CFP: The Second Pavia Workshop on Freedom

Submission deadline: May 25, 2024

Conference date(s):
June 4, 2024 - June 5, 2024

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Conference Venue:

Department of Political and Social Sciences, Universita' degli Studi di Pavia
Pavia, Italy

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We are pleased to announce the Second Pavia Workshop on Freedom, to be held at the University of Pavia on 4-5 June. We will pre-circulate all ten papers (by 20th May) and take them as read in the sessions. Each presenter will have 5 minutes to present their work and each discussant will have 10 minutes to comment. The rest of the time, about 75 minutes, will be a Q/A session. The workshop will be in-person only.

The presenters will be:

1) Constanze Binder - TBA

2) Matteo Boccacci - Why Is Freedom Valuable?

3) John Christman - The Social Structure of Freedom

4) Annalisa Costella - Autonomy and Reliable Self-Attributability: How Pre-Commitment Limits Autonomy

5) Nicolas Cote - Formal Representation of Rights ad the Measure of Illiberalism

6) Michael Garnett - Inner Constraint 

7) Akira Inoue - Citizen-Type or Non-Citizen-Type? Against the Moderate Conception of Freedom as Non-Domination

8) Lars Moen - The Normative Significance of Freedom

9) Nicola Riva - TBA

10) Andreas Schmidt - TBA

A detailed program will be provided later.

Anyone wishing to attend the workshop is asked to register in advance. The deadline for registration is 25 May. To register, please, email Ilkin Huseynli: [email protected]  

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