Talks

Upcoming

  • „Simulating Cosmopolitan Agency: The Political Function of Global Civil Disobedience“, ICON Hongkong.
  • „Politischer Kosmopolitismus – Zwischen philosophischer Fiktion und praktischer Notwendigkeit“, Köln.
  • “Global Civil Disobedience”, IUC Workshop on the Diversity of Human Rights, Dubrovnik & GAP, Köln.
  • “What is Global Political Philosophy?”, Workshop on Global Political Philosophy, Bejing/FU Berlin.

Recent

2018

  • “Political Reconciliation as a Matter of Global Justice”, Workshop “Normative Theorie internationaler Politik”, Fu Berlin & ICON, Panel on “Beyond Legal Borders: In Search of Democracy”, Hongkong.
  • “Political Holism and Econcomic Particularism. An Answer to Andrew Walton: “Trade Justice and the Integrationism/Isolationism Debate”, Workshop on Trade Justice, HU Berlin

2017

–          “The Rationale of Political Reconciliation as a Template for Global Justice”, Global Justice Conference, Bejing/Hangzhou, China

–          “Global Transitional Justice”, Workshop: World Government or Else?, Zürich

–          “Das Menschenrecht auf bezahlten Urlaub. Eine politische Rechtfertigung”, Workshop: Soziale Menschenrechte, Kassel/Fulda

–          “Justifying Global Civil Disobedience”, Konferenz für Praktische Philosophie, Salzburg

2016

–          „Who Exploits? Evil Structures and Innocent Individuals“ A Comment on: Mirjam Müller: “Marxist Exploitation and Sweatshop Labour”, HU Berlin

–          “Wistleblowing as Human Rights Activism” (The Diversity of Human Rights, InterUniversityCenter, Dubrovnik)

–          „Politischer Kosmopolitismus“, Kolloquium Uni Cottbus

–          „Kollektive Verantwortung und ethischer Konsum“, Kolloquium FU Berlin

–          “Das Recht auf Ausgrenzung”, Kolloquium in Düsseldorf; Workshop in Kassel

–          “Who Rules the Game? A Comment on: Peter Dietsch: From Trade to Taxes: What Makes an International Economic Level-Playing Field?” (Conference on ‘International Tax Justice’, Humboldt University Berlin)

–          “Why Should Reasons for Migration Matter?” (Conference on ‘Reasons for Migration’, Bochum)

2015

–          “The Right to Exclude, Human Rights, and Political Facts” (Workshop with Jo Carens’, FU Berlin)

–          “Fairness in Trade and the Duty to Collectivise” (The Diversity of Human Rights, InterUniversityCenter, Dubrovnik)

–          „Kollektive Verantwortung unstrukturierter Gruppen am Beispiel der Konsumentenethik“, (GAP- Osnabrück; Workshop „Kollektive Verantwortung in der globalen Ethik, Kassel)

–          “Moralische Grenzen der Strafbarkeit elterlicher Übergriffe” (Tagung für Praktische Philosophie, Salzburg)

–          “Collective Responsibilities: Do Nonideal Conditions Let us off the Hook” (Workshop ‘Joint Duties’, Bayreuth)

–          “The Ethics of Whistleblowing” (Conference on “Publicity”, Wuhan, China; Bewerbungsvortrag Gießen)

–          “Why Adopt a Structural Approach to Justice?” (Conference: Structural Injustice, Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin)

–          „Menschenrechte und die kosmopolitische Statuskonzeption der Menschenwürde“ (DGPhil, Münster; Uni Bern)

–          „The Ethics of Ethical Investment“ (Ujue, Spanien; Workshop: Globale Wirtschaftsethik, Kassel)

–          „Transcultural Ethics. A Pragmatic Approach“ (DAAD-Abschlusstagung der Forschungskooperation „After the Arab Spring: Justice, Toleration, Human Rights“, Kassel)

2014

–          “The Limits of International Toleration” (DAAD-Tagung der Forschungskooperation „After the Arab Spring: Justice, Toleration, Human Rights“, Tunis)

–          “Human Rights as Global Public Reasons” (Course: The Diversity of Human Rights, InterUniversityCenter, Dubrovnik)

–          “Defending a Political Conception of Human Rights” (Yale’s Working Group in Moral Philosophy, Yale)

–          “Reconciliation Without Representation” (Yale’ Working Group in Moral Philosophy)

–          “Axel Honneth’s Missing Perspective of Global Justice” (Colloquia “Philosophy and the Social Sciences”, Prague)

–          “A Political Foundation of Human Rights” (DAAD-Tagung der Forschungskooperation „After the Arab Spring: Justice, Toleration, Human Rights“, Tunis)

–          „Menschenrechte zwischen Moral und Machbarkeit” (DGPhil-München)