Center for Law and Philosophy

Fall 2001 Schedule of Presenters

August 30
Liam Murphy and Thomas Nagel, NYU School of Law
The Myth of Ownership: Taxes and Justice (extracts)

September 6
Ronald Dworkin, NYU School of Law
Internal Realism Word

September 13
Ronald Dworkin, NYU School of Law

September 20
Mattias Kumm, NYU School of Law
The Jurisprudence of Constitutional Conflict: The Case of European Union and its Member States

September 27
Ronald Dworkin, NYU School of Law
Hart’s Postscript and the Character of Political Philosophy

October 4
John Gardner, Oxford
Obligations and Outcomes in the Law of Torts

October 11
Barbara Fried, Stanford
“If You Don't Like It, Leave It”: The Problem of Exit in Social Contractarian Arguments

October 18
Elizabeth Anderson, Michigan
Integration, Affirmative Action, and Strict Scrutiny

October 25
Jürgen Habermas, NYU
On the way to liberal eugenics? The dispute over the ethical self-understanding of the species

November 1
Jürgen Habermas, NYU
(same as the October 25 reading)

November 8
Edna Ullmann-Margalit, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Solidarity Goods
Trust Out of Distrust
Trust, Distrust, and In Between

November 15
Seana Shiffrin, UCLA
Egalitarianism, Choice-Sensitivity, and Accommodation
Negative Responsibility and Indirect Harm: Notes on a Problem in Constitutional Law

November 29
Gideon Rosen, Princeton
Responsibility and Moral Ignorance

December 6
John Ferejohn, NYU School of Law
Statutes, Plans, Intentions: A Planning Theory of Legislation