20 April 2016

with 98.48% reporting

leaving aside party affiliation for a moment

Clinton: 1037344
Sanders:  752739
Trump:    518601
Kasich:    214765
Cruz:       123894
Carson:             0

19 April 2016

Dissertation defense!

Regan Rule

"O My Friend, There is No Friend: A Non-Ideal, Feminist Theory of Aristotelian Friendship and Eudaimonia"

Monday, April 25th

NYS Primary Day

get your voting on.

13 April 2016

SPEL courses for next semester

SPEL Colloquium
PHIL 570Q* SPEL Colloquium Karnein R 11:45 am--1:05 pm

SPEL seminars:
PHIL 508* Social and Political Theory Iser        W 1:40 pm--4:40 pm (1st Year Seminar)
PHIL 605A Work, Well-Being, Justice Knapp R 1:40 pm--4:40 pm TBA
PHIL 650G Adorno                                 Pensky T 1:40 pm--4:40 pm Continental and   Metaphysics & Epistemology
PHIL 650H The Imagination                 Zinkin     W 5:50 pm-8:50 pm Anglo, History,   Continental and Metaphysics & Epistemology

Undergraduate courses that SPEL students may wish to "sit in" on to pass proficiency requirements:
PHIL 201 Plato and Aristotle Tessman TR 10:05 am--11:30 am

11 April 2016

Dissertation defense


Gary Santillanes

Studies in Moral Relativism

Monday, April 18th

08 April 2016

Conference on ethical issues in international affairs

April 14th, 2016                 

Keynote Address
5:00 – 7:00: Andrew Altman (Distinguished University Professor, Georgia State University)

"International Law and the Targeted Killing of Terrorists"

April 15th, 2016: Workshop

8:30 – 9:40  Graham Parsons (Asst Prof, West Point)
"Families and Armies in Traditional Social Contract Theory"

9:50 – 11:00  Candice Delmas (Asst. Prof., Northeastern)
"The Ethics of Hacktivism"

11:10 – 12:20 Danielle Wenner (Asst. Prof., Carnegie Mellon)
"Boycotting Labor Injustice"

12:20 – 1:30  Lunch

1:30 – 2:40  Maxim Pensky (Professor, Binghamton)
"Two Cheers for the Impunity Norm"

2:50 – 4:00   Jeff Flynn (Assoc. Prof., Fordham)
"Human Dignity and the Genealogy of Human Rights"