Center for Law and Philosophy

Fall 2010 Schedule of Presenters

September 9
Samuel Issacharoff, NYU School of Law
Political Corruption

September 16
Samuel Scheffler, NYU School of Law
The Afterlife

September 23
Arthur Ripstein, University of Toronto
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September 30
Japa Pallikkathayil, NYU
The Possibility of Choice: Three Accounts of the Problem with Coercion

October 7
Dieter Grimm, Humboldt University, Berlin
The Achievement of Constitutionalism and its Prospects in a Changed World

October 14
Ronald Dworkin, NYU
Human Rights and International Law

October 21
Niko Kolodny, U.C. Berkeley
Having a Say

October 28
Seana Shiffrin, UCLA
A Thinker-Based Approach to Freedom of Speech

November 4
Kit Fine, NYU
The Structure of Joint Intention

November 11
Charles Taylor, McGill University, Montreal
How to Define Secularism

November 18
Katrina Wyman, NYU School of Law
Sinking States

December 2
Frances Kamm, Harvard University
Reasons for Starting War: Goals, Conditions, and Proportionality

December 9
Noah Feldman, Harvard University
Between Cooperation and Competition: A Preliminary Essay in the Philosophy of International Law