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RENOWNED CON LAW SCHOLAR HOSTED BY INSTITUTE FOR LAW AND PHILOSOPHY

In March, Cass Sunstein, the Karl N. Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Chicago Law School and Department of Political Science, presented “Why Does the American Constitution Lack Social and Economic Guarantees?” The lecture was co-sponsored by Penn’s Institute for Law and Philosophy and the Program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.

The Institute for Law and Philosophy hosted several distinguished scholars this academic year as part of the Legal Theory Workshop series. Among the presenters this year: David Sobel of Bowling Green University presented “Practical Reasons and Mistakes of Practical Rationality;” Mark Greenberg, professor of Philosophy at Princeton presented “The Conditions for Legal Content: A Necessary Connection Between Law and Value;” Jeff McMahan of the University of Illinois presented “Preventing the Existence of People with Disabilities;” Jules Coleman of Yale Law School presented “Methodology in Legal Theory;” and Scott Shapiro of Cardozo Law School presented “Law, Plans and Practical Reason.”
 
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