THE FUTURE OF WORK IS HERE: TOWARD A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LABOUR [➡︎ read the […]

THE TIME POLITICS OF HOME-BASED DIGITAL PIECEWORK [➡︎ read the rest of the symposium] V.B. Dubal* The woman […]

REVALUING AND RE-POLITICIZING WORK IN THE AGE OF AUTOMATION AND AI[➡︎ read the rest of the symposium] Igor […]

EXODUS, LA MYTHOLOGIQUE VS. THE APOCALYPTIC, AND MODERNITY’S LONG APOCALYPTIC LACUNA: THREE QUESTIONS FOR ABRAHAM ROTSTEIN’S MYTH, MIND, […]

ROTSTEIN (AND FREUD) VERSUS LEVI-STRAUSS (AND WEBER) Ronald Beiner* Last spring I attended a book panel on Abe’s […]

PUNISHMENT, VALUES, AND JUSTIFICATIONS [☛ read the rest of the Symposium on Leo Zaibert, Rethinking Punishment (2018)] Leo Zaibert* I would […]

WHEN CRIME PUNISHES ITSELF: DISPENSING WITH PUNISHMENT, PUNISHMENT THEORY, AND THEODICY–A GERMAN PERSPECTIVE [☛ read the rest of the […]

LEO ZAIBERT’S RETHINKING PUNISHMENT: AN ILLUMINATING VOYAGE [☛ read the rest of the Symposium on Leo Zaibert, Rethinking Punishment (2018)] Margaret […]

PUNISHING “DIRTY HANDS”: INSIGHTS FROM ZAIBERT’S RETHINKING PUNISHMENT [☛ read the rest of the Symposium on Leo Zaibert, Rethinking Punishment (2018)] […]

RETHINKING PUNISHMENT THEORY’S MONISM [☛ read the rest of the Symposium on Leo Zaibert, Rethinking Punishment (2018)] Leora Dahan Katz* I. […]

RETHINKING PUNISHMENT AND THE (UNEASY) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AN AXIOLOGY OF PUNISHMENT AND ITS DEONTIC IMPLICATIONS [☛ read the rest of […]

A LIBERAL JUSTIFICATION FOR NARROWING THE PUBLIC INTEREST DEFENSE TO HATE SPEECH [☛ read the author’s reply here] […]

THE DIVERSE USES OF THE METAPHOR OF COMMITMENT IN CONNECTED BY COMMITMENT: BONDS OF LOVE, LABOR AND COLLECTIVE ACTION […]

SOCIAL METAPHYSICS AND NORMATIVITY IN MARA MARIN’S CONNECTED BY COMMITMENT [☛ read the rest of the Symposium on Mara […]

MARA MARIN’S CONNECTED BY COMMITMENT: REFLECTIONS IN AID OF A COLLECTIVE PROJECT [☛ read the rest of the […]

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES, THE IMPERMANENT APOLOGIES APPROACH, AND THE POLITICS OF POLITICAL APOLOGIES[☛ watch the video | read the […]

OFFICIAL APOLOGY, OFFICIAL DENIAL: MAKING SENSE OF CANADA’S TRUTH COMMISSION [☛ watch the video | read the rest […]

TO FORGIVE AND FORGET? HOMONATIONALISM, HEGEMONY, AND HISTORY IN THE GAY APOLOGY[☛ watch the video | read the rest […]

SO SORRY: THE LEGAL MYTHS AND SOCIAL REALITIES OF THE OFFICIAL APOLOGY [☛ watch the video | read […]

GUIDELINES FOR EVALUATING APOLOGIES AND REMORSE IN CRIMINAL CONTEXTS: SUMMARY VERSION FOR PRACTITIONERS [☛ watch the video | […]

WHOSE WRONG IS IT ANYWAY? REFLECTING ON THE PUBLIC-NESS OF PUBLIC APOLOGIES [☛ watch the video | read the […]

APOLOGIES AS REMEDIES, APOLOGIES AS WEAPONS: CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE TRUDEAU ADMINISTRATION [☛ watch the video | read the rest […]

REMOVING INSULT FROM INJURY: APOLOGIES AND VIOLENCE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE [☛ watch the video | read the rest of […]

BUSINESS APOLOGIES AND THE ETHICS AND NARRATIVE OF TRUST [☛ watch the video | read the rest of the […]

PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS ON TYPES OF APOLOGIES: INTERPERSONAL, CORPORATE AND COLLECTIVE [☛ watch the video | read the rest of […]

AN ACADEMIC CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PROTO-AUTHORITARIAN TIMES Lauren Bialystok Assistant Professor, Department of Social Justice Education, OISE, […]

ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN PROFESSIONAL ETHICS FOR ACADEMICS: A USER’S GUIDE Rachel Barney Canada Research Chair in Ancient Philosophy, Departments of […]

Craig Scott, Political Ethics and the House of Commons Electoral Reform Process [2017 C4eJ 54]

POLITICAL ETHICS AND THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ELECTORAL REFORM PROCESS: FOUR DIMENSIONS Craig Scott Professor of Law, Osgoode […]