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Philosophy

Peter Fabienne

  • Associate Professor (Reader) in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Political legitimacy, justice, human rights

Indicative publications

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Dean Machin

  • Leverhulme Research Fellow, Philosophy Department at the University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Global legitimacy

Indicative publications

  • 'Political equality and the 'super-rich': their money or (some of) their political rights' Res Publica (forthcoming)
  • 'Political Legitimacy, the Egalitarian Challenge, and Democracy', theJournal of Applied Philosophy, Vol.29, no.2 (May 2012): 101-117
  • 'The Problem of Global Law' (with Patrick Capps) Modern Law Review 74(5) (Sept 2011): 794-810
  • 'Compulsory Turnout: a compelling (but contingent) case' Politics Vol.31. no.2 (June 2011): 100-6
  • ‘Democracy, Judicial Review and Disagreements about Justice’ Legisprudence, Vol. III, Issue 1: Special Issue on Judicial Review (July 2009): 43-67
  • ‘The Irrelevance of Democracy to the Public Justification of Political Authority’ Res Publica Vol.15, no.2 (May 2009): 103-120

Policy engagement

  • Letters published in the Financial Times about the justification of punishment (2/3 July 2011) and the political influence of the 'super-rich' (27/8 August 2011).
  • Contributions inwebsite run by Professor Wyn Grant (Politics, Warwick) about football/soccer. The article outines a novel way of empowering fans. See www.footballeconomy.com/content/fans-have-more-power-they-think.
  • Work for a think tank called the Social Market Foundation (www.smf.co.uk). As at July 2012, producing a short report on the research-teaching balance in Humanities subjects in UK Higher Education. Critical look at the potential implications for the Humanities of the increase in student tuition fees that will be effective from 2012/13.

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Andrew Williams

  • Associate Fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • global and intergenerational ethics

Indicative publications

  • “Political Constructivism”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2011)
  • “Cohen on How to Do Political Philosophy”, Economics and Philosophy (2011)
  • “Justice and Political Constructivism”, James Lenman and Yonatan Shemmer (eds.), Constructivism in Practical Philosophy (OUP: 2013).
  • “The Priority View Finally Bites the Dust?”, Utilitas (2012).
  • “Demography, Responsibility, and Climate Change”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy (2012)

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