Reading group – 12th session De 2021-03-12 a 2021-03-12
Zoom, 16h (GMT time)
Nicholas Vrousalis (speaker): Nicholas Vrousalis is an Associate Professor in Practical Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Before coming to Rotterdam, he also taught political philosophy at Cambridge, Leiden, and KU Leuven. His research interests revolve around distributive ethics, democratic theory, the history of political thought (especially Kant, Hegel and Marx).
Daniele Santoro (discussant): Daniele is a researcher at the Centre for Ethics, Politics, and Society, where he is also in charge of Political Philosophy Research Area and the Center Seminar Series. HE previously held appointments at Luiss University (where he also taught courses in political philosophy, history of political thought, philosophy of social sciences, and bioethics) and at the National Research Council of Italy. HE earned a PhD in Philosophy of Law from the University of Padua, and held research fellowships at the Institute for Advanced Study of Aix-Marseille University, and the Hoover Chaire of UCL Louvain. His current interests are in constitutional rights, the justification of dissent, and the epistemic aspects of rights.