Arizona Current Research Workshop for Loren Lomasky and Fernando Tesón

Justice at a Distance

On January 25th, the Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom will be hosting a workshop on Loren Lomasky and Fernando Tesón's book manuscript, Justice at a Distance. Loren is Cory Professor of Political Philosophy, Policy and Law at the University of Virginia, as well as the Director of the Political Philosophy, Policy and Law Program. Fernando is the Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar in the College of Law at Florida State University. Their new book, Justice at a Distance, focuses on issues of global justice.

The workshop will take place in the Social Sciences building, room 224, starting at 9:00am. Comments on the manuscript will be delivered in three 60-minute sessions by Allen Buchanan, Tom Christiano, and Carmen Pavel. For more information about the workshop participants, please follow the links below:

Speakers:
Loren Lomasky, University of Virginia
Fernando Tesón, Florida State University

Commentators:
Allen Buchanan, Duke University and Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Tom Christiano, University of Arizona and Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
Carmen Pavel, Arizona Center for the Philosophy of Freedom

When

9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jan. 25, 2014

Academic year

2013-2014

Semester

Spring
Commentators: Allen Buchanan, Tom Christiano, and Carmen Pavel