Ethics in Alabama, Anarchy in Baltimore
[cross-posted at Austro-Athenian Empire]
1. More about my Krakow trip soon (really!). But in the meantime, heres the Spooner paper I gave at the Krakow conference. Its also the paper Im going to present at the Molinari Society meeting in December.
2. Speaking of the Molinari Society, itll be holding its fourth annual Symposium in conjunction with the Eastern Division of the
American Philosophical Association
in Baltimore, December 27-30, 2007. Heres the latest schedule info:
GVIII-4. Saturday, 29 December 2007, 11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.Also check out the schedules (happily not conflicting) of the AAPSS and ARS.
Molinari Society symposium: Anarchy: Its Not Just a Good Idea, Its the Law
Falkland (Fourth Floor), Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, 700 Aliceanna Street
Session 1, 11:15-12:15:
chair: Jennifer McKitrick (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
speaker: Charles Johnson (Molinari Institute)
title: A Place for Positive Law: A Contribution to Anarchist Legal Theory
commentator: John Hasnas (Georgetown University)
Session 2, 12:15-1:15:
chair: Carrie-Ann Biondi (Marymount Manhattan College)
speaker: Roderick T. Long (Auburn University)
title: Inside and Outside Spooners Natural Law Jurisprudence
commentator: Geoffrey Allan Plauché (Louisiana State University)
3. The schedule for the Alabama Philosophical Societys September 21-22 meeting in Orange Beach is also online; Charles and I will be attending that as well, speaking on Vegetarianism and Norms on the Margin and On Making Small Contributions to Evil respectively. Itll be good to be back at our old venue; Orange Beach and Gulf Shores have been slowly recovering from the onslaught of Hurricane Ivan three years ago, and the conference has been held elsewhere the past three years. (Planning to attend? Tomorrow is the last day to make your hotel reservations at the conference rate.)
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Roderick T. Long - 8/31/2007
Yup, a day and a half of libertarian philosophy!
Aeon J. Skoble - 8/31/2007
That looks like a great program, Roderick, and it's fantastic that Molinari doesn't conflict with AAPSS or ARS. This will be a terrific APA. Looking forward to seeing you.
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