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2009-2010

Michaelmas Term

  • Monday 12 October
    John Filling (St. John's College, Oxford)
    'Karl Marx and the Production Organism'
    Comment: Christopher Brooke (Cambridge)
    Seminar Introduction
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  • Monday 19 October
    Georgios Varouxakis (Queen Mary, London)
    'The International Political Thought of John Stuart Mill'
    Comment: Duncan Bell (Cambridge)
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  • Monday 26 October
    Benjamin Straumann (New York University)
    'The Corpus iuris as a Source of Law between Sovereigns in Alberico Gentili's Thought'
    Comment: Lauri Tähtinen (Magdalene College, Cambridge)
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  • Monday 2 November
    Jacob Soll (Rutgers University)
    'Dutch Accounting Practices and the Cultural Origins of Political Economy in Europe 1600-1730'
    Comment: Craig Muldrew (Cambridge)
    Seminar Introduction
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  • Monday 9 November
    Simon Grote (University of California, Berkeley)
    'Christian Wolff's Critics and the 'Foundation of Morality' in the Early German Enlightenment'
    Comment: Thomas Ahnert (Edinburgh)
    Seminar Introduction
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  • Monday 16 November
    Annabel Brett (Cambridge)
    'Thomas Hobbes and Late Renaissance Commentary on Aristotle's Politics'

  • Monday 23 November
    Chris Jones (Canterbury, New Zealand)
    'The Role of Conceptions of History in Shaping Political Ideas: The Case of the Early-Fourteenth-Century Dominican John of Paris'
    Comment: Joseph Canning (Cambridge)
    Seminar Introduction
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Lent Term

Easter Term

The Seeley Lecturer for 2019 is Professor Elizabeth Anderson (Department of Philosophy, University of Michigan). Prof. Anderson will lecture on "The Great Reversal: How Neoliberalism turned Classical Liberal Principles Against Workers" on 7, 9, 14, 16 May 2019.

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