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The YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law

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The YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law was established in 2017. Its aim is to provide a forum for a leading contemporary thinker to address an important issue of our day that engages with the disciplines of politics, philosophy and law. The inaugural lecturer in 2017 was Professor Martha Nussbaum (University of Chicago). Since then, the Centre has hosted Professor T.M. Scanlon (Harvard University) in 2018, Professor Richard Tuck (Harvard University) in 2019, and Professor Miranda Fricker (City University of New York) in 2020.

PROFESSOR MIRANDA FRICKER – YTL CENTRE ANNUAL LECTURE 2020

The YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law was delivered in 2020 by the leading moral philosopher and feminist theorist, Professor Miranda Fricker, City University of New York.

 

Please find a link to the video here

Please find a link to the revised transcript of the lecture here.

Please find a link to the event photos here

Paper commentaries on Professor Miranda Fricker's lecture have been provided by:
Professor Hallvard Lillehammer (Birkbeck, University of London) - Commentary
Professor Mari Mikkola (University of Oxford) - Commentary
Dr Christoph Kletzer (King's College London) - Commentary 

 

PROFESSOR RICHARD TUCK - YTL CENTRE ANNUAL LECTURE, 2019 

The YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law was delivered in 2019 by one of the world's leading philosophers, Professor Richard Tuck

Please find a link to the video here and the podcast of the event here.


Please find a transcript of the lecture here.  

A paper commentary by Professor Richard Ekins (University of Oxford) on Professor Richard Tuck's lecture can be found here

PROFESSOR TM SCANLON - YTL CENTRE ANNUAL LECTURE, 2018

The YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law was delivered in 2018 by one of the world's leading philosophers, Professor Thomas M. Scanlon

Please find a link to the video here and the podcast of the event here.

Please find a revised version of the transcript of Professor Scanlon's lecture here

A paper commentary by Dr Ulrike Heuer on Professor Thomas M. Scanlon lecture can be found here.

A paper commentary by Professor Joseph Raz on Professor Thomas M. Scanlon lecture can be found here.

A paper commentary by Professor John Skorupski on Professor Thomas M. Scanlon lecture can be found here.

 

PROFESSOR MARTHA NUSSBAUM - YTL CENTRE ANNUAL LECTURE, 2017

The inaugural YTL Centre Annual Lecture in Politics, Philosophy and Law was delivered in 2017 by one of the world's leading philosophers and pubic intellectuals,  Professor Martha C. Nussbaum.

Please find a revised version of the transcript of Professor Nussbaum's lecture  here.

The Inaugural Annual YTL Centre Lecture with Professor Martha Nussbaum took place on Thursday 9 March 2017 followed by a Panel Discussion of Professor Martha C Nussbaum's YTL Centre Annual Lecture: Sexual Violence: Accountability in a Culture of Celebrity took place on Friday 10 March 2017.

 

Papers by the 4 commentators in the panel discussion of Professor Nussbaum's lecture:

Dr Amia Srinivasan, University College London -  Comments on Martha Nussbaum’s “Accountability in an Era of Celebrity”
Dr Ashwini Vasanthakumar, King's College London -  Comments on Martha Nussbaum’s “Accountability in an Era of Celebrity”
Frances Stead Sellers, Washington Post -  Comments on Martha Nussbaum’s “Accountability in an Era of Celebrity”
Professor Kate Manne, Cornell University - Paper: Good Girls: on “Not Quite Rape” (Culture) and comments on Martha Nussbaum’s “Accountability in an Era of Celebrity”
 

Professor Nussbaum's response to the 4 commentators:  'Martha Nussbaum Responds'  

 

 

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