9th October: Adam Slavny (Law, Warwick), 'Towards a Complex Counterfactual Theory of Harm'
16th October: Carla Bagnoli (Modena), 'Responsibility, Failure and Punishment: A Constructivist Approach'
23rd October: Tony Coady (Melbourne), 'For God's Sake: Reflections on the Role of Religion in Politics'
30th October: Victor Tadros (Law, Warwick), 'The Unimportance of Closeness'
13th November: Tim Fowler (PAIS, Warwick), 'Political Liberalism, Science and the Asymmetry Objection: The Case of Intelligent Design'
20th November: Robin Douglass (KCL), 'What's Wrong with Inequality? A Rousseuian Perspective'
27th November: Gerald Lang (Leeds), 'Good Luck, Bad Luck and Moral Luck'
4th December: Andrew Mason (PAIS, Warwick), 'Citizenship Tests: Can They Be a Just Compromise?'
8th January: Simon Caney (Oxford), 'Global Justice and the Right of Necessity'
15th January: Chandran Kukathas (LSE), 'Liberty and the Challenge of Diversity'
22nd January: Kimberley Brownlee (Law, Warwick), 'Interactive Rights and Associative Rights'
5th February: Jules Holroyd (Nottingham), 'Arguments from Punitive Justice to Distributive Justice'
19th February: Christian Schemmel (Frankfurt), 'Self-Respect, Justice, and Equality'
26th February: Mike Saward (PAIS, Warwick), ‘Shape-Shifting Representation’
5th March: Cheyney Ryan (Oregon/Oxford), 'The Promiscuous Right of Self-Defense: A Critique of Just War Theory'
12th March: John Horton (Keele), 'Is There a Distinctively Associative Account of Political Obligation?' (with Ryan Windeknecht)
23rd April: Hallie Liberto (Connecticut) 'What Isn't Ours to Promise.'
30th April: David Birks (Oxford), 'How Wrong is Paternalism?'
7th May: Helen Frowe (Kent), 'Liability and Necessity'