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先端国際コンファレンス
社会正義と多文化主義
SOCIAL JUSTICE AND MULTICULTURALISM

使用言語:英語と日本語
Language: English & Japanese

社会正義と多文化主義 
SOCIAL JUSTICE AND MULTICULTURALISM
国際コンファレンス,3月24日(土)・25日(日)
International Conference, March 24 (Saturday) & 25(Sunday), 2007
立命館大学創思館1階 コンファレンスルーム
Ritsumeikan University, Soshikan 1st floor, Conference Room

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コンファレンスの目的
従来,福祉政策は国民国家とともに進展してきた.福祉を支える権利や正義の規範もまた,もっぱら一国家における同質な市民性との関係で考えられるきらいがあった.だが,近年,経済のグローバル化と人口移動を背景として,この同質性は多文化性に道を譲りはじめている.単一文化の神話が根強い国(例えば日本)も,その例外ではない.このことは,既存の権利の適用範囲のみならず,権利概念や正義規範,それらを論ずる方法や前提それ自体の見直しを余儀なくするだろう.本コンファレンスの目的は,異なる国と地平から学者を招き,相互の知見を比較検討する作業を通じて,この作業に着手することにある.

The purpose of the conference
Until now welfare policies developed within the framework of Nation-States. Rights and the norms of justice have also been generally thought of in relation to the homogenized citizenry of such States. However, recently, through economic globalization and migration this homogeneity has given way to multiculturalism in places which seemed securely anchored in a homogeneous culture. This situation urges to rethink not only the range of existing rights but also our conceptions of right or justice themselves. The purpose of this conference is to initiate this reexamination by inviting scholars of different countries and horizons to compare their insights on this issue.


コンファレンスの課題
本コンファレンスでは,2つのタイプの政策とそれを支える規範理論の相互関係が探求される.1つは,普遍的な福祉政策とそれを支える正義の理論であり,他の1つは,多文化政策とそれを支える多文化主義の理論である.従来,両者は,個人の権利(あるいは一般の権利)と集団の権利(あるいはマイノリティの権利)との対立として捉えられてきた.だが,それを越える問題がここには潜まれているはずだ.本コンファレンスでは,政治的葛藤の変化に着目することによって,また,個人的権利からマイノリティ請求権への視点の移動にともなう論点の進化に着目することによって,両者の関係を問い直したい.そのうえで,2つの<政策>とそれを支える<規範理論>を再構築したい.


Targeted Issues
In this conference, we want to inquire into the relationship between the two types of social policies and the normative theories that legitimize them. The first type is that of universal welfare policies and the theories of justice that underlies them. The other is that of multicultural policies and of normative theories of multicultural justice. The relations between these two approaches have usually been thought in terms of a debate between individual rights or majority rights on the one hand and group rights or minority rights on the other. It seems to us important to go beyond this debate, especially by focusing on the changing nature of political conflicts and on the way in which issues can evolve from being represented in terms of individual rights to being viewed in terms of minority claims. Beyond this, our final goal is to re-conceptualize the relation between the two types of social policies and the normative theories on which they rest.



参加者
Participants:
Chairperson:


MONTE Cassim (Vice Chancellor of Ritsumeikan, President of APU, Japan); NISHI Masahiko (Dean, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); TOMINAGA, Shigeki (Professor, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, Japan); HAGIWARA Yasuo (Professor, School of Human Studies, Taisho University, Japan).
Translator:
NOAH, McCormack (Associate Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan).

Lecturer;
BELL, Daniel (Professor, Philosophy Department, Tsinghuan University, China); CALLARI-GALLI, Matilde (Professor, Department of Education, University of Bologna, Italy); CROCKER, David (Senior Research Scholar, Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland, USA); Dumouchel, Paul (Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); EADES, Jeremy (Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APU, Japan); Gotoh, Reiko (Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); NAGATA, Atsumasa (Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); Nishikawa, Nagao (Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); OHSAWA, Masachi (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan); OKA, Keinosuke (Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan); HATANO Lilian Terumi (Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Konan Women’s University, Japan); TOMELLERI, Stefano (Professor, University of Bergamo, Italy); SOSOÉ, Lukas (Professor, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg).

スケジュール(仮)
Tentative Schedule

(Note: Each speaker is allowed a period of 50 minutes, part of which he/she may reserve for questions from the audience.)



Saturday March 24
Morning
Chairperson: NISHI Masahiko (Dean, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
9:30: Opening Remarks
09:45 – 10:35 NISHIKAWA, Nagao
(Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
「多文化主義の不正義」“The Injustice of Multiculturalism”
10:40 – 11:30 CALLARI-GALLI, Matilde
(Professor, Department of Education, University of
Bologna, Italy)
「人権と文化的相違のダイナミックスに関する人類学的パースペクティブ」
“Human Rights and Anthropological Perspectives on the Dynamics of Cultural Differences”
11:35 – 12:25 OKA, Keinosuke
(Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
    「<法の支配>と潜在能力の縮減――南アフリカ農村女性の事例から」 
“ ‘The Rule of Law’ and the Reduction of Capacity – Rural Women in South Africa”
12:25 – 14:00 Lunch
昼食
<Afternoon>
Chairperson: TOMINAGA, Shigeki
(Professor, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, Japan)  
14:00 – 14:50 EADES, Jeremy (Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APU, Japan)
    「多文化主義と対立する社会正義――ポスト9・11時代の移住と人権について」
“Multiculturalism and Social Justice in Reverse: Migration and Human Rights in the Post 9/11 Era”
14:55 – 15:45 HATANO Lilian Terumi
(Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Konan Women’s University, Japan)
「外国人学校・民族学校:社会正義を考えるー日本におけるブラジル人学校の事例を通してー」
“Foreign and Ethnic Schools: a matter of social justice. The case of Brazilian schools in Japan”
15:45 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 16:50 NAGATA, Atsumasa
(Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
    「統合と差異化―90年代以降に来日した在日フィリピン人の社会関係」
“Integration and Difference: Post-1990 Filipino Migrants in Japan”
16:55 – 17:45 BELL, Daniel (Professor, Philosophy Department, Tsinghuan University, China)
「平等主義的社会のための階級的儀礼――荀子から現代世界まで」
“Hierarchical Rituals for Egalitarian Societies: From Xunzi to the Modern World”
17:45 – General discussion
   一般的討議




Sunday March 25
Morning
Chairperson: HAGIWARA Yasuo (Professor, School of Human Studies, Taisho University, Japan)
10:15 – 11:05 TOMELLERI, Stefano (Professor, University of Bergamo, Italy)
    「イスラムの自殺と人権の開かれた次元」
“Islamic Suicide and the Open Horizon of Human Rights
11:10 – 12:00 OHSAWA, Masachi
(Associate Professor, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan)
    「多文化主義の収斂」
“The Conversion of Multiculturalism”
12:00 – 13:45 Lunch
<Afternoon>
Chairperson: MONTE Cassim (Vice Chancellor of Ritsumeikan, President of APU, Japan)
13:45 – 14:35 CROCKER, David
(Senior Research Scholar, Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland, USA)
    「文化的自由・民主主義・グローバル・ジャスティス」
“Cultural Liberty, Democracy and Global Justice”
14:40 – 15:30 GOTOH, Reiko
(Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
    「多文化社会における社会的選択」
“Social Choice in Multicultural Societies”
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 – 16:35 SOSOÉ, Lukas (Professor, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
    「平等な市民性の承認のポリティックス――フランスの事例より」
“The Politics of Recognition or Equal Citizenship: the case of France”
16:40 – 17:30 DUMOUCHEL, Paul
(Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
    「平等と承認」
“Equality and Recognition”
17: 35 – General discussion & closing remark
    一般討議と閉会の辞

Translator: NOAH, McCormack (Associate Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

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