The UA Philosophy Department is pleased to present a workshop on Friday, May 4, highlighting the work of Stefan Sciaraffa, Professor of Philosophy, McMaster University. The workshop will take place in the Student Union Ventana Room, 12:30-6pm.
Three sessions will focus on the following chapters in Sciaraffa's manuscript on the philosophy of law:
Session I, 12:30-2pm:
"Hermeneutic Concepts And Immodest Conceptual Analysis Of The Law," commented upon by Brian Leiter, University of Chicago
Session II, 2:30-4pm:
"Legal Metasemantics: How To Argue About The Structure And Content Of The Rule Of Recognition," commented upon by Connie Rosati, University of Arizona
Session III, 4:30-6pm:
"A General Account Of Authority And Its Justifications," commented upon by Brian Bix, University of Minnesota
Department members may access an abstract and three chapters for the sessions at this password-protected site: http://philosophy.arizona.edu/content/password-protected-materialssciaraffa . (Log in on the home page with UA UserID and password.) To make other arrangements, please call Sandra Kimball in the Department of Philosophy, firstname.lastname@example.org or 621-5045.