Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory - Spring 2002

Spring Semester 2002


WORKSHOP ARCHIVES
These meetings were held in the JSP Seminar Room, 2240 Piedmont Avenue (see map) Thursdays from 1-4pm and are open to the campus community. * To request a copy of papers contact: curtinc@law.berkeley.edu.

JAN 24 INTRODUCTION  
JAN 31 Angela Harris
Professor of Law
School of Law (Boalt Hall)
Sustainablity and Socail Justice or, Political Economy for Crits
FEB 7

Thomas Nagel
Professor of Philosophy and Law
New York University

The Myth of Ownership
FEB 14 Seana Shiffrin
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Law--UCLA
Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy and Fellow of the Kadish Center
Speech, Death, and The Doctrine of Double Effect
FEB 21 Carol Clover
Professor of Rhetoric and Scandinavian Studies--University California, Berkeley
Theories of the Case
FEB 28 Thomas M. Scanlon, Jr.
Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Polity
Harvard University
Moral Assessment and the Agent's Point of View
MAR 7 Owen Fiss
Sterling Professor of Law
Yale Law School
A Freedom Both Personal and Political
MAR 14 Lawrence Lessig
Professor of Law
Yale Law School
The Future of Ideas
MAR 21 NO CLASS MEETING  
MAR 28 SPRING RECESS  
APR 4 R. Jay Wallace
Professor of Philosophy
University of California, Berkeley
The Rightness of Acts and the Goodness of Lives
APR 11 Susan Okin
Martha Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society
Stanford University
Women’s Human Rights in the Late Twentieth Century: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
APR 18 Michael Sandel
Professor of Government
Harvard University
What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets
APR 25 Don Herzog
Edson R. Sunderland Professor of Law
University of Michigan
Cunning: Preliminary Considerations
MAY 2

Thomas Grey
Sweitzer Professor of Law
Stanford University

The New Formalism

* These meetings will be held in the Dean's Seminar Room, 215B Boalt Hall, and are open to the campus community. The Workshop is also offered as a course for credit (Law 210.2). In addition to attending the Thursday sessions, students enrolled in the course will also meet with Professors Rakowski and Scheffler on Tuesdays from 2:20-4:10 p.m. in the JSP Seminar Room, 2240 Piedmont Ave. Graduate students in departments outside the Law School are eligible to enroll. Those wishing to do so should attend the first class meeting on January 15, 2008 in the JSP Seminar Room.

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