Major Trends in Italian Political Philosophy 1

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1 21 June Sapienza University of Rome Philosophy Department Via Carlo Fea 2 8:30 9:00 Venue: TBC Welcome & Registration Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC 9:00 10:30 Legitimacy in Mediterranean Dictatorships and Their Aftermath Major Trends in Italian Political Philosophy 1 Legitimacy: Applied Issues Chair: G. Priorelli Chair: S. Petrucciani Chair: M. Bocchiola N. Sesma, Giving each group the legitimacy they need. The Logic of Francoist Dictatorship ( ) F.Musil, Democratization from below : The civil Society of the metropolitan area of Barcelona in their struggle for democratic rights in the last decade of the Franco regime C. Domper, TBC M. Calloni, Critical theory facing new inter-sectional inequalities M. Bovero V. Pazé, Between words and things. The empiricalanalytical approach in Turin political philosophy G. Parotto, Symbols and images in Italian political philosophy F. Zuolo, Liberal legitimacy and the challenge of animal politics M. Loi, The place of algorithms in a theory of social justice M. Di Paola, Legitimacy and the governance of accelerated changes: business, technology, and the environment 10:30-11:00 Venue: TBC Coffee Break Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8 Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Theorising the Political Major Trends in Italian Political Realistically Philosophy 2 The Puzzle Called Europe Chair: J. Horton Chair: S. Maffettone Chair: M. Croce E. Pulcini, Why do we have to take M. Westphal, Realism and the care of future generations? Social 11:00-12:30 T. Andina, About the strange entity embeddedness of the Political philosophy and the motivation called Europe G. Favara I. Cozzaglio, A problem M. Ferraris, The Belgian Empire realist account of political progress P. Cesaroni, Subjectivity, power A. Condello, The role of ECHR V. Sanchini R. Sala, Reasongiving, deliberation and bioethics: and beyond Foucault and truth. Political philosophy with exemplary jurisprudential decisions in the process of European towards the definition of a realistic A. Besussi E. Ceva, The integration approach contribution of analytical political philosophy in Italy 12:30-14:00 Venue: TBC Lunch 14:00-16:00 Session 9 Session 10 Session 11 Session 12

2 Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: Illegitimate Sexualities in Time of Homonormativity and Homonationalism Pluralism Legitimacy, Global Governance & Stability Ethics of Migration meet the Politics of Migration to advice Policy-Making (G. Turculet T. Torresi) Chair: V. Venditti Chair: A. Singh Chair: V. Gentile Chair: V. Ottonelli F. R. Ammaturo, Thinking meridian sexualities : towards a radical cartography of illegitimate bodies in the Mediterranean U. Grassi, Homosexuality and Islam: a historiographical debate M. Prearo, Notes on the social construction of LGBT migrants: an ethnographic perspective E. M. Brynjarsdóttir, How were we supposed to know? ignoring as a method for silencing I. Salvatore, Cultural and liberal plural-ism: A comparison V. Kaul, Cultural pluralism and the problem of emancipation A. Ferrara, Pluralism and Plato s cave S. Rudas, Tolerating internal restrictions without libertarianism C. Cordelli, The moral dilemma of privatized governance A. Taylor, Stability and liberal justice: the argument from the mutability of social positions J. Rose, The ideal of the stationary state: two alternatives P. Maffettone L. Ulas, Legitimacy as a practical concept G. Turculet, Justice over Fairness in Protection T. Torresi, The perils of "relevance": Normative migration theory and policymaking K. Angell R. Huseby, Secession and Political Capacity S. Govindarajan, Epistemic Injustice in EU Asylum Systems 16:00-16:30 Venue: TBC Coffee Break 16:30-18:00 Session 13 Session 14 Session 15 Session 16 The Priority of Legitimacy over Justice Kinds of Democracy, Kinds of Truths, Kinds of Politics Carl Schmitt and the challenge of legitimacy Future Generations Between Exploitation and Legitimacy Chair: M. Westphal Chair: E.S. Storace Chair: V. Gentile Chair: G. Pellegrino E. Rossi, Legitimacy and authority C. Burelli, Political realism unveiled: the functional normativity of legitimacy A. Landau, The distinctive normativity of political realism P. Bellini, Direct democracy and representative democracy P. Dufek, Separation of powers in democratic theory: what to make of the rise of populism and unelected actors M. Sleat, Post-truth politics A. Salvatore, Schmitt on legitimacy G. Vezzani, Facing radicalism and terrorism: A Rawlsian and a Schmittian account of public reason R. Cavallo, Carl Schmitt s legacy in the constitutional European debate F. Gillerke, The democratic legitimacy of representing future generations N. Mulkeen, Exploitation & time: a theory of inter-generational exploitation B. Berkey, The nonworseness principle and the wrong of exploitation. Why multinational corporations have positive duties to the global poor P. McQueen, A defence of voluntary sterilisation

3 Venue: TBC Plenary Session Keynote Lecture 1 Davina Cooper Venue: TBC Wine Reception Sponsored by Springer

4 22 June LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome Political Science Department Viale Romania, 32 8:30 9:00 Venue: TBC Welcome & Registration Session 17 Session 18 Session 19 Session 20 Venue : TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Legitimacy in the Arab World Disagreement, Toleration, Epistemic Democracy The Legitimacy of Civil Recognition Disobedience Chair: F. Corrao Chair: A. Besussi Chair: E. Biale Chair: V. Bufacchi R. Sala V. Sanchini, Vaccination A. Lever D. Gerber, The and conscientious objection. Why epistemic turn in democratic M. Bocchiola E. Ceva, Is 9:00 10:30 Abbadi, TBC toleration is not an option theory: the scene of a struggle whistleblowing a Duty? Z. Eyadat, Legitimacy in the Arab E. Galeotti F. Liveriero, How to between two rival conceptions of E. Boot, Obligatory whistleblowing: world after the Arab Spring: a new deal with disagreement: agentrelative reasons in favor of toleration I. Cerovac, Epistemic democracy the political civil servants and the complicitybased obligation to disclose approach O. Pizzingrilli, The concept of D. Poprdan, Everyday civility an and the informal political public government wrongdoing legitimacy in the Arab world alternative to traditional toleration sphere J. Seglow, Civil disobedience as selfrespect between tradition and innovation for managing relationships between M. Usami, Epistemic democracy: diverse liberal democratic citizens an examination of judgment democracy 10:30-11:00 Venue: TBC Coffee Break Session 21 Session 22 Session 23 Session 24 11:00-12:30 Venue: TBC Venue: TBC Venue: TBC What Makes Democracy The Theory and Practice of Legitimate: Democratic Panel SIFP 1: Basic Liberties Religious Toleration and Legitimacy, Equality and Neutrality Respect Chair: E. Baccarini Chair: P. Billingham Chair: F. Liveriero N. Cowen, The moral powers, the circumstances of justice and basic economic liberty R. Jubb, Which republicanism, whose liberty C. Mills, Economic legitimacy and the value of choice N. Perez, Y. Youbanr, Rethinking political toleration: moving beyond the narrow/wide dichotomy A. Zellentin, Is there room for spirituality in schools committed to the idea of liberal neutrality? S. Mocchi, Muslims in Lombardy and a disrespectful law on Mosques N. Kolodny, Relational equality and state legitimacy E. Ceva V. Ottonelli, Secondpersonal authority and the sources of democratic legitimacy C. Destri, Citizens input and democratic legitimacy 12:30-14:00 Venue: TBC Lunch 14:00-16:00 Session 25 Session 26 Session 27 Session 28

5 Panel SIFP 2: Rawls and his critics: reconsidering public reason and the principle of liberal legitimacy The Philosophy of Children between Legitimacy and Justice Human Rights Fact-insensitive justice, gender, activism Chair: S. Maffettone Chair: M. Bocchiola Chair: G. Pellegrino Chair: M. Croce P. Weithman, The Self-defeat objection to liberal legitimacy J. Vanderveen, Political legitimacy and action-guidance: promoting values E. Baccarini, Public reason and the correctness View B. Giovanola R. Sala, The reasonableness of unreasonable communities challenging Rawls s political liberalism P. Cook, Children, relational equality and vulnerability G. Calder, Equality for children: life chances and opportunity pluralism L. Shields, Parental licensing: a qualified defence J. Hinze, Does epistemic proceduralism justify the disenfranchisement of children? V. Bufacchi, Humean rights L. Valentini, The myth of moral claim rights K. Woods, Human rights, truthfulness and refugees stories M. Foster, Challenging political nationalism: liberal theory and the implications of the United Nations guiding principles on business and human rights F. Pasquali, A fact-insensitive account of justice as fairness. Challenging Cohen on his own grounds O. Crusmac, Untangling the ideal - nonideal debate. Feminist political theory and nonideal theory as its methodology S. O Doherty, The duty of assistance and the responsibilities of the innocent Do individuals have a moral duty of activism? V. Tripodi, The role of the body in politics, epistemic injustice, and prejudice 16:00 16:30 Venue: TBC Coffee break Session 29 Session 30 Session 31 Session 32 16:30-18:00 Panel SIFP 3: Public Reason C. Bellolio, Science as public reason: the quinean assumption Gabriele Badano, Winds of change: public reason, the containment of unreasonable views, and the role of parties G. Cogliandro, Public reason, vagueness and perfectionism The Scope of Freedom of Religion The Boundaries of Sovereignty: Territorial Jurisdiction and Political Isolation Chair: V. Gentile Chair: A. Bardon Chair: F. Chiesa E. Roumeas, Religious diversity in the workplace: the case for alternative dispute resolution- P. Billingham, The scope of religious group autonomy: varieties of judicial examination of church employment decisions S. Thompson, The accommodation of religion in public spaces C. Pommel, Mutual trust and autonomy the case of Scotland P. Gümplova, Popular sovereignty over natural resources L. Lo Coco, Secession, Territorial Jurisdiction, and International Order

6 Venue: TBC Plenary Session 18:00-19:30 Keynote Lecture 2 Allen Buchanan 19:30 Venue: TBC Social dinner

7 23 June LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome Viale Romania 32 Session 33 Session 34 Session 35 Session 36 8:30 10:00 Rethinking Secularism and Religious Establishment Panel SIFP 4: Legitimacy and Forms of Respect Democratic Legitimacy and the Ethics of Voting Legitimacy in Mediterranean Dictatorships and Their Aftermath Chair: V. Gentile Chair: R. Sala Chair: A. Singh Chair: G. Orsina M. Bassiouni, Secularism as political myth S. Laegaard, Liberal nationalism and the problem of religion D. Melidoro, Does liberal theory needs established religion? Some considerations on the religious aspects of liberal theory F. Chiesa, Self-Respect as an object of justice H. Kim, Equality, self-respect, and social recognition: on the ethics of public commemoration R. Mordacci -- B. Giovanola, Unequal Respect A. Lever, Democratic legitimacy, elections and the ethics of voting A. Volacu, Democratic legitimacy and compulsory voting V. Ottonelli, Democratic voting and political Prudence G. Priorelli, TBC G. Marin, Social policies in dictatorship contexts: an effective legitimation mechanism (Italy and Spain, ) F. Tusa, TBC 10:00-10:30 Venue: TBC Coffee Break Session 37 Session 38 Session 39 Session 40 Republicanism & Domination The Case for Religious (and Experts and Democratic Hate Speech, Toleration and the Non-religious) Exemption Legitimacy It s all a joke Logic Chair: G. Pellegrino Chair: Z. Eyadat Chair: E. Baccarini Chair: S. Maffettone E. Biale - G. Bistagnino, Citizens, L. Cicerchia, Structural A. Besussi, Toleration, A. Bardon, Fully justified rules and parties, and experts: a complicated domination as constraints on selfdetermination expression disagreement and freedom of 10:30-12:30 the no-exemption argument relationship R. Pierik, Accommodation through M. Ebeling, The challenge of L. Mazzone, A plural C. Fumagalli, The truth of hate exemptions: A case study of expertise to political legitimacy and phenomenology of domination speech childhood vaccination waivers the merchants of trust A. Bryan, Class as a form of N. Riva, Hate speech bans and the N. Martin, Exemption proliferation M. P. Ferretti, Experts, post-truth structural domination harm principle M. Galassini, Is there a moral duty politics and alethic obligation K. Eliasz, On the relationship Lalita, Tolerating hate speech: to obey the law? Defending the case D. Pala, Experts, good citizens, between participation and nondomination space demands of maintaining a discursive for religious exemptions democratic public debates and global warming 12:30-14:00 Venue: TBC Plenary Session Keynote Lecture 3 Fabienne Peter END OF CONFERENCE

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