IVR WORLD CONGRESS

Justice, Community and Freedom

Welcome to the 30th biennial World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy. The congress will take place in Bucharest, Romania, from 3-8 July 2022. The organization is a joint effort, combining the knowledge and resources of the IVR with those of Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University and of the Romanian Association for the Philosophy of Law
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IVR PRESIDENT AND EC'S PLENARY PANEL ON THE WAR IN UKRAINE

10 REASONS TO ATTEND
THE 2022 ivr world congress

Substance
Major keynote speaker scholars
Anniversary edition
Commemorate Rawls and Hegel
Diversity
Romanian heritage
A beautiful country
A prosperous city
A modern campus
Sanitary safety

SUBMIT A PAPER!

We welcome submission of academic papers from all participants. You may submit title and abstract directly to us, using the Registration form, in which case your presentation will later be assigned to a suitable Working Group. If you wish to participate in a particular Special Workshop, please contact convenors directly. All Workshop convenors are free to organize the workshop sessions as they see fit, so please do not hesitate to ask for details by following the provided e-mail address for each SW. All participants, either in Working Groups or in Special Workshops must register for the Congress. Please find more information at FAQs.

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JOHN RAWLS (1921-2002)
American moral and political philosopher, often been described as one of the most influential political philosophers of the 20th century, whose main works have shaped the identity of contemporary political philosophy issues. Main books: A Theory of Justice (1971), Political Liberalism (1993), The Law of Peoples (1999).
G.W.F. HEGEL (1770-1831)
German philosopher, one of the founding figures of Western philosophy, his influence extending to the entire range of contemporary philosophical issues, from aesthetics to ontology and politics. Main books: The Phenomenology of Spirit (1807), Science of Logic (1812), Elements of the Philosophy of Right (1821).
INITIALLY SET FOR 2021, THE EVENT WAS POSTPONED FOR A YEAR, DUE TO THE PANDEMIC CRISIS AFFECTING THE WHOLE WORLD. NEVERTHELESS OUR SPIRITUAL HERITAGE WILL ACCOMPANY US TO A HOPEFULLY SAFER AND BRIGHTER 2022. THE EVENT COMMEMORATES G.W.F. HEGEL AND JOHN RAWLS, CELEBRATING 200 YEARS OF HEGEL’S FORMIDABLE GRUNDLINIEN DER PHILOSOPHIE DES RECHTS, THE CENTENNIAL OF JOHN RAWLS'S BIRTH AND THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIS THEORY OF JUSTICE.