Abstract: As the core premise of modern moral and political philosophy, equality commands more allegiance than investigation. The question of its historical emergence as a social and political ideal has generally been set aside in favor of tracing the harmful legacies of different forms of inequality.
Political Philosophy Colloquium
Alan Patten, Director
The Program in Political Philosophy presents a colloquium for graduate students and faculty in which scholars from Princeton and elsewhere lead seminars on a broad range of topics of interest to the University’s political philosophy community. The University Center for Human Values and the Department of Politics co-sponsor the colloquium.