Workshop in Law, Philosophy, and Political Theory - Spring 2006

Spring Semester 2006


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. 19 Meir Dan-Cohen
Milo Reese Robbins Chair in Legal Ethics - Boalt Hall
University of California, Berkeley
REVISING THE PAST: ON THE METAPHYSICS OF REPENTANCE, FORGIVENESS, AND PARDON
Jan. 26 Charles Beitz
Professor of Politics
Princeton University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor
Doubts About Democracy Please note that this paper is not available online. Send requests for hard copies to: curtinc@law.berkeley.edu
510-642-1769
Feb. 2 Lawrence Sager
Alice Jane Drysdale Sheffield Regents Chair
University of Texas School of Law
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor

Ten Commandments, Three Plastic Reindeer, and One Nation...Indivisible

from Religious Liberty and the Constitution

Feb. 9 Kent Greenawalt
University Professor
Columbia University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor

RELIGION AND THE EXEMPTION STRATEGY

Feb. 16 Tommie Shelby
John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Social Sciences
and of African and African American Studies
Harvard University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor
JUSTICE, DEVIANCE, AND THE DARK GHETTO
Feb. 23 Rae Langton
Professor of Philosophy
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor
SPEAKER'S FREEDOM AND MAKER'S KNOWLEDGE
March 2 Hans Sluga
Professor of Philosophy
University of California, Berkeley
THE CARE OF THE COMMON
March 9 Wendy Brown
Professor of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
SOVEREIGNTY AND THE RETURN OF THE REPRESSED
March 16 Ian Shapiro
Sterling Professor of Political Science and Henry R. Luce Director, Yale Center for International and Area Studies
Yale University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor

THE POLITICAL USES OF PUBLIC OPINION: LESSONS FROM THE ESTATE TAX REPEAL
March 23 Philip Pettit
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics
Princeton University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor
RESPONSIBILITY INCORPORATED

March 30

SPRING BREAK
 
April 6

Julie Tannenbaum
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
California State University, Northridge
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor

THE "SHOULD" OF FULL PRACTICAL REASON

April 13

NO CLASS
April 20 Ruth Chang
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Rutgers University
Judge William H. Orrick, Jr.
Visiting Professor
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL REASONS

* 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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