Joseph Howard Carens is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Toronto and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. His main research has been in the areas of immigration, multiculturalism, and market equality. He has also founded the course “Approaches to Political Theory” at the University of Toronto and remains drawn to methodological questions and challenges within the discipline of political theory.
On experimental philosophy and national liberalism
On which methods should philosophers rely? How can we fight inequality and injustice? And what is the role of the nation-state? An interview about political philosophy with Oxford professor David Miller.