Intriguing presentation on Kant and Vattel by Emeritus Professor Ian Hunter

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On Friday the 28th of September 2012,  Emeritus Professor Ian Hunter from Queensland Australia presented a Public Lecture, sponsored by the Platform on “Cosmopolitan Metaphysics & Territorial Diplomacy - Kant & Vattel on International Justice”

 
02/10/2012

On Friday the 28th of September 2012,  Emeritus Professor Ian Hunter from Queensland Australia presented a Public Lecture, sponsored by the Platform on “Cosmopolitan Metaphysics & Territorial Diplomacy - Kant & Vattel on International Justice”

 

Platform Co-Director ,  Paul du Gay (CBS, IOA) described Ian Hunter  as ‘ a leading historian of early modern political, juridical, and religious thought. His relentless dissection of anti-statist thinking both past and present, has special resonance with the work of the Platform, not least the project on 'the stateless state' which we support, and which seeks to trace the presence and effects of anti-statist thinking in contemporary programmes of public management reform'.

The platform also had the pleasure of welcoming his two interlocutors, CBS Professors Grahame Thompson, and Mitchell Dean, who gave  responses to Ian’s talk. Get Ian Hunter's presentationAs we are experiences some technical problems with uploading the program, please contact us by email publicprivateplatform@cbs.dk and we will forward the presentation to you.

 

 

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