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Beginning in October 2017, Fabian Wendt will be a Research Associate at Chapman University. He has previously been a (fixed-term) Associate Professor at Bielefeld University, a (fixed-term) Assistant Professor at the University of Hamburg and a visiting scholar at the University of Arizona. He mainly works in political philosophy and has written on compromises, peace and modus vivendi, public justification and public reason liberalism, libertarianism and private property, political authority, legitimacy and realism, and republican vs. negative conceptions of freedom. He won the 2017 Sanders prize in political philosophy.
2017: The Sufficiency Proviso: A Case for Moderate Libertarianism. In J. Brennan, B. van der Vossen and D. Schmidtz (eds.): Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism. London: Routledge, pp. 169-183.
2016: Compromise, Peace and Public Justification. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
2016: On Realist Legitimacy. Social Philosophy and Policy 32: 227-245.
2016: Political Authority and the Minimal State. Social Theory and Practice 42: 97-122.
2016: The Moral Standing of Modus Vivendi Arrangements. Public Affairs Quarterly 30: 351-370.