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>> International law and ethics conference series - 8th Annual Meetings

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ETHIC
SCONFERENCE SERIES(ILECS)
8th Annual Meetings

KANT AND THE ETHICS OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS


Belgrade University, University
Room 108
June 30–July 2, 2004.


WEDNESDAY JUNE 30, 2004

Morning
9:00 Coffee

Chair: Jovan Babić

9: 15 – 10:30 – Ingeborg Maus (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität -Frankfurt), "Kant's reasons against the foundation of a global state or: popular sovereignty as a principle of international law".

10: 45-12:00 – Paul Guyer (University of Pennsylvania), "The Possibility of Perpetual  Peace." 

12:15-13:30 Luigi Caranti (Luiss University, Rome), "A Perpetual War for the Sake of Perpetual Peace? Reflections on the Realist Critique of Kant'sProject"

Lunch break

Wednesday afternoon
Chair: Svetozar Stojanović
16: 00 - 17:15– Audun Øfsti (University of Trondheim NTNU, Norway), "The universality of argument  and the particularity of (positive) legislation.Kantian reflections on  functional differentiation and (state) segmentation"

17: 30-18:45 – Pauline Kleingeld (Washington University in St. Louis), "Kant's Arguments for the League of States". 

THURSDAY, July 1, 2004

Morning

9:00 Coffee

Chair: Aleksandar Jokić
9:15 – 10:30 Sharon Anderson-Gold (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), "Cosmopolitan Right-Kant's Key to Perpetual Peace"

10: 45 –12:00  Peter Niesen (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), "Varieties of cosmopolitanism: International politics in Bentham and Kant"

12:15-13:30 Maxime Allard (Collège Dominicain de Philosophie et deThéologie-Ottawa), " Religion and Ethics of international affairs within thelimits of reason alone".

Lunch break

Thursday afternoon
Chair: Milorad Stupar

16: 00 – 17: 15 – Berndt Ludwig (Goettingen), “Condemned to Peace? What does Nature "guarantee" in Kant's treatise on the Eternal Peace"”.

17:30-18:45 - Mark Young, "Of Paradise and Power: A Critical Reaction to Kagan".

FRIDAY, July 2, 2004

Morning

9:00 Coffee

Chair: NENAD CEKIĆ
9:15-10:30 - Werner Wolbert (Universität Salzburg), "From Just War to Just Peace-Keeping"

10:45-12:00 - Vladimir Gligorov (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies),  "Early Cosmopolitanism: Kant and Bentham"?

12:15-13:30 - Pierre Fornell (Université Paris-I Panthéon-Sorbonne), "TheKantian universal principle of right and the possibilty of objectiveinternational norms"

 

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