Justice

Refocusing Justice on Care
21/05/2019 - 18:00 עד 19:30
Liberal theories of justice, with their emphasis on individualism, their inability to incorporate the dependency concerns, and in their abstract characterization of citizens as rational, independent, and fully functioning agents that cooperate for mutual advantage, have failed to present a vision...
Refocusing Justice on Care
21/05/2019 - 18:00 עד 19:30
Liberal theories of justice, with their emphasis on individualism, their inability to incorporate the dependency concerns, and in their abstract characterization of citizens as rational, independent, and fully functioning agents that cooperate for mutual advantage, have failed to present a vision...
Refocusing Justice on Care
21/05/2019 - 18:00 עד 19:30
Liberal theories of justice, with their emphasis on individualism, their inability to incorporate the dependency concerns, and in their abstract characterization of citizens as rational, independent, and fully functioning agents that cooperate for mutual advantage, have failed to present a vision...
Justice, Privatization and the Objectives of the Educational System
19/11/2018 - 18:00 עד 20:30
Since the 1990s, the education system in Israel has undergone a fundamental change, spearheaded by two seemingly conflicting forces: One is the increasing influence of neoliberal thought, with its emphasis on efficiency, productivity, choice, and competition. The other is the unprecedented boom in...
Freedom in the Arab World
02/11/2016 - 18:30 עד 20:30
Relying on the hypothesis that the preoccupation with the subject of freedom became a core issue in the construction of all modern ideologies, this book traces the semantic inflation and extreme politicization of signifiers that indicate the concept “freedom” in Arabic during the period between the...
Representing the Trial: Judith Butler Reads Hannah Arendt Reading Adolf Eichmann
16/12/2015 - 18:00 עד 19:30
More than half a century ago, Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem judged the trial in terms of the obligation of the court to do justice. In her contemporary rereading, Judith Butler articulates a fundamental critique of positive law. Across this reception history, the representation of justice...
Representing the Trial: Judith Butler Reads Hannah Arendt Reading Adolf Eichmann
16/12/2015 - 18:00 עד 19:30
More than half a century ago, Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem judged the trial in terms of the obligation of the court to do justice. In her contemporary rereading, Judith Butler articulates a fundamental critique of positive law. Across this reception history, the representation of justice...
Representing the Trial: Judith Butler Reads Hannah Arendt Reading Adolf Eichmann
16/12/2015 - 18:00 עד 19:30
More than half a century ago, Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem judged the trial in terms of the obligation of the court to do justice. In her contemporary rereading, Judith Butler articulates a fundamental critique of positive law. Across this reception history, the representation of justice...

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