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2nd POLEMO Symposium

Academic & Research
Friday, September 20, 2019, 9:00 am – Saturday, September 21, 2019, 3:15 pm

20-21 September 2019
Keynote speaker: Sarah Fine (King's College London)
Organized by the Political, Legal, and Moral Philosophy Research Group (POLEMO)

Day 1 (20 September)

9.00–9.30 Arrival and Welcome
9.30–11.00 Keynote address: Knowing My Place
Sarah Fine
(King's College London)
11.00–11.30 Break
11.30–12.15 Immigration Ethics, Compatriot Partiality and Associative Duties
Elaine Lok-Lam Yim
(The University of Hong Kong)
12.15–13.00 The problem of Indeterminacy and Refugee Protection
Georgiana Turculet
(University of Copenhagen)
13.00–14.00 Lunch break
14.00–14.45 Socially Constructed Luck
Nicola Mulkeen
(University of Manchester)
14.45–15.30 Injustice, Excuse and Laundry
Rowan Mellor
(University College London)
15.30–16.00 Break
16.00–16.45 Should We Judge Public Officials Morally?
Viktor Ivanković
(Central European University)
16.45–17.30 Punching Down: A Matter of Morals, not Humour
Dr. Marius Baumann
(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich)

 Day 2 (21 September)

9.30–10.15 Acase for the asymmetric enforceability of surrogacy contracts
Maria-Jose Pietrini-Sanchez
The University of Sheffield
10.15–11.00 A Defense of the Narrow Conception of Deliberation
Toni Milevoj
Central European University
11.00­–11.30 Break
11.30–12.15 Should Infringers Pay Compensation?
Lisa Hecht
Stockholm University
12.15–13.00 Risk and Blameworthiness by Degree
Adriana Placani
University of Graz
13.00–14.00 Lunch break
14.00–14.45 A Civic Argument for Epistemic Constraints on Voting
Michele Giavazzi
University of Warwick
14.45–15.15 Autonomy and the value of democracy
Zsolt Kapelner
Central European University