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civic freedom in an age of diversity JAMES TULLYS PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY

Du 24 au 26 avril 2014 Salon Orange du Centre Pierre-Pladeau 300 boulevard de Maisonneuve Est

Civic Freedom in an Age of Diversity: James Tullys Public Philosophy

Organized by the Groupe de recherche sur les socits plurinationales

3:00 Mot de bienvenue

Session 1 (3:15 6:00): Political Theory as a Critical Activity

3:15 3:35 Cressida Heyes (University of Alberta), Feminist philosophy as a critical activity Michael Temelini (University of Ottawa / Universit dOttawa), Tullys diaological approach to political science Discussion Pause caf

3:55 4:25 4:25 4:45 4:45 5:05

Jocelyn Maclure (Universit Laval) and Daniel Weinstock (McGill University), Two conceptions of public philosophy Duncan Ivison (University of Sydney), Liberty as a political value Discussion Pause caf

5:25 5:55 5:55 6:15

Session 2 (6:15 7:45): Keynote Lecture

Charles Taylor (McGill University), Crises of democracy 7:45 Vin dhonneur et bouches

8:45 9:15 Caf

Session 3 (9:15 11:55): Civic Freedom and Democratic Struggles

9:15 9:35 Robin Celikates (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Civic freedom and non-institutionalized political contestation Dominique Leydet (UQAM), Democratic struggles from below and the institutions of constitutional representative democracy Discussion Pause caf

9:55 10:25 10:25 10:45

10:45 Antje Wiener (Universitt Hamburg), Cultural Cosmopolitanism: Contestedness and Contestation 11:05 Genevive Nootens (UQAC), Popular sovereignty, political contention, and the boundaries of democracy 11:25 11:55 12:00 1:15 Discussion Lunch

Session 4 (1:15 3:00): Democracy and the Public Sphere

1:00 1:20 1:40 Simone Chambers (University of Toronto), Putting reason back into reasonable Jeremy Webber (University of Victoria), Negotiation and democratic decision-making Melissa Williams (University of Toronto), Glocalizing the public sphere Discussion Pause caf

2:00 2:45 3:00 3:15

Session 5 (3:15 5:00): Indigenous Intellectual Culture, Legal Traditions, and Self-Determination
3:15 3:35 3:55 Dale Turner (Dartmouth College), James Tullys political thought and contemporary Indigenous intellectual culture Val Napoleon (University of Victoria), Rebuilding civility and citizenry from Indigenous legal traditions Mike Murphy (UNBC), Self-Determination: A basic human right and a basic human need Discussion Pause caf

4:15 5:00 5:00 5:15

Session 6 (5:15 6:45): Keynote Lecture

Taiaiake Alfred (University of Victoria), The failure of reconciliation 8:00 Souper

8:45 9:15 Caf

Session 6 (9:15 11h00): Federalism and Multinational Democracies

9:15 9:35 9:55 Stephen Tierney (University of Edinburgh), Enlightening Federalism: the Philosophy of James Tully Helder de Schutter (KU Leuven), Reimagining supranational belonging Alain-G Gagnon (UQAM), Competing conceptions of Quebec as a political community Discussion Pause caf

10:15 11:00 11:00 11:15

Session 7 (11:15 1:00): Thinking and Acting Differently

11:15 Jonathan Havercroft (University of Southampton), Excuses, politics, and pluralism 11:35 Dimitri Karmis (Universit dOttawa/University of Ottawa), Dialogue, listening, and difference 11:55 David Owen (University of Southampton), The power of examplars 12:15 1:00 1:00 2:30 Discussion Lunch

Session 8 (2:30 4:30): Confrence de clture

James Tully (University of Victoria), On civic freedom