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Seminar Series - Semester 2 2006-2007

Seminar Series - Semester 2 2006-2007

Emilios Christodoulidis (Glasgow), ‘Political Trials: Problems of Definition and Justification.’ Wed 7th February, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

Ephraim Nimni (QUB), ‘Constitutional or Agonistic Patriotism? The Dilemmas of Liberal Nation States.’ Wed 21st February, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

Andrew Baker (QUB), ‘Deliberation and Participation in Global Financial Governance.’ Wed 7th March, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

John Horton (Keele), ‘Reasonable Disagreement.’  Wed 14th March, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

Keith Breen (QUB), ‘Work and Emancipatory Practice.‘ Wed 25th April, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

Graeme Watson (QUB), ‘Trivial Pursuits?: the Politics of Well-Being from a Radical Humanist Perspective.’ Wed 16th May, 4.30 pm, Room 19.103, School of Politics, International Studies & Philosophy.

For more information, contact Keith Breen (k.breen@qub.ac.uk)