Towards a Humanist Justice

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Strive to live in accordance with truly humanist principles of justice.


Toward a Humanist Justice:

A Conference Honoring and Examining the Work of Susan Moller Okin.


Thursday, Feb. 3

Welcome: 1:45pm

Session 1: 2pm

Elizabeth Wingrove, Michigan

Of Women and Linchpins:

Okin’s Contributions to Political Thought

Comments: Carole Pateman, UCLA

Session 2: 3:45pm

Joshua Cohen, MIT

Demolition: Susan Okin on Feminist

Method

Comments: Corey Brettschneider, Brown


Friday, Feb. 4

Session 3: 9am

Chandran Kukathas, Utah

The Dilemma of a Dutiful Daughter: Love and Freedom in the Thought of Kartini

Comments: Eamonn Callan, Stanford

Session 4: 10:45am

John Tomasi, Brown

Another Feminism: Some Other Women in Western Political Thought Comments: Russell Hardin, NYU

Session 5: 2pm

Robert Keohane, Princeton

Reinventing Globalization to Reduce

Gender Inequality

Comments: Judith Goldstein, Stanford

Session 6: 3:45pm

Iris Marion Young, Chicago

The Gendered Cycle of Vulnerability in the Less Developed World Comments: Brooke Ackerly, Vanderbilt


Saturday, Feb. 5

Session 7: 9am

Nancy Rosenblum, Harvard

Okin’s Liberal Feminism as a Radical

Political Theory

Comments: Rob Reich, Stanford

Session 8: 10:45am

David Miller, Oxford

Equality of Opportunity and the Family

Comments: Debra Satz, Stanford

Session 9: 2pm

Ayelet Shachar, Toronto

Gender and Religion:

Tearing the Veil of False Dichotomies

Comments: Catharine A. MacKinnon,

Michigan Law School

Session 10: 3:45pm

Molly Shanley, Vassar

Imagining Okin’s Genderless Society

Comments: Sally Haslanger, MIT


To register for all or part of the conference please visit: www.ethicsinsociety.stanford.edu


Location for all sessions:

Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center

326 Galvez Street

Stanford, CA 94305-6105