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Redistribution and Recognition: Calling Paradigms of Justice into Question

Italian-French journée d’étude 

Colloquium of Philosophy and Global Affairs

funded by French Embassy in Italy – Institut Français en Italie

Department of Political and Social Sciences – University of Catania, May 5, 2017

h 9,00 – 18,00

 

9.00

Welcome by Valérie Le Galcher Baron  Institut Français Italia


Questioning Honneth’s Theory of Recognition


9,10

Belén Pueyo-Ibáñez – Emory University, Atlanta

Reclusion, Exclusion, and Inclusion. Two Complements to Axel Honneth’s Theory of Recognition


9,50

Guido Frilli – Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Napoli

Social Freedom, Institutions, and the State. A Hegelian Critique of Honneth’s Das Recht der Freiheit


10,30

Pascale Dufour – University of Luxembourg

Rethinking the Notion of Contract on the Basis of Honneth’s Recognition Theory


11,10 – 11,20

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What’s Wrong with Distributive Approaches?


11,20

Pascal Rey – Insuco Fundation for Social Researches in Africa/ADESS, CNRS

What Universality for Justice as Equity? 

Coastal Guinea, an Example of an Unequal Justice Model Producing Sustainability


11,40

Luigi Caranti – University of Catania

What’s Wrong with the Redistribution Paradigm?


Practical and Theoretical Intersections of the Two Paradigms 


12,20

Michael Nance – University of Maryland, Baltimore County / Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main

Fichte, Recognition, and Redistribution


13,00

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14,30

Caroline Guibet Lafaye – CNRS, Centre Maurice Halbwachs, Paris

Redistribution vs Recognition: the Case of Self-Respect


15,10

Christian Lazzeri – Université Paris X Nanterre La Défense, Sophiapol

Social Esteem, between Recognition and Redistribution


15,50 – 16,00

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Rethinking Social Justice Beyond Distribution and Recognition


16,00

Leonard Mazzone – University of Florence

Recognition, Participation, Justification or Critique?


16,40

Gianluca Cavallo – University of Turin

Injustice and Political Impotence. An Attempt to Move beyond the Limits of Critical Theory


17,20

Denise Celentano – University of Catania / École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Rethinking Work and Justice within Nancy Fraser’s Model 


18,00

Conclusion


Organization

denise.celentano@ehess.fr


Palazzo Pedagaggi, via Vittorio Emanuele II, 49 – 2nd floor, aula 21 marzo