In the face of postnationalism and globalism, does the republican political tradition have a future? Gregory Smith argues that restoring the vitality of this tradition requires a return to its phenomenological roots and offers Cicero as an exemplar of the phenomenological approach to thinking about politics.
Lunch will be provided. Spaces are limited; those wishing to attend should RSVP to Patrick Hough.
Gregory Smith is Professor of Political Science and Philosophy at Trinity College.