22-24/6/22 The Future of Work: Philosophical and Economic Perspectives

Date: June 22-24, 2022. Time: 9 am – 6 pm (CET, summer time) Location: Erasmus School of Philosophy, Mandeville Building T3-16 and online (registration below) The Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics is delighted to host a conference on ’The Future of Work: Philosophical and Economic Perspectives’, to be held in Rotterdam from June 22-24, 2022. Everyone who is interested is… Read More 22-24/6/22 The Future of Work: Philosophical and Economic Perspectives

4/4/22 Climate Justice: Theory and Practice

Co-convened by the “How much is enough?” project (PI: Constanze Binder) the “Inequality against Freedom” project (PI: Nicholas Vrousalis).  Erasmus Institute of Philosophy and Economics Erasmus School of Philosophy Erasmus University Rotterdam  4 April 2022 This day workshop will address theoretical and practical issues on climate justice at the intersection of philosophy, economics, and law,… Read More 4/4/22 Climate Justice: Theory and Practice

Bayreuth – Rotterdam Colloquium in Political Philosophy

The Bayreuth-Rotterdam Colloquium in Social and Political Philosophy (BaRoC) is a monthly colloquium organized jointly by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Bayreuth (Germany) and by the School of Philosophy of Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands). It is normally held on Tuesdays at 16:00 (CET) and takes place online. To participate, please email Claudia Ficht… Read More Bayreuth – Rotterdam Colloquium in Political Philosophy

5-12/7/2021: Three Workshops on Domination and Wrongful Interference

Convenors: Lucas Miotto Lopes (Maastricht) and Nicholas Vrousalis (Rotterdam) Location: Zoom Session 1: July 5th 2 – 3.15 pm (CEST) Ben Sachs (St Andrews): Hate Speech as Coercion 3.45 – 5 pm Katharina Bauer (Rotterdam): Personal Practical Necessity and Coercion (3:45pm-5pm) Session 2: July 6th 2 – 3.15 pm Michael Garnett (Birkbeck): Dispositions of Deference… Read More 5-12/7/2021: Three Workshops on Domination and Wrongful Interference

15/2/21: The Ethics and Politics of Public Ownership after Covid

Erasmus School of Philosophy & The Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE) Erasmus University Rottedam This workshop will discuss recent scholarship on the nature and justification of public ownership. It will be held online via Zoom on 15 February 2021. 15 February 11.00 – 12.30 (CET) Chair: Josette Daemen (Leiden) James Muldoon (Exeter) “Public Ownership… Read More 15/2/21: The Ethics and Politics of Public Ownership after Covid

25-26/2/2021: Workshop on Independence in Kant’s Political Philosophy

This workshop will explore recent Kant scholarship on poverty, the justification of property rights, civil and economic independence, and the nature of the liberal state. It will be held online via Zoom on 25 and 26 February 2021. 25 February Chair: Katharina Bauer (Rotterdam) 15.00 – 16.30 (CET) Pauline Kleingeld (Groningen) Independence and Kant’s Positive… Read More 25-26/2/2021: Workshop on Independence in Kant’s Political Philosophy

Bayreuth – Rotterdam Colloquium in Political Philosophy

The Bayreuth-Rotterdam Colloquium in Social and Political Philosophy (BaRoC) is a monthly colloquium organized jointly by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Bayreuth (Germany) and by the School of Philosophy of Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands). It is normally held on Tuesdays at 16:00 (CET) and takes place online. To participate, please email Claudia Ficht… Read More Bayreuth – Rotterdam Colloquium in Political Philosophy

18/5/2020: CANCELLED Workshop on Climate Justice

Part of the EIPE seminar series Location: Polak building 1-10 13.30 – 14.30 Matthew Adler (Duke) “Climate Justice and Prioritarianism” 14.40 – 15.40 Lucas Stanczyk (Harvard) “Climate Change and the Structure of Intergenerational Justice” Followed by EIPE seminar, given by Matthew Adler: 16.00 – 17.30 Matthew Adler “The Structure of Luck Prioritarianism” Discussant: Stefan Wintein… Read More 18/5/2020: CANCELLED Workshop on Climate Justice

28/2/2020: Workshop on Marx and Freedom

10.00 – 11.00 Bruno Leipold (LSE) ‘Chains and Invisible Threads: Liberty and Domination in Marx’s Account of Wage-Slavery’ 11.00 – 12.00 Mirjam Muller (King’s College London) ‘Power in Production: Norms, expectations and identification in capitalist wage labour relations’ Lunch 13.30 – 14.30 Gabriel Wollner (Bayreuth) ‘Socialist Action’ 14.30 – 15.30 A.J. Julius (UCLA) ‘Suppose we had… Read More 28/2/2020: Workshop on Marx and Freedom

14-15/2/2020: Winter School on Freedom and Economic Inequality

The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and Erasmus University Rotterdam invite all Research Master students to a two-day winter school, which will take place on 14-15 February 2020 at Erasmus University. Organizing university Erasmus University Rotterdam Date(s) 14-15 February 2020 Location February 14: G2-46, G Bulding 11.00-18.00 February 15: G3-21, G Building, 9.00-17.00 Type… Read More 14-15/2/2020: Winter School on Freedom and Economic Inequality