11th October: Bill O’Brian (Warwick, Law), 'Harm, Sovereignty and Freedom'.
18th October: Martin O’Neill (York), 'Equality of Opportunity, Self-Respect and the Division of Labour'.
25th October: Victor Tadros (Warwick, Law), 'The Pre-emption Problem'.
1st November: Liam Shields (Warwick, IAS), 'How Bad Can a Good Enough Parent Be?'.
15th November: Massimo Renzo (York), 'Fairness, Self-Deception and Political Obligation'
22nd November: Lukas Meyer (Graz), 'Individual Expectations and Climate Justice' (with Pranay Sanklecha)
29th November: Richard Child (Cambridge), 'The Problem of Global Justice and the Dual-Component Model Solution'
6th December: Matt Matravers (York), 'Legal Moralism and Political Neutrality'
10th January: Terry MacDonald (Monash), 'Disembodied Demoi and Bodies Politic: Global Political Agency and the Democratic Boundary Problem'
17th January: Rebecca Reilly-Cooper (Oxford), 'Emotions and Public Reason'
24th January: Avia Pasternak (Essex), 'Voluntary and Intentional Benefit from Injustice'
31st January: Tim Fowler (Warwick, PAIS), 'What We Owe Our Children: On the Legitimate Role of Perfectionism in Upbringing'
7th February: Mark Reiff (Manchester), 'How to be a Malthusian Liberal'
21st February: Tim Mulgan (St. Andrews), 'What Rawls Could Have Said About Climate Change'
28th February: Bill O’Brian (Warwick, Law), 'Political Obligation and Fairness'
6th March: Dan Butt (Bristol), 'Can We Inherit Rights to Compensation?'
13th March: David Coady (Tasmania), 'Rumour, Conspiracy Theory, and Propaganda'
24th April: Fabienne Peter (Warwick, Philosophy), 'Epistemic Foundations of Political Liberalism'
1st May: Jon Quong (Manchester), 'What is the Point of Public Reason?'
8th May: Miranda Fricker (Birkbeck), 'Epistemic Justice as a Condition of Political Freedom'
28th June: Soren Flinch Midtgaard (Aarhus), 'Paternalism and Prostitution' (in S1.14)