Daniel Viehoff is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at New York University. His research focuses on political, legal, and moral philosophy. He is especially interested in questions of political authority and legitimacy, and in democratic theory. Daniel is currently completing a book manuscript on the special duties we have to obey democratically made decisions. In addition he is doing work on the nature of voting rights and the justification of democratic enfranchisement.
This podcast is an audio recording of Dr. Viehoff's talk - 'Serving the Governed' - at the Aristotelian Society on 5 June 2017. The recording was produced by Backdoor Broadcasting Company.