EPLab • Reading Group

Hélder Telo

Civic and Cosmopolitan Friendship

Hélder Telo will host a session on “Civic and Cosmopolitan Friendship” by Kerri Woods (Res Publica, 19(1), 2013, 81-94). The reading group of the Ethics and Political Philosophy Laboratory will take place both at Colégio Almada Negreiros and online, via Zoom. Anyone interested in participating can send an email to Filipe Faria: filipefaria@fcsh.unl.pt.

23.03 – João Constâncio (NOVA University Lisbon)
Paul Redding, "Hermeneutic or Metaphysical Hegelian: Kojeve's Dilemma", The Owl of Minerva, 22(2), 1991, pp. 175-189.

06.04 – Luís Miguel Simões (NOVA University Lisbon)
Philip Pettit, "Political realism meets civic republicanism", Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 20(3), 2017, pp. 331-347.

20.04 – Diogo Fernandes (University of Lisbon)
"Vagueness-Antisymmetry in the Small Improvement Argument" – Work in progress.

04.05 – Erich Rast (NOVA University Lisbon)
"Metalinguistic Value Disagreement". Studia Semiotyczne, 31(2), 2017, pp. 139–159.

18.05 – Devon Cass (NOVA University Lisbon)
"What is Democratic Equality?" – Work in progress.

01.06 – António Marques (NOVA University Lisbon)
Sarah Conly, "Against Autonomy", Chapter 2, 2012, Cambridge University Press.

15.06 – Gabriele De Angelis (NOVA University Lisbon)
"Revisiting the 'Right to Exclude': A defense of the duty to coordinate migration policies at the international level" – Work in progress.