Open Society Research Platform, OSUN
OSUN Talks 2: Conflict and Polarisation in Open Societies
Deadline Expired on June 4, 2021June 4, 2021
9-11am (New York) / 3-5pm (Vienna)
This discussion aims to address two overarching questions:
- What is the role of conflict and polarisation in open societies? More specifically, are conflict and polarisation existential threats to, necessary evils of, or (potentially) productive and progressive phenomena in open societies?
- How, if at all, can the concept of open society help us to analyse the phenomena of conflict and polarisation? More specifically, does a (re)engagement with the concept of open society allow us to reimagine mechanisms of democratic action and overcome the current moral, social, and political impasse?
John Thrasher / Chapman University
Giunia Gatta / Bocconi University
Adam Ramsay / openDemocracy
Renáta Uitz / Central European University
Christof Royer / Central European University
The Open Society Research Platform seeks to revitalise the debate on open society, make it more vibrant, rigorous, nuanced, and relevant to the specific challenges of today’s world.
Registration deadline is June 4.Register for this workshop here.
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