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Helder De Schutter is Assistant Professor in Social and Political Philosophy at KU Leuven. In 2013-2014, he will be a visiting faculty member at Princeton University supported by a Fung Global Fellowship. He works on linguistic justice, federalism and nationalism. He has held positions at Princeton University, the University of Oxford (Nuffield College) and at the Facultes Universitaires Saint-Louis (Brussels). He is also a guest professor at Universite Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve. Publications have appeared in journals like Inquiry, The Journal of Political Philosophy, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Metaphilosophy, CRISPP, and Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. David Robichaud is Assistant Professor in Moral and Political Philosophy at the University of Ottawa and a member of the Groupe de Recherche Interuniversitaire sur la Normativite (GRIN). His research project "(Dis)trust in diverse societies" is financed by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and has led to many publications. He also works on questions of social justice, his most recent publication on the subject being La juste part, an essay offering a new approach to questions of redistribution. The book was praised by the academic community, the media and the larger public and is in the process of being translated in English, Spanish and Cantonese. Finally, his work on linguistic justice has been published or accepted for publication in many journals and collective books, including most recently the Cambridge Companion to Language Policy (2012) and Philosophiques (2012). He is also co-editor of the online journal Ethics and Economics."
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