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Dilhac, Marc-Antoine

Research Fellow

  • Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Université de Montréal
  • Canada Research Chair in Public Ethics and Political Theory

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Dilhac, Marc-Antoine

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Marc-Antoine Dilhac is an Assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy and holds the Canada Research Chair in Public Ethics and Political Theory. He also leads the section Ethics & Politics of the Centre de recherche en éthique (CRÉ). In 2015, he was visiting professor at the University Lyon 3, at the Université Rennes 1 as part of the Chaire des Amériques de l’IDA-Rennes, as well as at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. His work focuses on one side on democratic egalitarianism and tolerance (secularism and multiculturalism) and on the other side on the issue of institutional corruption.

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Publications

Latest publications:  
    - « Qu’est-ce que la corruption? », in Pascal Brissette & Mathieu Lapointe (eds.), Corruption. Montréal et ses démons, Leméac, Montréal, 2016 (112 p.). 
    - « Tolérer les extrêmes », Esprit, october 2015, p. 23-32. 
    La tolérance, un danger pour la démocratie ? Théorie d’un impératif politique, Paris, Vrin, 2014. (238 p.). 
    - « L’irréductible conflictualité des concepts de justice chez John Rawls », Philosophie 122, éditions de Minuit, 2014, p. 53-71. 
    - Etant donné le pluralisme, Marc-Antoine Dilhac & Sophie Guérard de Latour (eds.), Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2013. (240 p.).

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