Évènements GRIPP/MPTW : « Settling Moral Accounts »

Montreal Political Theory Workshop

« Settling Moral Accounts »

Friday December 5

Room 16, Faculty of Law, McGill, Old Chancellor Day Hall, 3644 Peel Street.

Panel I: 1000 – 1230 hrs.

Settling Moral Accounts: Ignorance, Forgiveness and Political Responsibility

Chair: Jacob T. Levy

Farid Abdel-Nour (Political Science, San Diego State University), «Citizen Responsibility in Democratic States» (attached below)

Gaëlle Fiasse (Philosophy and Religious Studies, McGill), «Should I Merely Excuse the Ignorant but Forgive the Wicked?»

Discussant: Christiane Wilke (Law, Carleton)

Lunch 1230 – 1400 hrs.

Panel II: 1400 – 1630 hrs.

Settling Moral Accounts: Tragic Narratives, Law and Judgment

Chair: René Provost

Christiane Wilke (Law, Carleton University), « Between Civilization and Humanity: Visions of Law and Community in the Nuremberg Trial of the Judges » (attached below)

Catherine Lu (Political Science, McGill), «Accounting for Political Catastrophe»

Discussant: René Provost, Law, McGill

This workshop is funded by GRIPP and co-hosted by the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism. Cet atelier est financié par le GRIPP et co-présenté par le Centre de droits de la personne et le pluralisme juridique de l’Université McGill

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