Anja Karnein on “What’s Wrong With Climate Change”
The next session of the Democracy and Intergenerational Justice Reading Group will be hosted by Anja Karnein [Binghamton University (SUNY)] who will be presenting a work in progress entitled: “What’s Wrong With Climate Change”. This presentation will be based on the following paper that will be circulated in advance: Anja Karnein (2022), What’s wrong with the presentist bias? On the threat of intergenerational domination, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, DOI: 10.1080/13698230.2022.2062215.
The Democracy and Intergenerational Justice Reading Group will meet every month as part of the EPLAB research project “Present Democracy for Future Generations” (PTDC/FER-FIL/6088/2020) to discuss a published paper, or work in progress related to the project’s theme.
For anyone wishing to attend in person, the group will be at room SE1. Bring your own laptop/mobile phone and audioset for Zoom connection and perfect hearing! To join the session on Zoom, click here.
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The Democracy and Intergenerational Justice Reading Group is co-organised by Devon Cass, Inês Cisneiros, José Pereira and Zachariah Tailor.
Axel Gosseries (2016), Institutions for Future Generations (Chap. 6). Oxford University Press.
17 may – Inês Cisneiros
"Moving Beyond Theories of Intergenerational Justice"
Michael K. MacKenzie (2021), Future Publics. Oxford University Press.
21 jun – José Gusmão
"Intergenerational Fair Play" (work in progress)