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- Dr. Joshua Cohen on Democracy & Personal Liberty: Immigration Reform and Elena Kagan and Dr. Peter N. Maduro on Psychological Trauma and the BP Oil Disaster
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- Joshua Cohen is a professor of law, political science, and philosophy at Stanford University, and director of the Program on Global Justice at FSI. Dr. Cohen's many publications on political philosophy include several written with University of Michigan law professor Joel Rogers: On Democracy (1983); Inequity and Intervention: The Federal Budget and Central America (1986); Rules of the Game (1986); and Associations and Democracy (1995). A first volume of his selected papers, Philosophy, Politics, Democracy is being published by Harvard University Press (fall 2009), and A Free Community of Equals: Rousseau on Democracy is forthcoming from Oxford University Press (spring 2010).
Dr. Peter Maduro is a clinical and forensic psychologist with a private psychotherapy practice in Santa Monica, California. Dr. Maduro's clinical approach is psychoanalytic in orientation, meaning that his focus is on emotional life and the interpersonal contexts in which it develops and is transformed. He has a special interest and expertise in understanding emotional trauma. In his forensic psychology practice, Dr. Maduro integrates his expertise in psychology with knowledge of the civil and criminal legal system that he garnered from his former career as a lawyer.