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CONTEMPORARY NORMATIVE ANALYSES /

ANALYSES NORMATIVES CONTEMPORAINES

ANCO seminar

A bilingual regular seminar for the advancement of social ethics

This seminar brings together contributions to research in social ethics from several disciplines and fields, mainly from philosophy, economics, sociology, political science and law. Social ethics is understood as the normative dimension of social organization.
Contributions are expected to deal with applied questions (evaluation of public policies, evolution of inequalities, social relationships) and with more theoretical questions raised by the nature and foundations of social evaluation (with respect to which the tools of moral philosophy, political philosophy and normative economics have special relevance).

Coordinators

Marc-Antoine Dilhac (Assistant, PhD candidate, political philosophy, Panthéon- Sorbonne University , Paris, NoSoPhi team).
Marc Fleurbaey ( Directeur de recherches au CNRS , economics, René Descartes University , Paris, CERSES team)
Sandra Laugier (Professor, philosophy, University of Picardie , associate member of Execo research group, Panthéon-Sorbonne University )
Alain Leplège (Professor, philosophy of science, Denis Diderot University , Paris, member of REHSEIS research group)
Ruwen Ogien ( Directeur de recherches au CNRS , moral philosophy, René Descartes University, Paris, membre du CERSES)
Emmanuel Picavet ( Maître de conférences , political philosophy, Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Paris, member of NoSoPhi research group)
Bernard Reber ( Chargé de recherches au CNRS , moral philosophy, René Descartes University, Paris, member of CERSES research group)
Patrick Savidan ( Maître de conferences, philosophy, Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris, member of « Rationalités Contemporaines » research group)

 

ANCo in its institutional and scientific environment

Initially, the ANCo seminar, created in 2004, was exclusively a NoSoPhi-based seminar; it benefits henceforth from a new institutional conjunction. Indeed, the Universities of Paris (Panthéon-Sorbonne University, René-Descartes University and Denis-Diderot University), are now on the path to uniting forces in an overarching regional university structure (PRES).
Besides, the NoSoPhi and Execo research teams are building blocks of a newly created structure, “Philosophies contemporaines” (EA 3562), part of the Panthéon-Sorbonne graduate school in philosophy.
Moreover, the NoSoPhi team ( Panthéon-Sorbonne University ) and several members of the CERSES team ( René-Descartes University ) teams are currently engaged in a joint research project, DELICOM project (2005-2008), funded by the National Research Agency (ANR). This project brings together philosophers, economists and mathematicians to advance frontier work on argument, authority and power in inter-institutional relationships (with special focus on the interplay of strategy and principles).

 

A companion collaborative work

The DELICOM collaboration has resulted in the setup of a collaborative medium for synthesis in social ethics, the Répertoire Analytique d'Ethique Sociale (RAES) .
Contributions draw from a variety or conceptual and analytic resources, such as those of moral and political philosophy, game theory, social choice theory and normative economics. A first set of RAES contributions is now available on the NoSoPhi website:
http://nosophi.univ-paris1.fr/annonces/raes.htm

 

Schedule of Events 2006-2007

Tuesday 24 October 2006  : Michel PAQUETTE ( University of Québec ) : Sur la théorie du dialogue
Salle Rouvière B (45 rue des Sts Pères, batiment Jacob, 5ème étage)

Monday 18 December 2006  : Véronique MUÑOZ-DARDÉ ( University College London ) : In Defence of Difference Equality: Political Not Metaphysical. Personal page : click here
Salle de thèses (45 rue des Sts Pères, batiment Jacob, 5ème étage)

Tuesday 6 February 2007  : Luc BOVENS ( London School of Economics)
Personal page : click here

Tuesday 6 March 2007  : Erik SCHOKKAERT ( University of Leuven ) : Are happiness surveys relevant for social ethics?
Personal page : click here

Monday 2 April 2007 : Van PARIJS (Université Catholique de Louvain – Harvard)
Personal page : click here

Tuesday 22 May 2007  : François MANIQUET (Université Catholique de Louvain) : On Economic Equity
Personal page : click here

Place and time

From now on, the seminar is held at the René-Descartes University, rue des Saints Pères, Paris 6 ème (Saint-Germain-des-Prés station).
Monthly, 1 to 3 pm on monday or tuesdays.

Organization

Speakers will usually come from other research groups other than the organizing ones. Fostering research links and bridging the theory/application divide will be major concerns. The speaker's paper should be available in advance and made available on the web.

Contact

For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact Emmanuel Picavet and Marc-Antoine Dilhac .

 


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