LE GROUPE DE RECHERCHE SUR LES SOCIÉTÉS PLURINATIONALES PRÉSENTE LE COLLOQUE

civic freedom in an age of diversity JAMES TULLY’S PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY
PROGRAMME
Du 24 au 26 avril 2014 Salon Orange du Centre Pierre-Péladeau 300 boulevard de Maisonneuve Est www.creqc.uqam.ca

Civic Freedom in an Age of Diversity: James Tully’s Public Philosophy
Organized by the Groupe de recherche sur les sociétés plurinationales

24 AVRIL
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 / Université d’Ottawa), Tully’s diaological approach to political science Discussion Pause café

3:55 – 4:25 4:25 – 4:45 4:45 5:05

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

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 d’honneur et bouchées

25 AVRIL
8:45 – 9:15 Café

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 café

9:55 – 10:25 10:25 – 10:45

10:45 Antje Wiener (Universität Hamburg), Cultural Cosmopolitanism: Contestedness and Contestation 11:05 Geneviève 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 café

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 Tully’s 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 café

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

26 AVRIL
8:45 – 9:15 Café

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 café

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 (Université d’Ottawa/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): Conférence de clôture
James Tully (University of Victoria), On civic freedom

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