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5th Social Justice Theory Workshop 

5th Social Justice Theory Workshop 

[Montreal time]

It is a closed event.

June 10th

9h45 – Welcome

10h00-11h15 Anca Gheaus (Central European University): “Feminism without Gender Identity.”
Commentator: Amandine Catala (Université du Quebec à Montréal).

11h30-12h45 Lisa Herzog (University of Groningen): “The epistemic-trust argument for social justice.”
Commentator: Natalie Stoljar (McGill University).

13h30-14h45 Pablo Gilabert (Concordia): “Equality and Dignity.”
Commentator: Adam Hosein (Northeastern University).

June 11th

9h45 Welcome

10h00-11h15 Miriam Ronzoni (University of Manchester): “Constructivist Justice as a Problem Solving Concept.”
Commentator: Julie Rose (Dartmouth College)

11h30-12h45 Martin O’Neill (University of York) and Markus Furendal (University of Stockholm): « Justice and Collective Capital Institutions: Revisiting Rudolf Meidner, and the Case for Wage-Earner Funds.”
Commentator: Louis-Philippe Hodgson (York University).

13h30-14h45 Peter Dietsch (Université de Montréal); “Endogenous comparative advantage and its implications for the incentives argument.”
Commentator: Joseph Heath (University of Toronto).

Organizers: Peter Dietsch and Pablo Gilabert, for the Social Justice Centre and Centre de Recherche en Ethique.