Law & Philosophy Program

Legal Theory Workshop
Fall 2007 / Spring 2008

Spring 2008

January 17, 2008
Jennifer E. Rothman
Associate Professor of Law
Loyola Law  School
"Beyond Intimacy"

January 31, 2008
Moshe Halbertal
Professor, Hebrew University
Gruss Professor, New York University School of  Law
"Self-Transcendence, Violence and the Political Order"

February 14, 2008
Amy M. Adler
Professor of Law
New York University  School of Law
"Against Moral Rights (in Visual Arts)"

February 28, 2008
Judith J. Thomson
Professor of Philosophy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Some Reflections on Hart on Honore, CAUSATION IN THE LAW"

March 6, 2008
Jessica Litman
Professor of Law and Professor of Information
University of  Michigan
"Rethinking Copyright"

March 20, 2008
Stephen R. Perry
John J. O’Brien Professor of Law & Professor of Philosophy
Director, Institute for Law and Philosophy
University of  Pennsylvania
"Political Authority and Political Obligation"

April 10, 2008
Sarah Song
Assistant Professor of Law and Political Science
University of  California, Berkeley
"Three Models of Civic Solidarity"

April 17, 2008
Joshua Cohen
Professor of Political Science, Philosophy, and Law
Stanford  University
"Politics, Power, and Public Reason"

Fall 2007

October 4, 2007
Matthew Adler
Leon Meltzer Professor of Law
University of Pennsylvania Law School
4:15-6:00 pm Room 2326
"Well-Being, Inequality And Time: The Time-Slice Problem and Its Implications"

November 1, 2007
Gerald A. Cohen
Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory
All Souls College, University of Oxford
4:15pm-6:00pm The Library Tower Room
"A Truth in Conservatism"

November 15, 2007
Martin Stone
Professor of Law/Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University
Visiting Professor of Law, University of Southern California
"Positivism as Opposed to What: Law and Moral Concept of Right"