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Seminar with Ezequiel Spector - Four Non-Identity Problems

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Please note that the format of the workshop is pre-read. The paper will be circulated in advance amongst those who register to attend.

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Ezequiel Spector is Assistant Professor at Torcuato Di Tella University. He obtained his law degree at Torcuato Di Tella University and holds a PhD in Legal Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. His research is in legal and political philosophy and constitutional theory. He has published several articles in prestigious journals in the field. His most recent publications include "The Bizarre World of Historical Theories of Justice – Revisiting Nozick’s Argument" (with Martín Hevia) (Social Theory and Practice) and "Do You Deserve To Be Talented?"(Utilitas).

He has also published an acclaimed book on argumentation and political debate Malversados: Cómo la falacia se apoderó del debate político (y cómo volver a la lógica de la argumentación) (Editorial Sudamericana, 2018).

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