This draft for further research attempts to navigate the longstanding tension between freedom, equality, and inequality in normative political theory. There is an undeniable gap between the ideals of numerical (absolute) equality—embodied in constitutions —and the realities of obscene social inequalities throughout the world.… Continue Reading “PHISO Working Paper Series: “Freedom without equality? Reinventing a floating balance of both” by Andreas Herberg-Rothe”
For the complete interview, click here. Below is an excerpt of the interview: What is the most important advice you could give to young scholars? At the risk of sounding simplistic, we could start with the premise that IR has long been associated with… Continue Reading “E-International Relations: Interview – Frances Cruz”
We are kindly reminding everyone that the deadline of submission of proposals is on June 30, 2021. Click here to submit your proposals.
With the upcoming #PHISO2021 Free Virtual International Conference on Global Anthropocene, it is very fitting to announce to our dearest members that on February 16, 2021 we successfully registered as participant of the United Nations Global Compact. As a participant, PHISO commits to: Support… Continue Reading “PHISO is now a registered participant of the United Nations Global Compact.”
PHISO warmly congratulates Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach, a steering member of the organization, for being admitted to the PhD program in Humanities and Communication at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach is an Assistant Professor of Philippine Studies at the Filipino… Continue Reading “Congratulations, Jeconiah Louis Dreisbach”