free and open to the public while space permits
Workshop on Law and Philosophy, Friday Dec 14 – Saturday Dec 15 Stanford University
Pre-read. Six papers. Six commentators. Free and open to all, space permitting. Registration is required to get the papers.
Format for each session: 10-20min comments, 5-10 min response, then Q+A. Commentators: aim for 5-10 min for recap of main argument, with then critical discussion.
Friday December 14
10:30-12: Christopher Lewis (Harvard, Society of Fellows)
with comments from Wendy Salkin (San Francisco State, Philosophy) Chair: Laura Gillespie (Stanford, Ethics in Society)
2-3:30: Christopher Essert (Toronto, Law)
with comments from Nico Cornell (Michigan, Law)
Chair: Sabine Tsuruda (Queens, Law)
4-5:30: Zoe Johnson-King (NYU, Philosophy)
with comments from David Plunkett (Dartmouth, Philosophy) Chair: Ray Briggs (Stanford, Philosophy)
Saturday December 15
10:30-12: S.M. Love (Georgia State, Philosophy)
with comments from Scott Hershovitz (Michigan, Law / Philosophy) Chair: Dave Gottlieb (Stanford, Philosophy)
2-3:30: James Edwards (Oxford, Law)
with comments from Anna Stilz (Princeton, Politics)
Chair: Adam Simon (Stanford, Philosophy)
4-5:30: Scott Shapiro (Yale, Law / Philosophy)
with comments from Manuel Vargas (UC San Diego, Philosophy) Chair: Alison McQueen (Stanford, Political Science)
Organized by David Plunkett
(Dartmouth Philosophy / Stanford Humanities Fellow 18-19)
Register for workshop here: https://goo.gl/forms/H6tWqXO9pGcvVzH02
Co-sponsored by Stanford Ethics in Society, Stanford Humanities Center, and Stanford Philosophy Department.