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Robert B. Talisse is W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Political Science at Vanderbilt University. His academic work focuses on democracy. More specifically, Professor Talisse writes about how a democratic political order can assist and complicate our efforts to acquire knowledge, share ideas, understand what is of value, and address our disagreements. His research engages questions about public discourse, popular political ignorance, partisan polarization, and the ethics of citizenship.

Michael Hannon is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nottingham and a 2021-2022 Faculty Fellow at the Center for Ethics and P

The PPE conference is an annual event organized by the editors of  Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Papers presented at this conference are targeted for subsequent publication in the journal.  

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PPE 2019:  Climate Change

SIMON CANEY
Professor of Political Theory
University of Warwick
People, Planet and Public Policy: The Role of ‘Population’ in Addressing Climate Change

The PPE conference is an annual event organized by the editors of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Papers presented at this conference are targeted for subsequent publication in the journal Click to read articles in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.

 

PPE 2020: The Ethics of Migration

PAUL BOU-HABIB
Lecturer in Political Theory
University of Essex The Brain Drain as Exploitation

PPE conferences are annual events organized by the editors of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. Papers presented at this conference are targeted for subsequent publication in the journal.

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SAM SCHEFFLER
Professor of Philosophy, New York University
Procreation, Immigration and the Future of Humanity

Christie Hartley, Professor of Philosophy at Georgia State University, specializes in social and political philosophy, ethics, and feminist philosophy.  In her research on justice for persons with disabilities, she has argued that contractualism can be inclusive of persons with impairments.  In connection with this, Professor Harley has defended a view of justice as a kind of reciprocity in social cooperation.  With Lori Watson, she developed and defended a view of political liberalism as feminist liberalism.

Meeting time is 12:00 – 1:00pm, via Zoom. The meeting is open only to members of the Health Policy Working Group.

Micheal McKenna is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. His research focuses primarily on free will and moral responsibility, as well as the broadly related fields of ethics, metaphysics, action theory, and moral psychology. He is the author of Conversation and Responsibility and co-author of Free Will: A Contemporary Introduction with Derk Pereboom.

via Zoom

Serena Olsaretti is a political philosopher based at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

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