Victor Muniz-Fraticelli

Academic title(s): 

Associate Professor

Contact Information
Address: 

855 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 2T7

Phone: 
514-398-6415
Email address: 
victor.muniz [at] mcgill.ca
Position: 
Associate Professor, Department of Law
Office: 
Ferrier 420
Curriculum vitae: 
Research areas: 
Political Theory
Areas of interest: 

Pluralism (legal, political, and meta-ethical)
Jurisprudence and legal theory, constitutional law, private law
Theories of justice; intergenerational justice

Selected publications: 

Publications

  • The Structure of Pluralism (Under contract, Oxford University Press)
  • “An ephemeral monstrosity? Administrative despotism in the risk society” in a collection on Le Droit aux temps du risque / Law in the Time of Risk [Montréal: Thémis, forthcoming]
  • “What Justice Entails” in Les Atéliers de l’Éthique 6, no. 2 (Fall 2011)
  • “A nexus with religion” in What is Religion? Defining Religion in Secular Society, (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s, forthcoming)
  • “The problem of a perpetual constitution,” in Axel GOSSERIES and Lukas MEYER, eds., Intergenerational Justice (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)
  • “El Triste Drama Humano: La Teoría del Derecho de Antonio S. Negrón García”, Interamerican University of Puerto Rico Law Review, 35(2): 227-233 (2001)

Reviews and encylopedia entries

  • “Jean Bodin” in Encyclopedia of Political Theory edited by Marc BEVIR (Los Angeles: Sage, 2010)
  • Review of Henry S. RICHARDSON, Democratic Autonomy: Public Reasoning about the Ends of Policy, in Ethics(forthcoming)
  • Review of Eric J. MITNICK, Rights, Goups, and Self-Invention: Group-Differentiated Rights in Liberal Theory, in Law and Politics Book Review http://www.bsos.umd.edu/gvpt/lpbr/ (forthcoming)
  • Review of Axel GOSSERIES, Penser la justice entre les générations: de l'affaire Perruche à la réforme de retraites, in Ethics 115(2): 412-15 (2005)
  • Review of Harold J. BERMAN, Law and Revolution II: the Impact of the Protestant Reformations on the Western Legal Tradition, in Foundations of Political Theory Book Reviews http://www.political-theory.org/books (2004)
Group: 
Associate Professor