Academic Philosophy Events in the Netherlands
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We are governed. Every day. All the time. Our food, our clothes, our transportation, our houses, our families, our jobs … There is scarcely any aspect of life that modern states do not regulate or influence in one way or another. State power is pervasive. Moreover, it is non-voluntary and expensive. The big question is: … Continue reading PhD defence “Morals for the Mighty: Political legitimacy as impact on sustainable development”Find out more »
The OZSW study group Philosophy of Economics together with Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE) organise a symposium on Constanze Binder’s recent book ‘Agency, Freedom and Choice’ (2019). The book examines the value freedom has for human agency and development, and the implications this has for welfare measurement and public policy. Program: 13:00 – 13:10 Introduction to ‘Agency, Freedom and Choice’ … Continue reading Book symposium: Constanze Binder’s ‘Agency, Freedom and Choice’Find out more »
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