Seminar on international political and legal theory
This semester PluriCourts and the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights host a seminar on international political and legal theory for political philosophers, legal scholars and others working in this area.
The seminar is organized as two half-day sessions each semester where 2-3 papers will be presented and discussed. Papers will be circulated one week in advance and should be read by all participants.
Presentations Monday, May 8
Jakob Elster: Feasibility and the pragmatics of political philosophy
Silje Langvatn: The exemplar of public reason- Analyzing claims that courts use, or should use, public reason
Alain Zysset: Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law: Searching for a Common Normative Core
Previous Presentations (Monday, Feb. 13)
- Alejandra Mancilla: "Sovereignty, resource rights and legitimacy in the Antarctic Treaty System" - successful proposal for a project starting up soon.
- Andreas Føllesdal: "Signposts or walking sticks: concerns about the European Court of Human Rights' emerging consensus doctrine "
Silje Aambø Langvatn is the organizer of the seminar this semester. Send an email to her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be on the mailing list of this seminar or present your work.