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Human Rights, and the International Order Faculty Workshop

Session on international economic justice, using articles by Brian BarryPresented by Brian Barry, A.A. Salzman Professor of Political Science and of Philosophy, Columbia UniversityPre-registration required by December 20, 2001

Wed., Mar. 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 of whom will be present to discuss their work on justice in the international order with the workshop participants.

This workshop is devoted to the theory of international economic justice.

Brian Barry is currently the A. A. Saltzman Professor of Political Science and of Philosophy at Columbia; he was recently Professor of Politics at the London School of Economics. As reflected in his appointments, his interests and writings also cross disciplines. Barry is the author of a number of well-known books on political justice, including Democracy, Power and Justice: Essays in Political Theory (1989); Theories of Justice (vol. 1, 1989); and Justice as Impartiality (1995). He has also written a number of recent articles on international economic justice. The work on which we will focus is his series on Theories of Justice, vol. 1 and a new manuscript on social justice.

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

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

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