Fair Limits

FL Speaker Series

FL Speaker Series: Joseph C.A. Agbakoba

On February 26, Professor Joseph C.A. Agbakoba will give an academic workshop at Utrecht University as part of the Fair Limits project. The workshop will take place from 14.00-17.30 in the Stijlkamer, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies (Janskerkhof 13). Professor Agbakoba is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and currently the…

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Professor Olatunji Oyeshile on Africa’s Future Generations and Global Inequality

On Friday the 13th of December, professor Olatunji Oyeshile will visit Utrecht as part of the Fair Limits speaker series, to present his paper Africa’s Future Generations and Global Inequality. Prof. Oyeshile is professor of philosophy at the University of Ibidan (Nigeria), and a visiting scholar at the Institute for Philosophy at Leiden University. Location…

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FL Speaker Series: Mpho Tshivhase

Fair Limits will host a workshop with Dr. Mpho Tshivhase (University of Pretoria). We will discuss her published paper “Love as the Foundation of Ubuntu” as well as her work-in-progress paper “On the Uniqueness of Robots”. The event is fully booked, but we have a list for people in case a place becomes available. Please…

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An afternoon with Paula Casal

On Friday the 21st Fair Limits hosted a colloquium around Paula Casal’s (ICREA-Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) work. We discussed two papers. In “Conservative and conservationist sufficiency” Casal questions the role that sufficiency principles play in theorizing about intergenerational justice. As currently understood, sufficiency principles allow for significant destruction of nature and biodiversity. Casal argues in favour…

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FL Speaker Series: Paula Casal

Paula Casal (Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) is visiting Utrecht for a workshop on her work. We will discuss her work on sufficientarianism as well as more recent work on ecological limits. Details of the program will follow. The workshop will be from 14.00 – 17.00 at Drift 13, room 2.05. All are welcome, if you would like…

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