Colloquia 2013-2014

The Freedom Center Colloquium Series hosts weekly talks by Freedom Center faculty and graduate students, as well as other University of Arizona faculty and several outside scholars each semester. Colloquia are held from 12.30 to 1.45 on Thursdays in the Kendrick Room of the Freedom Center. A partial schedule for the Colloquium Series can be found below. Please keep an eye on this page as additional talks will be posted as the semester progresses. For information on talks from previous academic years, please click on one of the links on the left side of the screen.

Mats Lundström, Uppsala University (Government)
"Scepticism and Platonism - Hans Kelsen's Paradoxical Argument for Democracy"
Thomas Schramme, University of Hamburg (Philosophy)
Determining Oneself and Determining One's Self
Michael Moehler, Virginia Tech (Philosophy)
"The Rawls-Harsanyi Dispute: A Moral Point of View"
Connie Rosati, University of Arizona (Philosophy)
Professional Development Seminar: Getting Ready for the Job Market
S. M. Amadae, Ohio State University (Political Science)
Not So Fast 'Libertarian Paternalism': Arrow, Nash, and Sen on Minimal Liberalism and Collective Choice
Martina Fürst, University of Graz (Philosopy)
"Troubles with Phenomenal Intentionality"
John Thrasher, University of Arizona (Philosophy)
"Backing Into Self-Ownership"
Virgil Storr, Freedom Center Research Professor
Carol Rose, University of Arizona (Law)
"The Law Is Nine-tenths of Possession: An Adage Turned on Its Head"
Elijah Millgram, Freedom Center Research Professor
"On What Matters Sometimes"
Bill Glod (Institute for Humane Studies)
“Libertarian Paternalism Is Neither Libertarian Nor Paternalistic”
Dan D'Amico, Loyola University in New Orleans (Economics)
"Trying to Develop a Public Reason Approach to Criminal Punishment"
Connie Rosati, University of Arizona (Philosophy)
"Welfare and Rational Fit"
Fabian Wendt, University of Hamburg (Philosophy)
"A Problem for Philosophical Anarchism"
Elizabeth Brake, Arizona State University (Philosophy)
"Is Minimal Marriage Small Enough? The Limits of State Involvement in Relationships"