マイケル・サンデル ハーバード大学教授、来日

チャールズ・テイラー博士の教え子で、テイラー博士とともにコミュニタリアンとして一般に知られているマイケル・サンデル教授(ハーバード大学)が、今月20日、21日に千葉大学で開催される国際シンポジウムに参加するために来日される。
 
 
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Day 1, March 20 Public Philosophy in America-Republicanism and Communitarianism

Morning

Session 1

10:00-10:10 Opening Address by Yasushi Saito, Professor and President of Chiba

University

Opening Address by Masaya Kobayashi, Professor and Director of Center for Public Philosophy, Chiba University

10:10-11:00 Keynote Speech: Public Philosophies for a Global Age by Michael Sandel, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government, Harvard University

11:00-11:20 Keynote Speech by Masaya Kobayashi, Professor and Director of Center for Public Philosophy, Chiba University

11:20-11:30 Comment by Takeshi Igarashi, Professor, Faculty of Law, Tokyo University

11:30-11:50 Q&A

11:50-13:00 Lunch

Afternoon

Session Two Rethinking Liberal-Communitarian Debate-On Liberalism and Limits of Justice

Chaired by Takeshi Igarashi, Professor, Faculty of Law, Tokyo University

13:00-13:25 A Liberal Reconstruction of the Universalist Turn in Michael Sandel’s Political Philosophy, Tatsuo Inoue, Professor, Faculty of Law, Tokyo University

13:25-13:50 The Receptivity of Liberalism and the limits of Justice and
Contemporary Communitarianism in Japan
, Masao Kikuchi, Professor, Faculty of Law and Economics, Mie Chukyo University

13:50-14:00 Comment by Takamitsu Nakano, Research Associate, Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Chiba University

14:00-14:10 Reply by Professor Michael Sandel

14:10-14:300 Q&A

14:30-15:00 Coffee Break

 

Session Three In Search for Republicanism-On Democracy’s Discontent

Chaired by Tatsuo Inoue, Professor, Faculty of Law, Tokyo University

15:00-15:25 Republican Theories for the Post-Enlightenment Age: Sandel,  Taylor and Contemporary Political Community, Carl K.Y. Shaw, Research Fellow, Center for Political Thought, Academia Sinica

15:25-15:50 Hironori Ito, Professor, Faculty of Law, Kumamoto University

15:50-16:00 Comment by Nobutaka Miura

16:00-16:10 Reply by Professor Michael Sandel

16:10-16:30 Q&A

 

Day 2, March 21 Cross- Cultural Dialogue of Public Philosophies between East Asia and America

Morning

Section Four East Asian Tradition and Public Philosophy: China and Korea

Chaired by

10:00 -10:40 Keynote speech: State-Building’s Discontent-China’s Reform in Search for a Public Philosophy by Qiang LI, Professor, School of Government, Peking University

10:40-10:50 Comment by

10:50-11:00 Q&A

11:00-11:25 Confucianism: Communitarian or Perfectionist?, Joseph Chan, Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong

11:25-11:50 Public-Common Philosophy of Tri-Dimensional Thinking and Han Thought, Bong-Jin Kim, Professor, Kitakyushu University

11:50-12:00 Comment by Mon-Han Tsai, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chiba University

12:00-12:20 Q&A

12:20-13:00 Lunch

Afternoon

Section Five Democracy in East Asia and Civic Virtues

Chaired by Joseph Chan, Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong

13:00-13:25 Back to the Future: Repositioning Civil Society in Korea’s Democracy after Democratisation, Sung Ho Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Politics and International Relations, Yonsei University

13:25-13:50 Civic Virtues in the East Asian Democracy, Hisakazu Inagaki, Professor, Tokyo Christian University

13:50-14:00 Comment by Masataka Yasutake, Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Kansai University

14:00-14:20 Q&A

14:20-14:40 Coffee Break

Section Six Towards Global Public Philosophy

Chaired by Hisakazu Inagaki, Professor, International Christian University

14:40-15:05 From Clash of Civilization to the Possibilities of Understanding of Cross-cultures in the Age of Globalization, Ying-Wen Tsai, Research Fellow and Director, Center for Political Thought, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

15:05-15:30 The Idea and Scope of Glocal Public Philosophy, Naoshi Yamawaki, Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo

15:30-15:40 Comment by Lawrence Hamilton, Professor, Department of Politics University of Johannesburg and Affiliated Lecturer, Department of Politics, University of Cambridge

15:40-16:00 Q&A

 

Section Seven Concluding Panel Discussion

Chaired by Masaya Kobayashi, Professor and Director of Center for Public Philosophy, Chiba University

16:10-17:00 Panelists: Michael Sandel, Lawrence Hamilton, Naoshi Yamawaki, Joseph Chan, Qiang Li, Sung Ho Kim

17:00-17:10 Closing Remarks by Ying-Wen Tsai, Research Fellow and Director, Center for Political Thought, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

 

 
 
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