The Canadian Philosophical Association meets from the 27th to the 30th of May.
There is no specific theme for this year's meeting. The IVR accepts papers devoted to subjects in law and legal theory, moral and political theory. Individual members have expressed interest in the Criminal law (given the omnibus crime bill) and Freedom of Expression (given the upcoming Supreme Court decision re hate speech).
Submitted papers (and commentaries on them) are circulated (password protected) via the IVR Website (http://phil.uregina.ca/cs-ivr) and commentators briefly summarize their points to open discussions at the meeting.
Due by Friday, February 10, 2012: Commitment to send a principal paper or commentary. To help with organizing, please send to email@example.com a note indicating that you intend to present a principal paper or commentary. Brief Abstracts of principal papers should also be sent. A reminder will be sent in early February.
Friday, April 20 Monday, April 30:
Due by Friday, May 18: Commentaries.
Meeting on Saturday, May 26th
Please forward this call for papers to others who may be interested.
Canadian Section: IVR
Meeting Location: J.R. Coutts (engineering) building, room 208
8:30 -- 9:25 Jan Narveson, "The Rule of Law"
9:25 - 9:55 David Rondel, "How Pure Should Justice Be? Reflections on Cohen's Rondelescue"
9:55 - 10:20 Frank Jankunis, Chilean Miners, Speluncean Explorers, and Hart's Philosophy"
10:20 -- 10:30 Break
10:30 -- 11:05 Andrew Boterell, "Criminal Responsibility, the Practical Agency Condition, and Hierarchical Accounts of the Will." Marc Ramsay, "Criminal Responsibility, Practical Agency, & Hierarchical Accounts"
11:05 -- 11:30 Susan Dimock, "Intoxication And The Act / Control / Agency Requirement"
11:30 -- 12:00 Business Meeting
12:00 -- 1:00 Lunch
1:00 -- 1:25 Alex Wellington, "Conceptualizing Compliance in the Context of International Law"
1:25 -- 1:55 Alistair Macleod, "Human Rights, Equality of Opportunity, & Distributive Justice
1:55 -- 2:20 Roger Shiner, "Corporations and the Presumption of Innocence"
2:20 -- 2:45 Ann Levey, "Public Space, Civility and Democracy"
2:45 -- 3:00 Break
3:00 -- 3:30 Eldon Soifer, "Privacy and Autonomy"
3:30 -- 3: 55 Marc Ramsay, "Wrongful Pregnancy and the Off-Set Benefits Approach"
3:55 -- 4:15 Margaret Denike, "Judicially Imposed 'Universal Monogamy': On the Bountiful Polygamy Reference"
6:00 Dinner at Molly Blooms (also called Failte's) Irish Pub, 85 King Street North, Waterloo. Menu for our group: http://www.mollyblooms.ca/locations/failte-waterloo---The jug band that entertained us in Montreal will provide music.
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