quinta-feira, 8 de março de 2012

Egalitarianism Workshop 2012 - Final Call for Registration (Egalitarianisms: Current Debates on Equality and Priority in Health, Wealth, and Welfare)


March 30-31, 2012
McGill University, Montreal


Workshop Webpage: www.mcgill.ca/aggregation/workshop/egalitarianism

Speakers
Ralf Bader (NYU) "Egalitarianism, Prioritarianism and Impersonal Good"
Nir Eyal (Harvard) "Against Fair Chances"
Iwao Hirose (McGill) "Egalitarianism and Time"
Nils Holtug (Copenhagen) "Welfare Luck Egalitarianism and Expensive Tastes"
Adina Preda (Universite de Montreal) "Equality in What? or When?"
Shlomi Segall (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) "Rescuing Justice from Rescue"
Kristin Voigt (McGill) "Why Should Luck Egalitarians be Interested in Social
Inequalities in Health?"
Bekka Williams (Wisconsin, Madison) "Capabilities and Limited Transitivity"

Workshop Description
Egalitarian theories of distributive justice have recently encountered
fundamental challenges. Is egalitarianism susceptible to the leveling down
objection? Is it less plausible than prioritarianism? Does it support
reducing the inequalities resulting from brute luck, but not option luck?
Does it aim to equalize the distribution of welfare at each time or over a
lifetime? What does egalitarianism make of the strong correlation between
inequalities in health and inequalities in socio-economic conditions? In
this two-day workshop, we will discuss current theoretical issues and seek
common and unified grounds for future research into egalitarian theories of
distributive justice.

Attendance is free but registration is required as space is limited. Please
register through the registration webpage
(www.mcgill.ca/aggregation/registration).

This workshop is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

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