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CLTDGThe CLTDG is an informal forum for discussing new and original research in legal, moral and political philosophy.

The meetings of the CLTDG will take place in an online format this year. Meetings will usually be on Tuesdays, between 11am and 1.00pm, fortnightly. Meetings are open to any member of the University, including visiting scholars. Academics and postgraduates from other countries and institutions are also welcome to attend. To get links and papers for meetings, please subscribe to our mailing list.

The CLTDG follows a pre-read format. The relevant papers together with the Zoom links will be circulated separately via email in advance.

Below are the meetings for the 2022 Easter Term:

5 May, 11.30am-1.30pm, Online

Shai Agmon (Oxford) "Two Concepts of Competition"

19 May, 11.30am-1.30pm, Online

Hafsteinn Kristjansson (Oxford) “The Puzzle of the Continued Validity of a Legal Norm”

2 June, 11.30am-1.30pm, Online

Cecile Degiovanni (Oxford) “The Puzzles of Negative Incompetence”

16 June, 11.30am-1.40pm, Online

Ismael Martinez Torres (Edinburgh) “Disagreement and (almost) Sameness of Concepts”

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Convenors for 2021-2022

Çağrı Gürkanlı, Daniela Dias, Duncan Wallace, Dan Ward and Brigitte Leal