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MANCEPT Workshop, Sept 9-11, 2019 Convenors: Andrei Poama (Leiden), Milena Tripkovic (Birmingham) Contemporary theories of punishment are standardly concerned with answering the question of what makes punishment just? This is to say that penal philosophers almost invariably focus on (and often disagree about) whether retribution, prevention, rehabilitation or, more radically, the abolition of penal practices match … Continue reading The Limits of Punishment: Recent Work on Penal LegitimacyFind out more »
Wednesday 11th September 3.15pm - 5pm in room Omega, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen. Rae Langton famously argues that pornographic speech illocutionarily subordinates and silences women. Making good this view hinges on identifying the context relevant for fixing such force. To do so, a parallel is typically drawn between pornographic recordings and multipurpose signs … Continue reading Ethics Social and Political Philosophy Colloquium, University of GroningenFind out more »
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