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Dr Felix Bender

Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Felix Bender

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  • Morality in the Refugee Regime? Arguing for More (Political) Realism in Admitting Refugees, Bender, F. 15 Apr 2024, In: Perspectives on Politics
  • Noncitizenism: Recognising Noncitizen Capabilities in a World of Citizens, written by Tendayi Bloom, Bender, F. Jul 2023, In: Journal of Moral Philosophy
  • Two-tier EU citizenship: Disposable Eastern European workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ulceluse, M., Bender, F. 1 May 2022, In: Organization
  • What's Political about Political Refugeehood? A Normative Reappraisal, Bender, F. 2022, In: Ethics & International Affairs
  • Enfranchising the disenfranchised: should refugees receive political rights in liberal democracies?, Bender, F. 2 Jan 2021, In: Citizenship Studies
  • Refugees: The Politically Oppressed, Bender, F. 1 Jun 2021, In: Philosophy and Social Criticism
  • Refugees, Development and Autocracies: On What Repairs the State System's Legitimacy, Bender, F. 2021, In: Ethical Perspectives
  • Should refugees govern refugee camps?, Bender, F. 1 Jul 2021, In: Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
  • Abolishing asylum and violating the human rights of refugees. Why is it tolerated?: The case of Hungary in the EU, Bender, F. 11 Feb 2020, Europe and the Refugee Response. A Crisis of Values?
  • What Makes the Public Special? Political Philosophy, Methodology and Politically Motivated Research, Bender, F. 2020, In: Australasian Philosophical Review

Politics PhD June 27 2020


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