CFP: MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory, Session on “Ideal and Nonideal Theory”

Posted: 14 de February de 2012 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event

9th Annual MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory

CFP: session on “Ideal and Nonideal Theory”

Where: Manchester Centre for Political Theory, University of
Manchester

When: September 5-7, 2012

Conference Organizers: Chris Mills (workshop administrator), Thomas
Porter, Jonathan Quong, James Pattison, Stephen De Wijze

Session Organizer: Marcus Arvan

Deadline for submissions: June 1, 2012

The MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory is an annual conference at
the University of Manchester on selected topics in political theory.
Each session will consist of a reading and discussion of 3-12 selected
papers.  The present CFP invites full paper submissions for a session
on “ideal” and “nonideal theory.” Potential paper topics include (but
are by no means limited to) the following: What is the proper role of
“ideal theorizing” in political theory?  How well do existing ideal
theories apply to nonideal conditions?  Should nonideal theory be
guided by, or independent of, ideal theory?  If nonideal theory should
be guided by ideal theory, how?

If you would like to present a paper in this session, please submit a
full paper and abstract to marvan@ut.edu no later than June 1st, 2012.
Please also include a separate cover sheet indicating your name,
professional status (faculty, graduate student, independent
researcher, etc.), and institutional affiliation. Papers may be of any
length suitable for a peer-reviewed journal article. Please note that
participants are responsible for seeking their own funding for travel/
lodging/etc. For further details or questions, please contact
marvan@ut.edu. Decision notices will be emailed by June 14th, 2012.

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