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Human Rights, and the International Order Faculty Workshop

Session on Allen Buchanan's Justice, Legitimacy, and Self-DeterminationPresented by Allen Buchanan, Philosophy, University of ArizonaPre-registration required by December 20, 2001.

Wed., Feb. 27, 2002, 3:30pm
Location: Hall Center Conference Room
The Hall Center for the Humanities Visiting Interdisciplinary Scholars Program presents a series of Faculty Workshops co-sponsored by the Philosophy Department. The workshop will emphasize four contemporary thinkers, each one of whom will be present to discuss their work on justice in the international order with the workshop participants.

This workshop will focus on the emerging international order.

Allen Buchanan, currently Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona, recently became Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics, Business School, Wisconsin University. His work spans issues in philosophy, economics, and business. Buchanan is the author of Ethics, Efficiency and the Market and Marx and Justice, among others.

There are suggested readings for each session.
Pre-registration is required; the deadline is December 20. Contact the Hall Center for more information.

February 27, 2002
3:30 p.m.
Hall Center Conference Room

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