2012 Political Thought Conference

January 5, 2012 - January 7, 2012
Oxford University

St Catherine's College
United Kingdom


Ian Carter
Universita' degli Studi di Pavia
Clare Chambers
Cambridge University
Katrin Flikschuh
London School of Economics
Elizabeth Frazer
Oxford University
Iain Hampshire-Monk
University of Exeter
Axel Honneth
Frankfurt University
Kimberly Hutchings
London School of Economics
Gabriella Slomp
University of St. Andrews
Jeremy Waldron
Oxford University

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Thursday 5th January (PM)

4.00-4.30       Tea/coffee

4.30-6.00       Dr. Katrin Flikschuh (LSE)
'Kant contra Cosmopolitanism'

6.00-7.00       Reception: tba
7.00-8.30       Dinner

8.30-10.00      Prof. Jeremy Waldron (University of Oxford)
'Locke's Foreign Policy'

Friday 6th January (AM)

8.00-9.00       Breakfast

9.15-10.45      Prof. Ian Carter (University of Pavia)
'Value-neutrality and Value-freeness'

10.45-11.15     Tea/coffee

11.15-12.45     Dr. Gabriella Slomp (University of St Andrews)
'Thomas Hobbes on political friendship'

1.00-2.00       Lunch
2.00-3.30       Free Time
3.30-4.00       Tea/coffee
4.00-4.30       Conference Report and AGM of Association for Political Thought

4.30-6.00       Prof. Axel Honneth (Frankfurt University)
"On Markets and Morals: Alternative Analyses of Capitalism"

6.00-7.00       Reception courtesy of Cambridge University Press
7.00-8.30       Dinner

8.30-10.00      Prof. Iain Hampshire-Monk (university of Exeter)
'The Conceptual History of Citizenship'

Saturday 7th January (AM)

8.00-9.00       Breakfast

9.00-10.30      Dr. Clare Chambers (University of Cambridge)
'Marriage and the State'

10.30-11.00     Tea/coffee

11.00-12.30     Prof. Elizabeth Frazer (University of Oxford) and Prof. Kimberly Hutchings (LSE)
'Feminism and Pacifism Revisited'

Academic Conveners:

Prof. David Miller, University of Oxford
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Dr. Maria Dimova-Cookson, Durham University
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Conference Organiser:

Prof. Iain Hampsher-Monk, University of Exeter
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December 16, 2011, 9:00am BST

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