"Sen, Rawls - and Sisyphus"
Indian Journal of Human Development 5 (2011) - Symposium on Amartya Sen's The Idea of Justice, 197-210.
"Why Relational Egalitarians Should Care About Distributions"
in: Social Theory and Practice, Vol. 37, No. 3 (July 2011): 365-390
Critique of the structure of justification - An angle for a critical political theory
Suhrkamp Verlag, September 2011
"Bridging the Gap: Global Justice in Global Health Research"
Julian Culp and Nicole Hassoun
in: Dane Scott (ed.), Debating Science: Deliberation, Values and the Common Good (Amherst: Prometheus, 2011).
"Reciprocity in Economic Games"
Julian Culp and Heiner Schumacher
Analyse & Kritik 33/1 (2011), 349-64.
"Why it matters for a theory of justice whether it is of use in practice"
in: Christoph Amman, Barbara Bleisch und Anna Goppel (Hg.), Müssen Ethiker moralisch sein? (Frankfurt/M. und New York: Campus, 2011), 302-12.
Social Justice, Global Dynamics: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives
Ayelet Banai, Miriam Ronzoni, Christian Schemmel (eds.)
London: Routledge 2011
"Life is not a camping trip - on the desirability of Cohenite socialism"
Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, forthcoming, available on Early View (peer-reviewed)
“Which Supranational Sovereignty? Socio-economic Justice and International Criminal Law Compared” (with Elisa Orrú)
Review of International Studies, forthcoming, available on Early View (peer reviewed)
The Right to Justification: Elements of a Constructivist Theory of Justice
Rainer Forst; Translated by Jeffrey Flynn
New York: Columbia University Press 2011, December 2011
Einführung in die politische Philosophie
Robin Celikates, Stefan Gosepath
Reclam Verlag 2013
Research Areas and Goals
Justitia Amplificata ("Rethinking Justice - Applied and Global") is a Centre for Advanced Studies (Kolleg-Forschergruppe) at the Goethe-Universität of Frankfurt am Main, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Forum for political theorists and philosophers
The Centre constitutes a new forum for political theorists, philosophers, and empirical social scientists interested in normative, applied and interdisciplinary questions of justice. Its main goals are to bring together the theoretical and methodological perspectives of diverse approaches in political theory and philosophy with respect to normative debates about justice, and to investigate the question of how empirical research is relevant for how justice ought to be theorized.
Regular research workshops and conferences
Members of the Centre conduct individual and joint research projects and work in collaboration with senior and junior scholars coming to Frankfurt to conduct their research projects at the Centre. To this end, the Centre runs two fellowship programmes, for early-career and established researchers, and an additional visiting fellowship programme. The Centre also holds regular research workshops, conferences and seminars. It enjoys cooperation with the University's Cluster of Excellence, 'The Formation of Normative Orders'. Through workshops, conferences and publications, the Centre serves as a forum for dissemination of knowledge in its fields of research, and for exchange of expertise with policy-makers and scholars in the empirical social sciences. The Centre is funded for an initial period of four years by a grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG), with the aim of establishing, in the longer run, a stable research centre on questions of justice at the University of Frankfurt.
For further information, please contact our administrative officer, Ms Valérie Bignon: email@example.com