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(Workshop) The Structure of Society: Freedom, Responsibility and Rights in Collective Contexts

8 March - 9 March

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The University of Groningen hosts a manuscript workshop on The Structure of Society: Freedom, Responsibility and Rights in Collective Contexts by Frank Hindriks. This event takes place in Groningen, the Netherlands, on March 8-9, 2018. During this workshop, a number of internationally acclaimed scholars will comment on the penultimate version of the book. PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, and recent assistant professors are hereby invited to apply (< 3 years after receiving a PhD). A limited number of people will be…
The University of Groningen hosts a manuscript workshop on The Structure of
Society: Freedom, Responsibility and Rights in Collective Contexts by Frank
Hindriks. This event takes place in Groningen, the Netherlands, on March
8-9, 2018. During this workshop, a number of internationally acclaimed
scholars will comment on the penultimate version of the book. PhD students,
postdoctoral researchers, and recent assistant professors are hereby
invited to apply (< 3 years after receiving a PhD). A limited number of
people will be accepted to attend the workshop and actively participate in
the discussions. Accommodation and sustenance costs will be covered.

Please send your CV and a brief letter of motivation to Frank Hindriks at
f.a.hindriks at rug.nl before February 1, 2018.

Participants by invitation: Gunnar Björnsson, Olle Blomberg, Stephanie
Collins, Francesco Guala, Kendy Hess, Arto Laitinen, Abraham Roth, David
Schweikard, Kai Spiekermann, Christine Straehle, Tobias Hansson Wahlberg,
and Bill Wringe.
The University of Groningen hosts a manuscript workshop on The Structure of
Society: Freedom, Responsibility and Rights in Collective Contexts by Frank
Hindriks. This event takes place in Groningen, the Netherlands, on March
8-9, 2018. During this workshop, a number of internationally acclaimed
scholars will comment on the penultimate version of the book. PhD students,
postdoctoral researchers, and recent assistant professors are hereby
invited to apply (< 3 years after receiving a PhD). A limited number of
people will be accepted to attend the workshop and actively participate in
the discussions. Accommodation and sustenance costs will be covered.

Please send your CV and a brief letter of motivation to Frank Hindriks at
f.a.hindriks at rug.nl before February 1, 2018.

Participants by invitation: Gunnar Björnsson, Olle Blomberg, Stephanie
Collins, Francesco Guala, Kendy Hess, Arto Laitinen, Abraham Roth, David
Schweikard, Kai Spiekermann, Christine Straehle, Tobias Hansson Wahlberg,
and Bill Wringe.

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