VALUES AND JUSTICE IN THE GLOBAL ERA
Venue: Kavala city
|Event Date/Time: Jul 20, 2006||End Date/Time: Jul 27, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 20, 2006|
|Paper Submission Date: Apr 30, 2006|
1.Greek philosophical thought and its conceptions of values in relation to the contemporary situation.
2.Traditional views concerning the role of the virtues in relation to political practices and Justice.
3.Philosophy of values in the modern and contemporary world (notion and content of values, ontology and metaphysics of values, kinds of values, new values and the dialectic of values).
4.Economic values, competition and the problem of justice in the global era.
5. Theoretical conceptions of justice, old and new, within the process of globalization in our global era.
6.Axiological reconstructions and differentiations and the multiplicity of the forms of life on the global framework today. The desirability, efficacy, utility of global ethics and the features that characterize it.
7. Power, values and the common good of humanity understood as wellbeing and the relevance of Justice (nature and values, social, ethical standards and political articulation of power and Justice).