Workshop on Democracy: Practice and Theory

In connection with Gustaf Arrhenius’ appoint to honorary professor at the department, a there will be a workshop on democracy.

21.11.2014 | Ingrid Marie Fossum

Dato tor 11 dec
Tid 09:30 15:30
Sted Store Mødelokale (inaugural lecture in Aud. A I)

In connection with Gustaf Arrhenius’ appoint to honorary professor at the department, there will be a workshop on democracy. Gustaf Arrhenius is professor of practical philosophy at Stockholm University. 

Program

9.30-10.15 Jørgen Møller: "Regime Types and Democratic Sequencing"

10.15-11.00 Svend-Erik Skaaning: “Democratic Spells in Interwar Europe: The Borderline Cases Revisited”

11.00-11.45 Paper by Martin Marchman Andersen, Philosophy, KU: “On the possibility of principled moral reason to compromise and the value of procedural justice”

11.45-12.45 Lunch

12.45-13.45 Tore Vincent Olsen and Christian Rostbøll, Politics, KU: “Why withdrawal for the EU is undemocratic”

13.45-14.15 Break

14.15-15.00 Inaugural lecture by Gustaf Arrhenius: “Democracy for the 21th Century: Research Challenges”

15.00-  Informal reception

Everyone is welcome to attend. However, papers will not be presented (except for Arrhenius’ inaugural lecture), but circulated, in advance. Hence, if you want to attend, please, send an email after Dec 4 (subject: Democracy workshop Dec 11) to Anja Dalsgaard anja@ps.au.dk to obtain a copy of the papers.

For further info, please contact Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Lippert@ps.au.dk)

Workshop
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