Frankfurt Lectures

In each of the Frankfurt Lectures an outstanding international scholar is invited to address a particular aspect of the formation of normative orders in a theoretically innovative and topical manner in a series of two consecutive lectures.

Past events:

Frankfurt Lecture X
Friedrich Kratochwil: Theorie der politischen Praxis?
24 and 25 October 2016

Frankfurt Lecture IX
Liam B. Murphy: Private Law and Public Illusion
2 and 3 May 2016

Frankfurt Lecture VIII
James Scott: The Late-Neolithic Multi-species Re-settlement Camp and the Earliest States
1 and 2 June 2015

Frankfurt Lecture VII
R. Jay Wallace: Bilateral Morality
1 and 2 July 2013

Frankfurt Lecture VI
Philip Pettit: Distinguishing Justice and Democracy
30 and 31 January 2012

Frankfurt Lecture V
Martti Koskenniemi: International Law and Empire: Historical Lessons

9. und 10. Mai 2011

Frankfurt Lecture IV
Jonathan Israel: Philosophy and Revolution in the late 18th Century: a Reinterpretation

8. und 9. November 2010

Frankfurt Lecture III
Frank I. Michelman: The Case of Liberty

17. und 18. Mai 2010

Frankfurt Lecture II
Nancy Fraser: The Crisis of Capitalism

19. und 20. April 2010

Frankfurt Lecture I
Charles Larmore: Vernunft und Subjektivität

2. und 3. November 2009


Headlines

Letter of Concern and Support Regarding the Cluster of Excellence “Normative Ordnungen”

After the negative result of the DFG Excellence Strategy competition for Normative Orders, Seyla Benhabib and Charles Larmore, Members of our International Advisory Board, wrote an open letter to express their concern about the future of the Cluster and their strong support for it. More...

Leibniz-Preis für Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln


Prof. Dr. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Professorin für Makroökonomie und Entwicklung und Principal Investigator des Exzellenzclusters "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen", ist Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Preisträgerin 2018. Das gab die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft am 14. Dezember 2017 bekannt. Mehr...

Upcoming Events

22 February 2018, 6pm

Frankfurter Kolloquium für Internetforschung V: Linda Monsees (Normative Ordnungen, Frankfurt am Main): Fake News als Herausforderung für demokratisches Regieren. More...

1 and 2 March 2018

1st Goethe University Frankfurt-Leiden University Conference: Critical Theory Revisited: The Intertwining of Exploitation and Domination. More...

Latest Media

Sem Essa, Aranha und Belair Films: Der brasilianische Underground und das Cinema Marginal in den 1970er Jahren

Fernão Pessoa Ramos
Lecture and Film "Tropical Underground: Das brasilianische Cinema Marginal und die Revolution des Kinos"

The Politics of Migration: Testing the Boundaries of Membership

Speaker: Andreas Cassee. Comments: Caleb Yong & Anuscheh Farahat. Chair: Darrel Moellendorf
Second Annual Goethe-Göttingen Critical Exchange

New full-text Publications

Röß, Johannes (2017):

Die paradoxe Freiheit des Geldes. Eine sozialphilosophische Perspektive im Anschluss an Simmel und Marx. Normative Orders Working Paper 03/2017. More...

Forst, Rainer (2017):

The Justification of Basic Rights: A Discourse-Theoretical Approach. Normative Orders Working Paper 02/2017. More...