Liam Shields – Just Enough: Sufficiency as a Demand of Justice
University of Louvain
2 December 2016
Twice a year, the Hoover Chair of Economic and Social Ethics organizes a workshop in Louvain-la-Neuve on a forthcoming book in the field of ethics or political theory. Several scholars are gathered to meet the author and discuss the various chapters of the book in progress.
A chance to discuss Liam Shields’ anticipated book built around his widely discussed recent publications on distributive justice, education, and autonomy.
Thanks to the support of the University of Manchester’s School of Social Sciences we offer three small conference grants (£150) to PhD students willing to attend the workshop but unable to travel on their own funds.
Please contact email@example.com if you want to attend the workshop and if you want to apply for one of these small conference grants.
Programme 10.00: Welcoming the participants 10.30: Introduction by Axel Gosseries and presentation of the book by Liam Shields 11.00: Politics and Distributive Justice - Pierre-Etienne Vandamme 11.15: Reply by the author 11.20: Collective discussion 11.30: What is Sufficientarianism? - Lasse Nielsen 11.45: Reply 11.50: Collective discussion 12.00: Coffee break 12.30: The Principle of Sufficient Autonomy - Chris Mills 12.45: Reply 12.50: Collective discussion 13.00: Lunch break 14.30: Sufficiency and Education - Danielle Zwarthoed 14.45: Reply 14.50: Collective discussion 15.00: A Good Enough Upbringing - Anca Gheaus and Tim Meijers 15.15: Reply 15.20: Collective discussion 15.30: Sufficiency and Global Justice – David Axelsen and Siba Harb 15.45: Reply 15.50: Collective discussion 16.00: General discussion 16.30: Concluding remarks - Axel Gosseries