Elizabeth Anderson’s Knox Lecture and CEPPA Chat, now available online.

Did you miss Elizabeth Anderson’s 2024 Knox Lecture? Perhaps you were too busy enjoying the Scottish sunshine, figuring out how to register to vote, or maybe you don’t even live in Scotland. Worry not, you can now watch the recording of it online: We are also relaunching ‘CEPPA Chats’, short interviews with CEPPA speakers, and the first … Read more

The 2024 Knox Lecture by Elisabeth Anderson (Michigan)

The 2024 Knox Lecture is only a couple of weeks from us. This year’s lecture will be delivered by Professor Elisabeth Anderson the Max Shaye Professor of Public Philosophy, John Dewey Distinguished University Professor and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan. The talk is titled: ‘Categorical Inequality and the Economy of Esteem’. … Read more

Knox Lecture 2022 – Frances Kamm (Rutgers University)

The 2022 Knox Lecture will be delivered online by Professor Frances Kamm (Rutgers University) on Thursday, 19 May at 5:15pm UK time. Title: “Handling Future Pandemics: Harming, Not Aiding, and Liberty” Abstract: All over the world there have been protests, based on a concern with liberty, against restrictions intended to defeat the current pandemic. In … Read more

2021 Knox Lecture – Tim Scanlon (Harvard University)

2021 Knox Lecture (online via Teams) Knox Lecturer: Tim Scanlon (Harvard University) Title: Further Reflections on Tolerance and its Difficulty Abstract: The paper revisits the account of tolerance discussed in the author’s paper, “The Difficulty of Tolerance,” with the aim of clarifying (1) the reasons people have to care about the character of their society … Read more