Political Theory Seminar with Philippe Van Parijs – University of Copenhagen

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Political Theory Seminar with Philippe Van Parijs

On March 29th Philippe Van Parijs will visit the COMPROMISE research project. Van Parijs will present some of his work on basic income in a presentation titled Basic Income - A radical proposal for a free society and a sane economy.

Philippe Van Parijs holds doctorates in the social sciences and in philosophy. His books include Evolutionary Explanation in the Social Sciences (London & Totowa NJ 1981), Le Modèle économique et ses rivaux (Genève 1990), Qu'est-ce qu'une société juste? (Paris 1991), Arguing for Basic Income (London 1992, ed.), Marxism Recycled (Cambridge 1993), Real Freedom for All (Oxford 1995), Sauver la solidarité (Paris 1995), Refonder la solidarité (Paris 1996), Solidariteit voor de XXIste eeuw (Leuven 1997), Ethique économique et sociale (Paris 2000, with C. Arnsperger), What's Wrong with a Free Lunch? (Boston 2001), Hacia una concepcion de la justicia global (Medellín 2002), Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity (editor, Brussels 2004), L'Allocation universelle (Paris 2005, with Y. Vanderborght), Just Democracy. The Rawls-Machiavelli Programme (Colchester, 2011), Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (Oxford, 2011), After the Storm. How to save democracy in Europe (editor, Tielt, 2015 with L. van Middelaar) and Basic Income. A radical proposal for a free society and a sane economy (Harvard UP, 2017, with Y. Vanderborght).

In 1986, he was one of the founders of the Basic Income European Network (BIEN), which became in 2004 the Basic Income Earth Network, and he chairs its International Board.

Furthermore, Benjamin Ask Popp-Madsen, who is a PhD student at the deparment of political science, will prensent his paper Council Democracy Beyond Bureaucratic Domination: Rethinking Castoriadis' Project of Autonomy.