Le Research Group on Global Justice reçoit Samuel Arnold (Texas Christian University) et Pablo Gilabert (Concordia University) pour une discussion consacrée au socialisme et au capitalisme.
Friday, October 26th • 1:00-3:00 PM Arts Building, Room 160 • McGill University
Samuel Arnold (Ph.D. Politics, Princeton University) is an Associate Professor in the department of Political Science at Texas Christian University. His research interests include liberal egalitarian theories of justice, especially the work of John Rawls; the division of labor and work; consumerism and voluntary simplicity; and socialism and alternatives to capitalism. His work has appeared in a variety of outlets including Journal of Political Philosophy, European Journal of Philosophy, Journal of Political Power, and Critical Review.
Pablo Gilabert (Ph.D. Philosophy, New School for Social Research), originally from Argentina, is an associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Concordia University in Montreal, QC. His areas of specialization are ethics and social and political philosophy. His research and teaching interests also include topics in global justice, distributive justice, democratic theory, contractualist theories in normative ethics, the Frankfurt School tradition of critical theory, Kant’s practical philosophy, Marxism and socialism, and the history of moral and political philosophy.