[SydPhil] FW: Workshop on the analytic-Continental divide in political theory

Paul Patton prp at unsw.edu.au
Mon Jul 16 14:08:50 AEST 2018

The Analytic-Continental Divide in Political Theory Workshop

School of Humanities and Languages

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

University of New South Wales

27-28 July 2018


Friday 27 July (Room MB209)

10 – 10.15 am

Welcome and opening remarks by the organisers (Clayton Chin, Paul Patton

and Lasse Thomassen)

10.15 – 12.15 am

Nicholas Smith, ‘Analytic and Continental Philosophies of Work’

Jean-Philippe Deranty, ‘Norms of work: external evaluation or internal


12.15 – 1 pm


1 – 3 pm

Paul Muldoon, ‘The Therapy of Reconciliation’ (Discussant: Paul Patton)

Miguel Vatter, ‘The Debate on Dignity: Normative and Genealogical

Perspectives’ (Discussant: Lasse Thomassen)

3 – 3.30 pm

Coffee/tea and refreshments

3.30 – 5.30 pm

Alex Lefebvre, ‘Liberalism as a Way of Life: On the Spiritual Exercises of John


Paul Patton, ‘Social Insurance and the Historicity of Rights’

Saturday 28 July (Room MB310)

10 am – 12 pm

Heikki Ikäheimo, ‘Critical Social Philosophy in the No-Man’s Land’

Hamza Bin Jehangir, ‘Beyond Text and Difference: First Order Inquiry and

Methodology of Comparative Political Theory’

12-12.45 pm


12.45 – 2.45 pm

Marguerite La Caze, ‘Violence and the Political: Analytic/Continental


Miriam Bankovsky, ‘Dissolving the Analytic-Continental Divide without Deflating

Differences: Deconstructive Justice and Constructionist Political Philosophy’ (Discussant: Thomas Besch)

2.45 – 3.30
Concluding discussion

More information here: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/atCNCYWL1viGj3Jjs0PSPT?domain=facebook.com

Those interested in participating should contact: Lasse Thomassen <l.thomassen at QMUL.AC.UK<mailto:l.thomassen at QMUL.AC.UK>>

The workshop is funded by a grant from the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust.


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