2013-14

  • The Muslim veil and women's rights: autonomy-promoting education as a possible solution
  • Freedom of Political Speech: Far-Right Parties, a Slippery Slope
  • Right of Admittance Reserved: Obligations and the Right to Exclude
  • The Global Distribution of Education: Its Value and Practical Implications
  • Should states ensure media diversity?
  • Education and a Maximinimizing Principle
  • Do our Obligations to Future Generations require a Steady State Economy?
  • Does the non-identity problem challenge the view that we have moral obligations to prevent climate change?
  • Should they stay of may they go? On the permissibility of retaining skilled workers in some cases of brain drain
  • Basis for a Code of Ethics for Professional Politicians
  • The Moral Wrong of HIV Transmission
  • The Challenges to Indigenous Self-Determination within the Colonial Framework of the BC Treaty Process
  • The Individual, Economic Freedom, Society
  • Unilateral Secession in Liberal Democracies: The Case of Catalonia
  • Equality and Difference? Can Sharia marriage and divorce laws be compatible with the requirements of a democratic society?
  • Analysis of "A New Beginning" based on the theory of judgment
  • The Distributive Justice of Waves for Surfing
  • Is a permanent prohibition on the use of Lethal Autonomous Weapons justified?
  • The Humanitarian Intervention in Lybia between Legitimacy and Legality
  • Marketing to children: a neo-Republican perspective
  • Political Legitimacy and Institutional Innovation

 

2012-13

  • "Practicing Utopian Wonder as a Technique of the Self" with the Music of Steven "Flying Lotus" Ellison.
  • John Gray's Myth of Progress: Science, Ethics and Politics.
  • Debating indirect discrimination: the case of Roma in the recent European jurisprudence.
  • Entrenchment of Democratic Rights. A review of three cases.
  • The case for including resource allocation in the debate on legalising euthanasia.
  • An evolutionary debunking explanation of nationalism. On error theory, cosmopolitan chimps and nationalistic bees.
  • Equality through effort? Possibilities and limitations of an effort-based egalitarian model of distribution.
  • Equality in innovation: women in STEM careers
  • The fictional dichotomy of inequality
  • "Untargeted" killing in targeted killing: problems of justification and their implications
  • The broken social contract. A case for violent civil disobedience.
  • Republicanism, radical democracy and the participatory demands of the 15-M movement.
  • Can nationalism be justified as a means to democratic ends? In Giuseppe Massini's A Cosmopolitan of Nations
  • Legitimacy of executive power on foreign policy - Rethinking of Lockean approach of federative power -
  • Flexicurity in the European Union: can social justice still be achieved without protecting labor?
  • The structural impossibility between Justice and Culture: Justice as sublimation and projection
  • Authentic love as the mutual recognition of two liberties and the revelation of self
  • Judicial review and democracy: the ideal or the inevitable?
  • The human right to a safe environment: proposal for the future

 

2011-12

  • Social Justice and the Family
  • Equal and Sufficient Education. Justice in the Distribution of Positional and Non-Positional Educational Goods
  • Is it illegitimate the interference with the applicant's private life in Peck v. the United Kingdom case?
  • Egalitarianism, Efficiency and Occupational Choice
  • Justice in health care under resource constraints. Ageing and technological change
  • Authority and Power in the Narrative of Military Disobedience
  • Richard Rorty's "Liberal Utopia": Ethics without Foundations? An Interpretation of Rorty's Metaethical Assumptions
  • Nationalist Thought and Immigration. An analysis of Catalan Nationalist Formulations of Nationhood and Immigration
  • The Blurring of the Civilian Combatant Dichotomy: A Film Analysis
  • "Squaring the Circle": The Paradox of Foundations
  • Purifying and repressing: pushing aside the filth in Wallace's Infinite Jest
  • Dog Ethics. A Recognition of Duties Towards our Canine Companions
  • Biological Interpretation of Mental Illness excludes external causes of depression and thus enables social control
  • Can Rawlsians Deliver Gender Equality?
  • Two readings of the Service Conception. A Critical Approach
  • Rescuing Promises from Conventionalism
  • Revising Hayek in light of the financial crisis: evolutionary changes in markets and the role of individual liberty in securing human progress
  • Who should be granted asylum? In search of a normative justification of the duty to grant asylum, and of the current regime's restricted recognition of "the persecuted"
  • Uncertainty, Risk and Luck Egalitarianism

 

2010-11

  • Legitimate Political Authority and International Institutions: towards Human Rights
  • Concepto de autodeterminación en Will Kymlicka y en Michel Seymour: una aproximación analítica
  • Independent Financial Institutions and Democracy
  • How to Solve Consequential and Deontological Arguments
  • Why do EU symbols fail in "constructing" a European Collective Identity?
  • Moral Autonomy and the Egalitarian Ethos