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ЮрПодія. XXV Всесвітній конгрес з філософії права – В. Бігун узяв участь на запрошення

14.08.2011

Тема: філософія права / philosophy of law

У Німеччині розпочав роботу XXV Всесвітній конгрес з філософії права. Конгрес, що триватиме 15-20 серпня 2011 року на базі Франкфуртського університету, організовується кожні два роки Міжнародною асоціацією філософії права та соціальної філософії.

В’ячеслав Бігун узяв участь у роботі Конгресу на запрошення організаторів. Це другий Всесвітній конгрес за його участі. У 2009 року він узяв участь у Конгресі в Китаї, де зокрема презентував колективну монографію «Правосуддя: філософське та теоретичне осмислення».

У роботі Конгресу беруть участь кількасот учасників – провідних філософів права, соціальних філософів, правознавців світу. Україну цьогоріч представлено п’ятьма учасниками, зокрема такими як С. І. Максимов, О. В. Стовба, О. О. Мережко, В. В. Войчишин та В. С. Бігун. Конгрес - найпредставницький у світі форум спеціалістів у сфері філософії та права.

Світлина: Українські учасники Конгресу разом із російськими під час відкриття Конгресу 14 серпня 2011 року (зліва направо): М. Антонов, В. Архіпов, К. Тімошіна, О. Стовба, В. Войчишин, А. Поляков, С. Максивов, В. Бігун

Додаткова інформація

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  • Учасники (виступаючі)

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Adachi, Hidehiko, Universität Kanazawa, Die Freiheitslehre von Gustav Radbruch, SW 7

 

Adams, M., Tilburg University / The Netherlands, The Role of Dutch Medical Ethical Committees in Bio-medical Issues such as Euthanasia, SW 71

 

Adams, Maurice, Tilburg / The Netherlands, ‘Dialogue’ in public decision-making, SW 1

 

Adams, Maurice, Tilburg University / The Netherlands, Judicial transnational dialogue: a tale of two democratic stories, SW 1

 

Adeodato, João Maurício, Pernambuco / Brazil, Answers Of Legal Dogmatics To Two Important Problems Of The Philosophy Of Law, WG 32

 

Agrawal, Krishna, Jaipur / India, Law, Morality and Science, WG 11

 

Aguiar de Oliveira, Julio + Barreto Sampaio Júnior, Rodolpho, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais and Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto / Brazil + Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais and Faculdade de Direito Milton Campos / Brazil, Good fences make good neighbors: an investigation on the place of law and its limits in the context of the Brazilian private law movement Escola do Direito Civil-Constitucional, SW 25

 

Akanmidu, Raphael Ädebisi, Ilorin / Nigeria, Moral issues in the rule of recognition, WG 29

 

Aki, Emine Irem, Ankara / Turkey, Examination of Fuller’s Generality Principle and Its Relation to His ‘view of man’, WG 31

 

Akkaraca, Melike, Istanbul Kultur University / Turkey, Judicial Balancing Between Civil Rights and National Security in Turkey, SW 22

 

Albers, Marion, Hamburg / Germany, Human Rights and Human Nature, SW 2

 

Albers, Marion, University of Hamburg / Germany, Fundamental Rights and Values in the Discussions about Genetic Engineering and Enhancement, SW 2

 

Albert, Marta, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos / Spain, Natural Law and the Phenomenological Given, SW 12

 

Alexy, Robert, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, The Existence of Human Rights (Special Lecture), PL

 

Allegretti, Giovanni, CES, Coimbra / Portugal, ICT Technologies within the Grammar of Participatory Budgeting: Tensions and Challenges of a Mainly “Subordinate Clause” Approach, SW 30

 

Almeida, Danilo + Lois, Cecilia, Maceio in Aalagos / Brazil, Legal Theory and Epistemic Values: against authoritary interpretativism, WG 2

 

Almog, Shulamith, University of Haifa / Israel, Where Law is an Invisible Maker – Blade Runner as a Legal Dystopia, SW 23

 

Altwicker, Tilmann, Zürich / Switzerland and Budapest / Hungary, Rechtsethik als Common Law-Philosophie – Die Methode der rechtsethischen Rekonstruktion von Menschenrechten, SW 5

 

Alzamora, Jorge, Caracas / Chile, The application of the precautionary principle on the use of nanoparticles, WG 26

 

Amatrudo, Anthony + Wefelmeyer, Fritz, United Kingdom, Nazi Law: the Censuring of Modernist Culture and the Elimination of Memory Formation, SW 24

 

Amatrudo, Anthony, Sunderland / UK, Nazi Law: the censuring of modernist culture and the elimination of memory formation, WG 8

 

Amaya, Amalia, Institute for Philosophical Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Exemplars, Legal Reasoning, and Legal Ethics, SW 64

 

Amaya, Amalia, Institute of Philosophical Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Legal Reasoning as Re-description: Murdoch, Facts, and Values, SW 67

 

Amicolo, Romina, Napoli / Italy, The Italian Law on the mediation in civil and commercial matters: the problems of its italian unconstitutionality and its European accordance. The philosophical implication of a possible conflict, SW 20

 

Amicolo, Romina, University of Naples Federico II / Italy, Bellum iustum: War and justice in classical antiquity, SW 40

 

Amorim, Ana Rosa, Maceio in Aalagos / Brazil, Neurolaw: how the concept of a Universal Juridical Grammar can provide a return to physis, WG 25

 

Anderheiden, Michael, Heidelberg / Germany, Regulierung von Technisierung – die Rolle des Rechts am Beispiel der Biomedizin im Spannungsfeld von Recht und Ethik, SW 9

 

Anderheiden, Michael, Universität Heidelberg, Why We Should (Largely) Forget Radbruch’s Formula, SW 7

 

Anderson, Bruce, Saint Mary’s Univ. / Canada, Balancing in the Discovery Process, SW 15

 

Andriychuk, Oles, Norwich / United Kingdom, The Dialectics of Law, WG 2

 

Angell Bates, Clifford, Uniwersytet Warzawski / Poland, Law and the rule of law and its place relative to politeia in Aristotle’s Politics, SW 11

 

Angus, Menuge, Concordia University Wisconsin / USA, Why Human Rights Cannot be Naturalized: the Contingency Problem, SW 47

 

Antonov, Mikhail, Higher School of Economics, Saint-Petersburg / Russia, Impact of legal conception of Nikolai Alekseev for development of sociology of law in the XXth century, SW 29

 

Antonov, Mikhail, St. Petersburg / Russia, Legal Philosophy of Nikolai Alekseev and European scientific tradition, SW 29

 

Aparecida de Carvalho, Liz, UFMG / Brazil, Deployment of Electronic Process in Brazilian Labor Court, SW 32

 

Åqvist, Lennart, Uppsala / Sweden, On the Distinction Norms vs. Norm-Propositions and ist Logic, WG 1

 

Aramburo, Maximiliano, University of Alicante / Spain, Spanish legal system, SW 59

 

Araszkiewicz, Michał, Jagiellonian Univeristy / Poland, Title t.b.a., SW 62

 

Araujo, Marcelo de, Brazil, Die kontraktualistische Begründung der Menschenrechte, WG 13

 

Arimada, Lucas, Buenos Aires Law School / Argentinia, Democracy as a precondition to constitutionalism, SW 53

 

Aristodemou, Maria, Birkbeck College, London / UK, Bare Law between Two Lives: José Saramago and Cornelia Vismann on Naming, Filing and Cancelling, SW 23

 

Arkhipov, Vladislav, Saint-Petersburg / Russia, Speaking About Law: General Fiction of Legal Theory, WG 1

 

Arkhipov, Vladislav, Saint-Petersburg / Russia, Virtual Worlds in Legal Studies, WG 1

 

Arnold, Richard, Alfaisal University / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Cause and Culpability in the “First Crime” of the Western Tradition, SW 36

 

Arrimada, Lucas, Buenos Aires / Argentinia, Law, morality and democracy. The legacy of Carlos S. Nino, SW 3

 

Arrimada, Lucas, Universidad de Buenos Aires – CONICET / Argentina, Nino on theory and practice: A legacy review, SW 3

 

Arshakyan, Mher, Univ. of Bern / Switzerland, Common Law and American Constitutional Interpretation, SW 39

 

Artsemyeu, Siarhei + Hong, Xiaonan + Liu, Yigong, Dalian / Republic of China, Influence Of Sources Of Constitutional Law On The National Economic Policy (Chinese And Belorussian Experience), WG 6

 

Asano, Yuki, Gakushuin University / Japan, Private Law and Legal Pluralism, SW 74

 

AsFour, Nahel, University of Vienna / Austria, Sanctity, Propriété and Greed: One Case, Three Stories. The Wrongful Enrichment Case in Ottoman, Continental and American Legal Traditions, SW 27

 

Assy, Bethania + Hoffmann, Florian, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro / Brazil + Universität Erfurt / Germany, Another Time for Justice: Singular Event, Deviation of Law, and Judgment of the Defeated, SW 4

 

Assy, Bethania, Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, Theology and the Political: a new debate on community, politics, and law, SW 4

 

Atienza, Manuel, University of Alicante / Spain, Kelsen and Hart in 20th-century Legal Philosophy in Spanish-speaking Countries, SW 55

 

Avenarius, Martin, Universität zu Köln / Germany, Universelle Hermeneutik und rechtshistorisches Verstehen: die Entwicklung der Kontroverse zwischen Gadamer und Wieacker, SW 10

 

Awang, Muhammad Nizam, UK, Fairness and Regulation of Nanotechnological Risk in Food: A Reinvigoration to Safety Approach, WG 26

 

Azevedo, Marco, São Leopoldo / Brazil, Moral duties and legal permissibility, WG 11

 

Bacchi Hora, Graziela, Garças / Brazil, The use of art’s specialized language in the Brazilian Supreme Court’s decisions and the demand for creativity in Law, WG 8

 

Bacchi Hora, Graziela, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco / Brazil, Fragmentation and Eristic in the Escola do Recife: A Rethorical Reading of Tobias Barreto’s Philosophy, SW 25

 

Bach-Golecka, Dobrochna, University of Warsaw / Poland, Why is man the primary and functional way for the Church? The involvement of Christian teaching in contemporary human rights discourse, SW 47

 

Bäcker, Carsten, Kiel / Germany, Junge Rechtsphilosophie, SW 5

 

Bäcker, Carsten, Kiel / Germany, Rationalität ohne Idealität. Eine relativistische Diskurstheorie des Rechts, SW 5

 

Balasubramaniam, Rueban, Carleton University, Ottawa / Canada, Understanding Malaysia’s “Social Contract” Debate, SW 53

 

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Banaś, Paweł, Kraków / Poland, Akrasia – status of weak willed actions in philosophy of law, WG 7

 

Banaś, Paweł, Kraków / Poland, Rules – neurocognitive approach, WG 30

 

Bankowski, Zenon, University of Edinburgh / UK, On Parables and Law, SW 27

 

Bannwart Júnior, Clodomiro José + Oléa, Carlos Frederico, UEL, Universidade Estadual De Londrina / Brazil, Duality of reading in relation to judicialization and the reflexes of new technologies, SW 32

 

Barbosa de Sousa Gustin, Miracy, UFMG / Brazil, The Science of Law as ideology: the consequences of legal research for the politicization of excluded social group, SW 32

 

Barbosa, Claudia Maria / Tavares Neto, José Querino, Parana / Brazil + Parana / Brazil, Reflection on the social and political responsibility of the Magistrate and the Judicial Power in the context of the Judicialization of Politics, WG 15

 

Barczentewicz, Mikołaj, University of Warsaw / Poland, Against scientific method in legal Theory, SW 62

 

Bartholomew, Amy, Ottawa / Canada, (Re)Legitimating International Human Rights: Toward a ‘Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind’, WG 13

 

Barua, Riken, Bangladesh, Human Rights in Buddhism, WG 14

 

Barua, Riken, Premier University, Chittagong / Bangladesh, Human Rights in Buddhism, WG 14

 

Batista Leite Corrêa da Costa, Mila, UFMG / Brazil, Science of law and anthropology: methodology of otherness, SW 32

 

Baurmann, Michael, Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut, Universität Düsseldorf / Germany, Die Integration normativer Bindungen in die Nutzenmaximierung, SW 43

 

Beade, Gustavo A., Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany, Nino on Subjetivism, retribution and perfectionism, SW 3

 

Beade, Gustavo, Kiel / Germany, Law, morality and democracy. The legacy of Carlos S. Nino, SW 3

 

Beck, Susanne, Universität Würzburg / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 31

 

Beck, Susanne, Würzburg / Germany, Person, Verantwortung, Grenzen des Rechts – alte Debatten im neuen Kontext „Robotik und Künstliche Intelligenz“, SW 33

 

Bencze, Matyas, University of Debrecen / Hungary, Burden of reasoning. Some psychological obstacles to coherent interpretation, SW 26

 

Bencze, Mátyás, University of Debrecen / Hungary, The Use of Doctrinal and Conceptual Theoretical Knowledge in Legal Reasoning, SW 6

 

Bernhard, Jussen, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 41

 

Bersier-Ladavac, Nicoletta, THEMIS Geneva / Switzerland, Law taught for purely practical ends or also as a science?, SW 72

 

Besson, Samantha, University of Fribourg / Switzerland, International Human Rights and Equality, PL

 

Bevilacqua Piccolo, Carla Henriete, São Paulo / Brazil, Morality and the concept of Law in H.L.A. Hart’s Work, WG 29

 

Bhikkhu, Sapan Baruah, Thailand, Humanism And Religion, WG 8

 

Bielska-Brodziak, Agnieszka, University of Silesia / Poland, European Court of Justice, SW 59

 

Bigun Vyacheslav (Bihun Vyacheslav), Law research Koretskiy Institute / Ukraine, Philosophy of Justice, SW 65

 

Bindreiter, Uta, Lund / Sweden, The Steward: Legal Institution and Ethical Metaphor. An inquiry into the potential of “thick” moral concepts, WG 8

 

Binney, Matthew, Eastern Washington University / USA, Reason and the Tradition in Joseph-François Lafitau’s Customs of American Indians, SW 45

 

Bisogni, Giovanni, Salerno / Italy, Legal Theory and the Global Financial Crisis, WG 6

 

Bitter, Eduardo, São Paulo / Brazil, Democracy and social utopias: a study about Albrecht Wellmer and Axel Honneth, WG 28

 

Blaauw, Martijn + van den Hoven, Jeroen, Delft University of Technology / Netherlands, Privacy and Knowing Who, SW 22

 

Blázquez, Javier, Pamplona / España, "Legal philosophical implications of nanotechnology applied to the field of health", WG 22

 

Blotta, Vitor + Prado Soares, Inês, São Paulo / Brazil, Public hearings as publicity of the constitution policies in supreme courts. An intersubjective approach, WG 28

 

Blotta, Vitor, São Paulo / Brazil, The Fascination of Authority and the Authority of Fascination. Rationalization and legal theory in Habermas revised, WG 15

 

Bodig, Matyas, Aberdeen / UK, The Theory of Legal Scholarship, SW 6

 

Bodig, Matyas, University of Aberdeen / UK, The Normativity of Law and the Methodological Implications of Interpretivism, SW 61

 

Bódig, Mátyás, University of Aberdeen / United Kingdom, Doctrinal Knowledge, Legal Doctrines and Legal Doctrinal Scholarship, SW 6

 

Borowski, Martin, Birmingham / UK, Gustav Radbruch’s Concept of Law - A ‘Conversion’ from Positivism to Natural Law?, SW 7

 

Borowski, Martin, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, On the Conversion Thesis, SW 7

 

Borsch, Irina, Urbaniana University / Italy, The image of a human being and the image of law: a methodological quest in legal philosophy of Nikolai Alekseev, SW 29

 

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Bowie, Nolan, Harvard University / USA, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Brasil, Samuel, Santa Lúcia – Vitória / Brazil, The NOSSA LEI Project: Direct Democracy in a Virtual Assembly, WG 15

 

Brasil, Samuel, Santa Lúcia – Vitória / Brazil, Weighted Maximum Satisfiability in the Optimization of Human Rights, WG 13

 

Braspenning, Sven, Antwerp University / Belgium, The Normative Force of Dialogue in Contexts of Moral Standof, SW 1

 

Breda, Vito, Cardiff Law School / UK, Common legal system (UK), SW 59

 

Bregvadze, Lasha, Tbilisi / Georgia + Frankfurt / Germany, Natural Law and Law of Nature: Emerging Plural Legal Orders of the Technological World Society, WG 24

 

Breneselovic, Luka, Belgrad / Serbia, Über ein mögliches Rudiment der Radbruch´schen Formel im 19. Jahrhundert, WG 30

 

Brewer, Scott, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Disciplinary Perspectives and Legal Truth, SW 41

 

Brochado, Mariá, UFMG / Brazil, A redefinition of law ethics as a break out with the positivist and neo positivist ideas and ideologies, SW 32

 

Brozek, Bartosz, Jagiellonian University, Kraków / Poland, Is Analogy a Form of Legal Resoning?, SW 64

 

Brunhöber, Beatrice, HU Berlin / Germany, Autonomie und Biomacht am Beispiel von Mensch-Maschine-Systemen, SW 33

 

Brunnee, Jutta, University of Toronto / Canada, Interactional International Law, SW 66

 

Bürkli, Peter, Basel / Switzerland, Regulierung von Technisierung – die Rolle des Rechts am Beispiel der Biomedizin im Spannungsfeld von Recht und Ethik, SW 9

 

Bung, Jochen, Universität Passau / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 31

 

Burazin, Luka, Zagreb / Croatia, Reply to criticism of the thesis about the means of execution as a kind of legal sanction, WG 31

 

Buridge, Dominic J., University of Oxford / UK, Between Marxism and Individualism: Interpersonal solidarity in African jurisprudence., SW 54

 

Busch, Jürgen, Wien / Austria, Legal Theory and Education: The Way Ahead, SW 72

 

Bustamante, Thomas, Aberdeen / UK, On the Argumentum ad Absurdum in Statutory Interpretation, SW 15

 

Bustamante, Thomas, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte / Brazil, Comment on Mátyás Bódig’s Paper, SW 6

 

Byrd, Sharon + Hruschka, Joachim, University of Jena / Germany, Erlangen University / Germany, Hobbes, Kant and the Original Contract, SW 61

 

Cabra Apalategui, José Manuel, Málaga / Spain, A realist interpretation of the theory of legal discourse, WG 28

 

Caglar Gurgey, Fatmal Irem, Kocaeli / Turkey, New Reproductive Technologies in Turkey and Bioethics Regulations, WG 21

 

Calheiros de Carvalho, Maria Clara, Braga / Portugal, Justice online: a new kind of justice?, WG 3

 

Calvert, John, Intelligent Design Network, Does the security of religious rights depend on state use of a functionally inclusive or neutral definition of religion?, SW 47

 

Caminos, Pedro A., Buenos Aires / Argentina, The statu quo paradox and the theory of deliberative democracy, WG 15

 

Caminos, Pedro, Universidad de Buenos Aires / Argentina, The status quo paradox of Deliberative Democracy, SW 3

 

Campbell, Tom, Australia, The Liberal Case for Permitting Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis, WG 21

 

Campbell, Tom, Charles Sturt University / Australia, Hart's Normative Concept of Law, SW 21

 

Campos, Andre Santos, Lisbon / Portugal, New dimensions of legal validity, WG 31

 

Campos, Ricardo, Frankfurt / Germany, Can Law couple with Uncertainty? A methodological approach from Law to modern Society, WG 8

 

Carbonell, Flavia, Univ. Alberto Hurtado / Chile, Reasoning by Consequences, SW 15

 

Carlés, Roberto, Universidad de Buenos Aires / Argentina – Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy, The crisis of the legitimating function of the legal good (Rechtsgut) concept and its consequences for the Criminal Law theory, SW 3

 

Carlizzi, Gaetano, Naples / Italy, Gegenwärtige Juristische Hermeneutik zwischen Vergangenheit und Zukunft, SW 10

 

Carlizzi, Gaetano, Università Suor Orsola Benincasa di Napoli / Italy, Historische und theoretische Hauptfragen der gegenwärtigen juristischen Hermeneutik, SW 10

 

Carlson, Laura, Stockholm / Sweden, Critical Race Theory in a Swedish Context, WG 10

 

Carnota, Walter, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nino: (Talking Social) Rights Seriously, SW 3

 

Carpentier, Mathieu, Paris / France, Intention in Interpretation. Why it Should Matter and How It Does Not, WG 2

 

Carrino, Agostino, University of Naples / Italy, Hans Kelsen between "Purity" and Ideology: For a Political Interpretation of the Pure Theory of Law, SW 55

 

Carvalho, Henrique, London / United Kingdom, Terrorism, Punishment and Recognition, WG 7

 

Casanovas, P., Bologna / Italy, AICOL – Artificial Intelligence Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems, SW 8

 

Casarosa, Federica, San Domenico di Fiesole / Italy, Enforcement in Internet private regimes: is there still a role for courts?, WG 18

 

Castillo de Macedo, José Arthur, Unibrasil, Brazil, Deliberative democracy and hiperpresidentialism in Brazil, SW 3

 

Castro Jr., Torquarto, Recife / Brazil, “Exception” or “Equity”? The power of “miracle” in legal decision, WG 3

 

Çataloluk, Gökçe + Asal, Barkin, Faculty of Law, Istanbul Bilgi University / Turkey, Constitutional amendment process in Turkey in context of “dialogue” and consensus in a highly polarized society, SW 1

 

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Caunes, Karine, Sciences-Po and Center of European Studies, French legal system, SW 59

 

Cecchi Dimeglio, Paola, Stanford / USA, The Role of lawyers in Designing Conflict Management, SW 20

 

Čechák, Petr, Prague / Czech Republic, Values, Value Judgments and Effectiveness of Law, WG 31

 

Cern, Karolina, Poznań / Poland, Legal recognition of minority groups in light of social sciences, SW 76

 

Chang, Cheoljoon, Handong Global University / South Korea, Legisprudence in the Asian Context, SW 75

 

Chang, Chia-yin, Taipei / Taiwan, Two Paradigms of Legal Theory and their Relationships: A system theoretical observation, WG 29

 

Chapman, Bruce, Toronto / Canada, Pluralism, Proportionality and Process, SW 15

 

Chaves, Joao, Brasilia / Brazil, Law inside biopolitics as a conceptual problem: a new approach on Foucault, Agamben and Negri, WG 21

 

Chaves, João, Federal Public Defender's Office School / Brazil, Law inside biopolitics as a conceptual problem: a new approach on Foucault, Agamben and Negri, SW 58

 

Chein Feres, Marcos Vinicio, Juiz de Fora / Brazil, Law as integrity and law as identity: legal theory, state intervention and public policies, WG 29

 

Chen, Chi-shing, Taipei City / Taiwan, A Co-original Approach toward Internet and Law Making, WG 19

 

Chen, Miaofen, Taipei City / Taiwan, “Internalization” of norms and formation of “self”: a modified ethical naturalism, WG 9

 

Cheung, Anne SY, Hong Kong / China, Privacy and its Discontents: The Exploitation of Shame and the Right to be Forgotten in the Global E-Village, WG 18

 

Chiassoni, Pierluigi, Universitá degli studi di Genova / Italy, The Simplest and Sweet Virtues of Analysis. A Plea for Hart’s Philosophy of Jurisprudence”, SW 21

 

Chien, Tze-Shiou, Academia Sinica / Taiwan, A Legal Interpretation of Coasean Economics, SW 46

 

Chopra, Samir, New York / USA, Pragmatist Humanism and the Law, WG 26

 

Chopra, Samir, New York / USA, Separating legal responsibility from moral responsibility for intelligent artifacts, WG 31

 

Christiano, Thomas, University of Arizona / USA, State Consent and the Legitimacy of International Institutions, SW 28

 

Chuang, Shih-Tung, Taiwan, The Picture of Law: A Humanistic Analysis and Interpretation, WG 31

 

Ciszewski, Wojciech, Kraków / Poland, Rawls‘ difference principle and its critics, WG 29

 

Clérico, Laura, University of Buenos Aires / Argentina, Proportionality as a criterion of rationality in the legislative discourse: exploring the constructive side of proportionality, SW 75

 

Coelho, Nuno M. M. S., University of São Paulo / Brazil, Orthos logos in Aristotelian Ethics: EN 1144b, SW 36

 

Coelho, Nuno M.M.S., USP, UNISEB-COC, UNIPAC / Brazil, Psyche as Agora: the rhetorical structure of phronesis, SW 11

 

Coelho, Nuno, São Paulo / Brazil, Aristotle and the Philosophy of Law – Theory, Practice and Justice, SW 11

 

Condello, Angela, University of Rome III / Italy, Being instead of a Definition, SW 64

 

Connolly, Anthony J., Canberra / Australia, Judicial Understanding and the Limits of Conceptual Difference, WG 3

 

Contreras Acevedo, Ramiro, México, The Right in a new Globalization, SW 25

 

Contreras, Francisco José, Sevilla / Spain, The Natural Law Tradition, SW 12

 

Contreras, Francisco José, Universidad de Sevilla / Spain, The Finnis-Veatch Controversy on the „Naturalistic Fallacy“, SW 12

 

Corradetti, Claudio, Roma / Italy, Discursive Dialectics and Human Rights, WG 28

 

Corrêa Borges, Paulo César, Universidade Estadual Paulista / Brazil, The Brazilian ecletism on criminal law against sexual crimes, SW 25

 

Corrias, Luigi, VU University Amsterdam / The Netherlands, A Silence That Remains: Notes on Transitional Justice, SW 73

 

Costa, Carlos, São Paulo / Brazil, Legal technologies or interpretive approaches? 2 ways to discuss the relation between law and reason, WG 32

 

Cota Marçal, Antonio + Medauar Ommati, José Emílio + Nasser Cury, Paula Maria, Minas Gerais / Brazil + Minas Gerais / Brazil + Heidelberg / Germany, Ethik und Wissenschaft im brasilianischen Juradiskurs – eine Analyse der Argumente, die das Urteil des obersten Bundesgerichts über die Legalität der Abtreibung von hirnlosen Föten in Brasilien begründet haben, WG 11

 

Craiovan, Ion, Focsani / Romania, On integrative juridical knowledge, WG 1

 

Cserne, Péter, Tilburg / Netherlands, Consequence-based arguments in legal reasoning: a jurisprudential preface to law and economics, WG 6

 

Cserne, Péter, Tilburg / Netherlands, Legal theory, legal policy, and the law’s assumptions about human behaviour, WG 2

 

Cserne, Peter, Tilburg / The Netherlands, Theoretical and Methodological Foundations of Law and Economics, SW 14

 

Cunha Ribeiro, Luís Antônio, Universidade Federal Fluminense – UFF / Brazil, The Archaeological Method in Foucault and Agamben, SW 58

 

Cuono, Massimo, University of Sassari / Italy, Election and Electioneering in the Digital Era. Relation between Representative and Electronic Democracy, SW 30

 

Čyras, Vytautas + Lachmayer, Friedrich, Vilnius / Lithuania + Innsbruck / Austria, Legal machines and legal act production within multisensory operational implementations, WG 1

 

Da Maia, Alexandre, Recife / Brazil, Legal rights as image: a possible approach, WG 29

 

da Silva, Virgilio Afonso, São Paulo / Brazil, Dialogue and Deliberation in Constitutional Courts, SW 15

 

Daci, Jordan, Tirana / Albania, Law in post-communist countries: case of Albania, WG 17

 

Dahan, Samuel, Paris / France, The Governance of Social Policy: From Open Coordination to Financial Stabilisation, SW 20

 

Dahbour, Omar, City University of New York / USA, Radical Approaches to Global Justice: Is There a New Paradigm?, SW 28

 

Dahbour, Omar, New York / USA, From Indigenous Rights to Ecosovereignty: A New Agenda for International and Environmental Law, WG 23

 

Dahlman, Christian + Reidhav, David + Wahlberg, Lena, Lund / Sweden, Fallacies in ad Hominem Arguments, SW 15

 

Dahlman, Christian, Lund / Sweden, Legal Argumentation, SW 15

 

Dais, Eugene, Calgary / Kanada, Kant On Autonomy And The Case Of Genetic Engineering: The Teleological Challenge, WG 21

 

Dawson, Angus, Keele University / UK, Trust, Privacy and Public Health: In Defence of Biobanking, SW 22

 

de Alvarenga Gontijo, Lucas, Pontifícia Universidade Católica – PUC-Minas / Brazil, Culture of Urban Violence: theory of recognition and creative expansion of rights versus biopolitical practices of safety devices, SW 58

 

De Been, Wouter + Sarghandoy, Khaibar, Rotterdam / Netherlands, Leaking by the Bucketload: The Nature of Database Leaks, WG 19

 

de Been, Wouter, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, American Legal Realism: Sound and Fury Signifying Nothing?, SW 66

 

de Castro Caeiro, António, Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Spain, The concept of value in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, SW 11

 

de Castro Halis, Denis, Faculty of Law, The University of Macau, Macau SAR / China, Public Justification and Legal Reasoning in the “Las Vegas of the East”: The Cases of Non-Resident Workers in Macau, China, SW 45

 

de Castro Weitzel, Mônica Danielle, Bremen / Germany, Agrobusiness vs. kleinbäuerliche Landwirtschaft: Zum Schutze alternativer Lebensformen jenseits des liberalen Regierens, SW 5

 

De Caux, Luiz Philipe + Gomes, David Lopes, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Constitution, document of culture and barbarism, WG 15

 

de Menezes Soares, Fabiana, UFMG / Brazil, The production of law, legisprudence and the circulation of juridical models: the role of dialogue about the sources of law in the framework of information society, SW 32

 

De Paula Oliveira, Maria Lucia, Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, Law, Environmental Policy and Kantian Philosophy, WG 23

 

De Prada, Aurelio, Madrid / Spain, Between Confucianism and Human Rights: 君人 – the jun individual, WG 14

 

de Sousa e Brito, José, New University of Lisbon / Portugal, Kelsen and Hart in 20th-century Legal Philosophy in Portuguese-speaking Countries, SW 55

 

Deba, Daniel, Universität Kiel, Gustav Radbruchs gerechtigkeitsorientierter Rechtspositivismus, SW 7

 

Dębska, Hanna, Kraków / Poland, The apparent dilemma – dangerous consequences. Between the legal and ethical standards, WG 31

 

Del Mar, Maksymilian, Department of Law, Queen Mary, University of London / UK, Impure Theory: Pragmatic Reactions to the Fact / Value Distinction, SW 67

 

Del Mar, Maksymilian, London / UK, Exemplary Narratives: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, SW 27

 

Del Mar, Maksymilian, London / UK, Legal Fictions, SW 16

 

Del Mar, Maksymilian, Queen Mary, University of London / UK, Fuller on Legal Fictions, SW 16

 

Del Mar, Maksymilian, Queen Mary, University of London / UK, Introducing Exemplary Narratives, SW 27

 

Del Real Alcala, Juan Alberto, Jaén / Spain, The ideal of the certainty in law, WG 32

 

Delacroix, Sylvie, University College London / UK, Normativity, Practical Deliberation and Moral Courage, SW 61

 

Demiray, Nezahat, Ankara / Turkey, Mistrust in Constitution Making Process in Turkey, WG 17

 

Denaro, Pietro, University of Palermo / Italy, Italian legal system, SW 59

 

Dias, André, Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Portugal, Dismantling the Arrested Political Axis: On the Intersection of Biopolitics and Involuntarism, SW 58

 

Dimitrova, Ina, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences / Bulgaria, Emerging Biopolitics: Techniques of the Self and Reproductive Genetics in Bulgaria, SW 58

 

do Carmo Sampaio Rossi, Amélia + Pamplona, Danielle Anne, Parana / Brazil, The needed conection between morality and Law and the consequential overdue of Legal Positivism: The face of new constitucionalism, WG 32

 

Donnelly, Michael, Home School Legal Defense Association, U.S.A., Education As Creature of the State? Home Schooling at the Intersection of Law, Human Rights and Parental Autonomy, SW 48

 

Douglas Price, Jorge, Minas Gerais / Brazil, The Latin American Legal Thinking in front of the challenges of Globalization, SW 25

 

Douglas Price, Jorge, Universidad de Comahue / Argentina, Law and Literature, SW 24

 

Dreier, Ralf, Universität Göttingen, Kontinuitäten und Diskontinuitäten in der Rechtsphilosophie Radbruchs, SW 7

 

du Bois-Pedain, Antje, University of Cambridge / UK, The wrongfulness constraint in criminalisation, SW 17

 

Duarte Almeida, Luis, Oxford / UK, A Proof-Based Account of Legal Exceptions, SW 61

 

Duarte d’Almeida, Luis, Lisbon / Portugal, Answerability, WG 1

 

Duarte, David, University of Lisbon / Portugal, Norm’s Presupposition, SW 56

 

Duff, Antony, Stirling / UK, Criminalization, SW 17

 

Duff, Antony, University of Stirling, UK and University of Minnesota / USA, Towards a modest legal moralism, SW 17

 

Durán, Paloma, Universidad Complutense / Spain, Universality of Human Rights, Natural Law, and Human Condition, SW 12

 

Durante, Massimo, University of Torino / Italy, E-Democracy as a Frame of Networked Public Discourse, SW 30

 

Duve, Thomas, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Coexisting Normative Orders: Natural and Positive Law, from the Classical Tradition to Modern Global Law, SW 18

 

Dyevre, Arthur, Spain, Constitutional Reasoning: Theoretical Perspectives, SW 39

 

Dyniewicz, Leticia, Academic Institution: Federal University of Santa Catarina / Brazil, Carl Schmitt and Walter Benjamin: the Rescue of Non-rational Ideas for a Disruption, SW 4

 

Dyrda, Adam, Kraków / Poland, The Banality of Law? – Some Remarks on Legal Conventionalism, WG 31

 

Dyzenhaus, David, University of Toronto / Canada, The Morality of Legality: A Hobbesian Account, PL

 

Ebenhoch, Peter, Innsbruck / Österreich, Regulierte Selbstregulierung für digitale Rechtsprobleme?, WG 19

 

Edmundson, William, Georgia State University / USA, On G.A. Cohen, Political Philosophy and Personal Behaviour, SW 61

 

Eenmaa, Helen, Yale / USA, Normative differences among forms of liability and the limits of the economic analysis of law, SW 14

 

Ehrenberg, Ken, The State University of New York at Buffalo / USA, Law's Claim to Authority is not a Claim to Preemption: Choice of Evils and Legal Gaps, SW 61

 

Ekardt, Felix, Rostock / Germany, Sustainability, Intergenerational Justice, and Global Justice, SW 19

 

Ekardt, Felix, Rostock / Germany, Toward a new approach in discourse theory of justice and law, WG 28

 

Ekardt, Felix, Universität Rostock / Germany, A Critical Review of “Efficiency Ethics”, SW 46

 

Ekardt, Felix, University of Rostock / Germany, Freedom and sustainability, SW 19

 

Eliasz, Katarzyna, Kraków / Poland, Cognitive science and trademark protection law. Hype or hope?, WG 25

 

Elósegui, María, Universidad de Zaragoza / Spain, The Thought of Legaz Lacambra and the Natural Law Tradition, SW 12

 

Eng, Svein, University of Oslo / Norway, Kelsen and Hart in 20th-century Legal Philosophy in Northern European Countries, SW 55

 

Engländer, Armin, Universität Passau / Germany, Funktion, Ausgestaltung und Kriterien der Rechtsgeltung, SW 43

 

Engle, Eric, Pericles-Able Moskow / Russia, Aristotle and Post-Positivism, SW 11

 

Erlenbusch, Verena, Emory University / United States of America, Sovereignty or biopolitics? Mapping power with Agamben and Foucault, SW 58

 

Etxabe, Julen, University of Helsinki / Finland, The originality of Antigone, SW 40

 

Fabio Enrique Pulido Ortiz (Universidad Católica de Colombia / Fundación Derecho Justo, Colombia) + Juan Carlos Lancheros Gámez (Universidad de La Sabana /Fundación Derecho Justo, Colombia), The construction of democracy in Colombia: synthesis and evaluation of the Constitutional Court activity regarding legislative processes (1992 to 2010), SW 3

 

Fallada, Juan Ramon, Catalonia / Spain, Technocracy inside the rule of law: challenges in the foundations of legal norms, WG 25

 

Falvey, Kevin, University of California at Santa Barbara / USA, Title t.b.a., SW 61

 

Faralli, Carla + Millard, Eric, University of Bologna / Italy + Paris West University Nanterre La Défense / France, Kelsen and Hart in 20th-century Legal Philosophy in Italy and France, SW 55

 

Ferreira, Flavio, Juiz de Fora / Brazil, Technological Change, Accident Prevention and Civil Liability, WG 25

 

Ferzan, Kimberly, Rutgers University / USA, Inchoate offenses at the prevention/punishment divide, SW 17

 

Feteris, Eveline, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Legal Argumentation, SW 15

 

Feteris, Eveline, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Strategic Maneuvering with Argumentation in the Case of the Unworthy Spouse, SW 15

 

Fichera, Massimo, Helsinki / Finland, Criminal Law Beyond the State: The European Model, WG 12

 

Ficsor, Krisztina + Kovács, Ágnes, University of Debrecen / Hungary, The Limits of Legal Doctrinal Knowledge, SW 6

 

Finnis, John, Notre Dame / USA and Oxford / UK, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Fleerackers, Frank, Brüssel/ Belgium, The Role of Lawyers in Interaction: Influences of ADR practice on Legal Thinking and Legal Education, SW 20

 

Fleerackers, Frank, Brussels / Belgium, Legal Education, Negotiation and Conflict Analysis, SW 20

 

Fleurke, F., TILT, Tilburg University / The Netherlands, The EFSA. Risk-Assessment on GMOs, SW 71

 

Flores, Imer B., Ciudad de México / Mexico, H.L.A. Hart’s The Concept of Law Reconsidered, SW 21

 

Flores, Imer B., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México / Mexico, H.L.A. Hart’s The Concept of Law: Between the Nightmare and the Noble Dream, SW 21

 

Follesdal, Andreas, University of Oslo / Norway, The Principle of Subsidiarity as a strategy for legitimate international problem-solving, for and against: The case of human rights treaties, SW 28

 

Fonseca Dias, Maria Tereza, Federal University of Ouro Preto, UFOP / Brazil, How researches are done in the field of Law? Reflections from the study of monographs of the undergraduate course., SW 32

 

Forst, Rainer, University of Frankfurt / Germany, Transnational Justice, Democracy and Human Rights, SW 28

 

Fossen, Thomas, Utrecht University / Netherlands, The Virtual Reality of Voting Advice Applications, SW 30

 

Francis, Leslie + Francis, John, University of Utah / USA, Surveillance without borders, SW 22

 

Francis, Leslie, Utah / USA, New Developments in Technology: challenges for the law and ethics of privacy and confidentiality, SW 22

 

Friedrich, Toepel, Germany, Which function does the legitimation of a human right fulfill?, SW 47

 

Frydman, Benoit + Restrepo Amariles, David, Université Libre de Bruxelles/Belgium, Teaching Global Law, SW 72

 

Funke, Andreas, Universität Köln, Radbruchs Rechtsbegriff und Radbruchs Methode zur Bestimmung des Rechtsbegriffs, SW 7

 

Gaakeer, Jeanne, Erasmus School of Law / Netherlands, Control, Alt and/or Delete? Some observations on new technologies and the human, SW 23

 

Gaakeer, Jeanne, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Normative and epistemological implications of data science, profiling and smart environments ‘Code as Law’ meets ‘Law as Code and Law as Literature’, SW 23

 

Galuppo, Marcelo Campos, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Law as Literature: memory and oblivion, SW 24

 

Galuppo, Marcelo Campos, Minas Gerais / Brazil, The Latin American Legal Thinking in front of the challenges of Globalization, SW 25

 

Galuppo, Marcelo Campos, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais / Brazil, The Judge as Storyteller, SW 24

 

Galuppo, Marcelo, Minas Gerais / Brasil, To witch extent has technology and science urged for new concepts in the Jurisprudence?, WG 25

 

Gantner, Felix, Röhrenbach / Österreich, Die Interpretation von Rechtstexten und der Stufenbau der Formatierungen, WG 4

 

Garcez Ghirardi, José + Neuenschwander Magalhães, Juliana, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, Your Husband, your Sovereign: the Violent Prince in the Taming of Shrew, SW 24

 

Gaziero Cella, José Renato + Lara Zequinão, Cassiana, Curitiba / Brazil, Reason Crisis in the 20th and cultural relativism: it is possible to establish an universal ethic for human rights?, WG 13

 

Gaziero Cello, José Renato + Pelegrini, Juliana Vieira, Curitiba / Brazil, The Prohibition of the Right to Anonymity on the authoritarian Brazilian Constitution and its Impact on Social Networks, WG 16

 

Gazziero Cella, José Renato + Bianchi Wojciechowski, Paola, Brazil, The Dispute Between Universalism and Relativism: Is it Possible a Cosmopolitan Project of Human Rights?, SW 25

 

George, Alexandra, Sydney / Australia, The Metaphysics of Intellectual Property and the Challenges of Scientific Progress, WG 19

 

Gerner-Beuerle, Carsten, London School of Economics / UK, Comparative Corporate Governance for the 21st century, SW 14

 

Ghanavizi, Nazanin + Falasiri, Arash, University of Sidney / Australia, From E-citizenship to E-democracy? Case study of Internet Use in Iran, SW 30

 

Ghosh, Eric, Armidale / Australia, Negative republican liberty, WG 15

 

Godoy, Miguel, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil, Constitutionalism and deliberative democracy in Nino, SW 3

 

Golding, Martin P., Duke University, Durham, NC / USA, The Force of Arguments in the Law, SW 64

 

Golding, Martin, North Carolina / USA, The Basic Norm as Fiction: Kelsen’s Final Doctrine, WG 27

 

Goldoni, Marco, University of Antwerp / Netherlands, Code as Undemocratic Law? An Assessment from a Legal Theory Perspective, SW 30

 

Golecki, Mariusz Jerzy, Univ. of Łódź / Poland, The Supremacy Claim within Judicial Rulings of the National Constitutional and Supreme Courts in the EU, SW 39

 

Golecki, Mariusz Jerzy, University of Lodz / Poland, Synallagma as a paradigm of exchange: from Aristotelian to Game Theoretic Categorisation in Contract Law, SW 11

 

Golecki, Mariusz, Lodz, Poland, Between interpretation and intuition: cognitive sciences and the model of decision making process in law, SW 26

 

Golecki, Mariusz, University of Lódz / Poland, Foundationalism vs. Antifoundationalis: some remarks on law and economics as jurisprudential theory, SW 14

 

Golecki, Mariusz, University of Lodz, Faculty of Law and Administration / Poland, Homo Oeconomicus vs. Homo Iuridicus. Towards a General Theory of Linguistic Categorisation Within the Law and Economics Scholarship, SW 26

 

Gontijo, Lucas de Alvarenga, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Workshop on Biopolitics, SW 58

 

Gonzalez de la Vega, Geraldina, Düsseldorf / Germany, Verfassungswandel als dynamische Verfassungsinterpretation, WG 2

 

González Pascual, Alberto, Complutense University of Madrid / Spain, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Gonzalez Pascual, Maria Isabel, Univ. Pompeu Farba, Barcelona / Spain, Interpretation of principles framed as competence conflicts (Spain, Germany and Italy), SW 39

 

Good, Christoph, Luzern / Switzerland, Legal Theory and Education: The Way Ahead, SW 72

 

Goodwin, Morag, Tilburg / Netherlands, Mutual-shaping and notions of progress: law and technology in the development context, WG 24

 

Gordon, Randy, Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP / Southern Methodist University / USA, Fictional Fraud: Reliance and the Myth of Efficient Markets, SW 16

 

Gordon, Randy, Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP and Southern Methodist University / USA, Institutionalizing Exemplary Narratives: A Kansas Case, SW 27

 

Gordon, Randy, USA, Exemplary Narratives: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, SW 27

 

Gould, Carol C., City University of New York / USA, Is there a Human Right to Democracy?, SW 28

 

Gould, Carol C., New York / USA, Human Rights, Global Justice, and Democracy: Issues at their Intersection, SW 28

 

Grabowski, Andrzej, Kraków / Poland, Postpositivist Theory of Law – Genesis and Programme, WG 32

 

Grafsky, Vladimir, Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow / Russia, Axiological image of law: Nikolai Alekseev's contribution, SW 29

 

Grafsky, Vladimir, Moskau / Russia, Legal Philosophy of Nikolai Alekseev and European scientific tradition, SW 29

 

Gray, James, United Kingdom, The presence of the past: Law, Literature and Cynthia Ozick, SW 24

 

Grechenig, Kristoffel, MPI Bonn / Germany, Wrongful Sanctions, SW 46

 

Greczner, Bartosz, Wroclaw University/Poland, The influence of judges’ responsibility for the dialog and judicial independence on providing justice to the society in the European Union, SW 1

 

Gregório, Assagra de Almeida, University of Itaúna / Brazil, The new Summa Divisio of the Brazilian Law: individual and collective laws, SW 32

 

Greppi, Andrea, Madrid / Spain, Legitimacy 2.0. E-democracy and Public Opinion in the Digital Age, SW 30

 

Greppi, Andrea, Universidad Carlos III Madrid / Spain, Ignorance and Representation in the Net, SW 30

 

Gruber, Malte, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Recht am technisierten Körper / Recht an verkörperter Technik, SW 31

 

Gruber, Malte, Universität Frankfurt / Germany, Teilrechtssubjekte des elektronischen Geschäftsverkehrs, SW 33

 

Grunewald, Ralph, University of Wisconsin-Madison / USA, The Narrative of Innocence, or: Lost Stories, SW 27

 

Gruschke, Daniel, Aachen / Germany, Zur vagheitstheoretischen Modellierung unbestimmter Rechtsbegriffe, SW 5

 

Gümplova, Petra, Justus-Liebig-University, Gießen / Germany, Deliberation and the Politics of the Extraordinary: The Constitution Making in Czech Republic, 1992, SW 1

 

Güngör, Hasan Atilla, Istanbul / Turkey, The Effect of the science on „personhood“ debate; „when does human life begin?“, WG 22

 

Günther, Klaus, Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Unviolability as a Legal Concept, PL

 

Guibourg, Ricardo A., Buenos Aires / Argentina, On the Knowledge and the Use of Law, WG 31

 

Gumplova, Petra, Liebig University Gießen / Germany, Carl Schmitt: Democracy and Sovereign Constitutional Politics, SW 4

 

Gur, Noam, Oxford / UK, Are Legal Rules Content-Independent Reasons?, WG 29

 

Gustin, Miracy, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Methodology of Jurisprudence and the impact of new technologies, SW 32

 

Győrfi, Tamás, Univ. of Aberdeen / UK, The moral reading of the constitution and its alternatives: methods of constitutional interpretation or judicial strategies?, SW 39

 

Haar, Brigitte, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Anerkennung und Economic Behaviour, SW 43

 

Haase, Marco, China University of Political Science and Law, Peking / China, Civil Law as a Legal System, SW 74

 

Haaz, Ignace, University of Fribourg / Switzerland, Eduard von Hartmann and criminalization, SW 17

 

Hage, Jaap, Maastricht / The Netherlands, Legal Constructivism and the Institutional Theory of Law, SW 15

 

Hannesson, Ólafur Ísberg, European University Institute/Italy, Legal Pluralism in the EEA legal order: The role of the EFTA Court and the Icelandic national courts in the European Judicial Dialogue, SW 1

 

Hannesson, Ólafur Ísberg, Firenze / Italy + Iceland, Legal Pluralism: Reformulation of the Traditional View in Iceland, WG 17

 

Hänni, Julia, Institut für Europarecht der Universitäten Bern, Neuenburg und Fribourg / Schweiz, Recht, Biomedizin, Technik und die autonome Leiblichkeit des Menschen, SW 9

 

Hansen, Thomas Obel, United States International University, Kenya, Revisiting Nino’s Justifications for Punishing State-Sponsored Violence, SW 3

 

Hanser, Matthew, University of California at Santa Barbara / USA, Practical Reason and Moral Mereology, SW 61

 

Harel, Alon, Hebrew University Jerusalem / Israel, Commensurability and Agency: Two Yet-To-Be-Met Challenges for Law and Economics, SW 14

 

Hasegawa, Miyuki, Chiba / Japan, Can expressive social disapproval generate the wider sense of responsibility over apathetic people?, WG 7

 

Hatzistavrou, Antony, University of Hull / UK, Reconsideration and Exclusionary Reasons, SW 61

 

Haugen, Hans Morten, Sandnes / Norway, Human rights in scientific professions‘ codes of conduct?, WG 14

 

Häußler, Stefan, Göttingen / Germany, Early 20th Century Theories of Legal Education: Psychology and “Civilpolitik”, SW 20

 

Heather, Michael + Rossiter, Nick, Northumbria University, Newcastle / UK, Law as Exact Science, WG 1

 

Hegyi, Szabolcs, University of Miskolc / Hungary, The scope and limits of consequencitalist reasoning: a philosophical approach, SW 14

 

Hegyi, Szabolcs, University of Miskolc / Hungary, The Scope and Limits of Consequentialist Reasoning – a Philosophical Approach, SW 46

 

Hegyi, Szabolcs, University of Miskolc / Hungary, The theoretical grounds of „constitutional matters” and their role in public legal reasoning, SW 45

 

Henrich, Daniel C., IZEW, Universität Tübingen / Germany, Bioethik und Selektion. Die Herausforderung der ‚neuen‘ Eugenik, SW 34

 

Heper, Altan, Universität Würzburg / Germany, Brauchen wir einen Menschenwürdebegriff in einer pluralistischen Gesellschaft?, SW 34

 

Herdy, Rachel, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, Peirce’s Contribution to Legal Philosophy: A Threefold Distinction, SW 66

 

Hermann, Monica + Beçak, Rubens, Universidade de São Paulo / Brazil, The XXIth Century Juridical Literature. A new command for the establishment of public policies. The emergence of a new decision maker body. The politisation of the justice. The Brazilian experience, SW 25

 

Heuer, Ulrike, University of Leeds / UK, Acting for the Right Reasons, SW 61

 

Hildebrandt, M., VU Brussels / Belgium, Experts, Experience, Representation, and pTA, SW 71

 

Hildebrandt, Mireille, Erasmus School of Law and Radboud University Nijmegen / Netherlands, From Galathea 2.2 to Watson – and back?, SW 23

 

Hildebrandt, Mireille, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Normative and epistemological implications of data science, profiling and smart environments ‘Code as Law’ meets ‘Law as Code and Law as Literature’, SW 23

 

Hilgendorf, Eric, Universität Würzburg / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 31

 

Hilgendorf, Eric, Würzburg / Germany, Person, Verantwortung, Grenzen des Rechts – alte Debatten im neuen Kontext „Robotik und Künstliche Intelligenz“, SW 33

 

Hillerbrand, Rafaela, Aachen / Germany, Epistemische Unsicherheiten und das Recht, SW 35

 

Hillerbrand, Rafaela, RWTH Aachen / Germany, Risiko, Unsicherheit und Ungewissheit in der Technikfolgenforschung, SW 35

 

Hiroshi, Hattori, Tokyo / Japan, 1953 – ein Markstein der juristischen Methodenlehre in Japan und Deutschland, WG 2

 

Ho, Anita + Silvers, Anita + Stainton, Tim, University of British Columbia / Canada + San Francisco State University / USA + University of British Columbia / Canada, Continuous Surveillance of Persons with Disabilities: Conflicts and Compatibilities of Personal and Public Goods, SW 22

 

Hoffmann, Florian, Erfurt / Germany, Theology and the Political: a new debate on community, politics, and law, SW 4

 

Hoffmann, Thomas, Magdeburg / Germany, Human Rights and Human Nature, SW 2

 

Hoffmann, Thomas, University of Magdeburg / Germany, Human Dignity and Human Nature, SW 2

 

Hofmeister-Pich, Roberto, Porto Alegre / Brazil, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Holmes Chaves, Pablo, Flensburg / Germany + Brazil, Global Law and Global Exclusion: Dilemmas of constitutional semantics in the World Society, WG 12

 

Hong, Ki-Won, City University of Seoul / Korea, Recta ratio in Ciceronian Philosophy of Law, SW 36

 

Hong, Ki-Won, Seoul / Korea, Orthos logos, Recta ratio, or Right Reason in the Philosophy of Law from Aristotle to Dworkin, SW 36

 

Hong, Ki-Won, Seoul / Korea, Social Capacity of the Aged People Reconsidered : A Reading of Cicero’s Cato Major de Senectute, WG 30

 

Hong, Quoc Loc, Amsterdam / Netherlands, The Role of Courts in the War on Terror, WG 12

 

Hong, Quoc Loc, VU University Amsterdam / The Netherlands, The Role of Courts in the War on Terror, SW 58

 

Horn, Hans-Rudolf, Wiesbaden / Germany, Judicial Review in Democratic Systems, WG 3

 

Horta, José Luiz, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Cultural Turn and Philosophy of Law and State, SW 37

 

Hsu, Yu-An, Taipei / Taiwan, Die subjektive Zurechnungslehre von Aristoteles und Strafrecht (Aristotle's Theory of Subjective Imputation and Criminal Law), WG 7

 

Hsu, Yue-Dian, Department of Law, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan / Taiwan, Religiös-weltanschauliche Neutralität in öffentlichen Räumen, SW 42

 

Huppes-Cluysenaer, Liesbeth, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Aristotle and the Philosophy of Law – Theory, Practice and Justice, SW 11

 

Huppes-Cluysenaer, Liesbeth, University of Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Reasoning against a deterministic/mechanistic conception of the world, SW 11

 

Hurd, Heidi, University of Illinois / USA, Interpreting Without Intentions: How the Limits of Interpretation Define the Limits of Legal Authority, SW 61

 

Hurri, Samuli, Helsinki / Finland, Justice kata nomos and justice as epieikés (legality and equity), SW 11

 

Hwang, Shu-Perng, Taiwan, Zur Inhaltsbestimmung des Gesetzes unter Ungewißheitsbedingungen, WG 2

 

Iancu, Bogdan, University of Bucharest / Romania, Romanian legal system, SW 59

 

Idowu, William, Ile-Ife / Nigeria, For Each a Crumb of Right, For Neither the Whole Loaf’: African Legal Thought and the Jurinomics of Reconciliation, WG 4

 

Imbrisevic, Miroslav, Heythrop College, University of London / UK, Hart and Nino on Punishment, SW 3

 

Imbrisevic, Miroslav, London / UK, Hart and Nino on Punishment, WG 7

 

Imer B., Flores, UNAM / México, Legislatures Not-Judging in their Own Cause. On the principle nemo iudex in sua causa applied to Legislation, SW 75

 

Indaimo, Joseph, Perth / Australia, Human Rights & the Law: the Unbreachable Gap between the Ethics of Justice and the Efficacy of Law., WG 14

 

Inoue, Masako, Kanagawa University / Japan, Civil Society and Family – from Feminism Point of View, SW 52

 

Inoue, Tatsuo, Graduate School of Law and Politics, The University of Tokyo / Japan, Legitimacy, Critical Democracy and Political Transformation of Japan, SW 68

 

Isabel, Feichtner, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 41

 

Ispir Toprak, Zeynep, Ankara / Turkey, Dworkin’s Criticism to Hart’s Open Texture Theory, WG 29

 

Jaeckel, Liv, Universität Leipzig / Germany, Neutralisiert das Recht das Risiko – eine Reise ins Ungewisse?, SW 35

 

Jakab, András, Hungary, Constitutional Reasoning: Theoretical Perspectives, SW 39

 

Jakl, Bernhard, Münster / Germany, „Rechtsentwicklung“ in Rechtstheorie und Rechtsphilosophie. Ein Vergleich am Beispiel der Transnationalisierung des Rechts, SW 5

 

Joensoo, Juho, Helsinki University / Finland, Law and Calculative Thinking, SW 65

 

Joerden, Jan C., Frankfurt, Oder / Germany, Menschenwürde - Menschenbild - Verantwortung: Analyse von Leitbegriffen der bioethischen Debatten, SW 34

 

Joerden, Jan C., Universität Frankfurt/Oder / Germany, Könnten dereinst auch Maschinen Würde haben?, SW 34

 

Jouanjan, Olivier, University of Strasbourg / France, The philological Turn: History and Metaphysics in Savigny, PL

 

Jovanovic, Miodrag A., University of Belgrade Faculty of Law / Serbia, Does Jurisprudence Need Anthropology?, SW 53

 

Kabashima, Hiroshi, Sendai / Japan, Social costs, limits to growth, right to growth: approacing global environment oriented to philosophy of law, WG 23

 

Kähler, Lorenz, University of Göttingen / Germany, Contractual Consent under the Condition of Information Overload, SW 74

 

Kalisz, Anna + Szot, Adam, Sosnowiec / Poland + Lublin / Poland, Mental models theory and a paradigm of law application process, WG 3

 

Kamemoto, Hiroshi, Kyoto University / Japan, How should Legal Philosophers make Use of Economic Thinking?, PL

 

Kamminga, Peter, Stanford / USA, Toward a new kind of highly interactive lawyer: The promise of collaborative Lawyering?, SW 20

 

Kaniowski, Andrzej M., Universität Lodz / Poland, Kants Konzept der Menschenwürde und die Zuständigkeit des Staates in bioethischen Fragen, SW 34

 

Kaptein, Hendrik, Leiden Law School, Leiden University / The Netherlands, Analogy, Precedent, Paradigm, Metaphor: So Many Cases of Unintentional Inexistence (and why this des not always really matter), SW 64

 

Kaptein, Hendrik, Leiden University /The Netherlands, Retribution as a fundamental human right, SW 47

 

Karam de Chueiri, Vera, Curitiba / Brazil, Judicial review and technology, WG 15

 

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Karavas, Vagias, Luzern / Switzerland, Recht am technisierten Körper / Recht an verkörperter Technik, SW 31

 

Kasozi, Ferdinand M., Makerere University / Uganda, Inferential Grounds of Badanda Court Processes – Logical Guidance for Contemporary Legal System Efficacy, SW 54

 

Katja, Langenbucher, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 41

 

Kazanavičiūtė, Rūta, Vilnius University / Lithuania, Lithuanian legal system, SW 59

 

Keller, Bertram, Köln / Germany, Private Law Theory (PLT) – Politics of Private Law in a Technological Age, SW 74

 

Keller, Bertram, University of Cologne / Germany, Private Law as Political Deliberation, SW 74

 

Kiikeri, Markku, Rovaniemi / Finland, Science and law as collective intentionality, WG 5

 

Kilanowski, Marcin, Toruń / Poland + Massachusetts / USA, On Pragmatism, Politics and Objectivity of Ethics, WG 11

 

Kim, Gunoo, Seoul / South Korea, What Jurisprudence Must Learn from History and Philosophy of Science, WG 5

 

Kim, Hung Hwan + Kang, Il Shin, Seoul / South Korea, A Study on the New Relationship between Democracy and the Rule of Law in Korea, WG 17

 

Kim, Jihye, Korea, Chemical Castration Treatment for Sex Offenders: Bio-Medical Power's Wrongful Encountering with the Power of Criminal Justice, WG 22

 

Kim, Marie Seong-Hak, Minnesota / USA, Custom and Reason: A Comparative Discussion of Sources of Law in Europe and East Asia, WG 31

 

Kim, Young-Whan, Hanyang Univ., School of Law / Rep. of Korea, Die gegenwärtige Diskussion um die Sterbehilfe in Korea - anhand eines aktuellen Falls, SW 42

 

Kim, Young-Whan, Seoul / Korea, Sterbehilfe aus ethischer und rechtlicher Sicht / Die Religion im öffentlichen Bereich, SW 42

 

Kirste, Stephan, Andrássy Universität und Universität Heidelberg, Radbruch’s Idea of Law and the Elements of Justice, SW 7

 

Kjus, Audun, The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History / Norway, Lucifer and Adam: A Royal Example, SW 27

 

Klinowski, Mateusz, Jagiellonian University Krakow / Poland, Title t.b.a., SW 30

 

Kloosterhuis, Harm, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, On the Rhetorical Use of Analoy-Argumentation in Legal Decisions, SW 64

 

Kloosterhuis, Harm, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, The Pragma-Dialectic Perspective on Legal Argumentation and the Rule of Law, SW 15

 

Knauer, Nancy, Temple University / USA, Legal Fictions and the Constitutive Power of Law: Slavery and the Doctrine of Discovery, SW 16

 

Könczöl, Miklós, Budapest / Hungary + Durham / UK, The Language of Law: Classical Perspectives, SW 40

 

Könczöl, Miklos, Budapest / Hungary + Durham, UK, As Heads of Families: Rawlsian Perspectives on Future Generations, WG 29

 

Kozicki, Katya, Curitiba / Brazil, Human Rights and Justice in a Multicultural World, WG 13

 

Kozuka, Souichirou, Gakushuin University / Japan, Soft Law, Private Authority and Social Norms: When and how non-state law replaces the private law of the State?, SW 74

 

Krajewski, Jakub, Kraków / Poland, Virtue Jurisprudence and the Question of Multiculturalism?, WG 9

 

Krell, Andreas, Alagoas / Brazil, Diskussionswandel über juristische Hermeneutik: Voraussetzung der Ziele des Sozialen Umweltstaates in Brasilien, WG 2

 

Kristan, Andrej, Slovenia, Legislative Choice and Its Justifiability, SW 75

 

Kristan, Andrej, University of Genoa / Italy, Slovenian legal system, SW 59

 

Krohling, Aloísio + Freire Soares, Ricardo Maurício, Faculdade de Direito de Vitória / Brazil + Universidade Federal da Bahia / Brazil, Dussel’s ethics of liberation as rhizomatic matrix and original source of human fundamental rights as root principles of postpositivistic philosophy of law, SW 25

 

Krygier, Martin, University of New South Wales / UK, Philip Selznick’s Pragmatism, SW 66

 

Krygier, Martin, University of New South Wales/ Australia, Constitutionalism afer Communism: Fears, Hopes, Achievements, and Disappointments, SW 78

 

Künzler, Adrian, Yale Law School / USA, Cost-Benefit-Analysis and the Quest for Wealth Maximization: How to Embrace Complexity and Uncertainty (IVR Prize Lecture), PL

 

Küzeci, Elif, Istanbul / Turkey, Digitized Personality: The Rise of the Surveillance, the Fall of the Personal Integrity, WG 19

 

Kurlanda, Ewa, London / UK, ADR clauses – The effects of changing relationships between parties”, SW 20

 

Langenbucher, Katja, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Disciplinary Perspectives and Legal Truth, SW 41

 

Lanneau, Régis, Université Paris X / France, What is ‘law’ from the law and economics point of view?, SW 14

 

Leczykiewicz, Dorota, Oxford / UK, Law and Science in the Proof of Causation: Redefining the Boundaries between Law and Fact, WG 5

 

Lee, Hyun Kyung, Seoul / South Korea, From Institutional Facts To the Institutional Normative Order - Reflecting on the Changes in Neil MacCormick's Institutional Conception of Law, WG 27

 

Lee, Junghoon, Ulsan / South Korea, Japan's Influence on Korea's Judicial Modernization : Examination of the Reality of Judicial Modernization through the Analysis of Legal Cases in late 19th Century, WG 9

 

Lee, Win-chiat, Department of Philosophy, Wake Forest University / USA, Political Obligations as Associative Obligation, SW 68

 

Lee, Win-chiat, Wake Forest University / USA, Citizens as Appellate Judges: Dworkin’s Protestantism about Law, SW 45

 

Leenes, Ronald + van den Berg, Bibi, Tilburg University / Netherlands, Abort, Retry, or Fail: Scoping techno-regulation and other techno-effects, SW 23

 

Legarre, Santiago, Buenos Aires / Argentinia, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Leopes Lerna, Monica, Finland, From Amnesty to Memory, SW 24

 

Lernestedt, Claes, University of Örebro / Sweden, Victim, offender, and society: sharing wrongs, but how, and in which roles?, SW 17

 

Leszczynski, Leszek, Univ. of Lublin / Poland, The Interpretational Role of Constitutional Principles: Impact on the Process of Interpretation and Scale of Judicial Discretion, SW 39

 

Levy, Wilson, São Paulo / Brazil, For a critique of legal positivism of Hans Kelsen: the relationship between knowledge and interest in Jürgen Habermas, WG 27

 

Linhares, José Manuel, Universidade de Coimbra / Portugal, Is law's practical-cultural project condemned to fail the test of 'contextual congruence'? A dialogue with Hans Albert's social engineering, SW 62

 

Lin-Hi, Nick, Universität Mannheim / Germany, The Market and the Incompleteness of Contracts: Implications for CSR, SW 44

 

Linneberg, Arild, University of Bergen / Norway, The Rhetoric of the Data Retention Directive; Hermeneutic and Epistemological Implications, SW 23

 

Lipovetsky e Silva, Nathália, Minas Gerais / Brazil, The place of philosophy of law between justice and efficiency, WG 4

 

Lister, Andrew, Queen’s University / Canada, Reciprocity, Relationships, and Global Justice, SW 28

 

Liu, Shing-I, Taipei / Taiwan, Sterbehilfe aus ethischer und rechtlicher Sicht / Die Religion im öffentlichen Bereich, SW 42

 

Liu, Shing-I, Taipei University, Taipwi / Taiwan, Sterbehilfe aus strafrechtlicher und rechtsethischer Sicht, SW 42

 

Liu, Yi, Beijing / China, Science as „Ideology“ and Modern Chinese Law, WG 5

 

Liu, Yigong, Dalian / China, China's E-Democracy in Information Age, WG 18

 

Llano, Fernando, Universidad de Sevilla / Spain, Cicero and Natural Law, SW 12

 

Lloredo, Luis, Madrid / Spain, Die Frage des Rechtspositivismus unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Wissenschaftsphilosophie Thomas S. Kuhns, WG 32

 

Lohmann, Ulrich, Berlin / Gemany, Das neue Gesetz über Patientenverfügungen in Deutschland – ein Überblick, WG 22

 

Lohse, Eva, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg / Germany, Gesetzgeberische Pflichten für den verantwortlichen Umgang mit (noch) ungewissen Risiken am Beispiel der Regelungsoptionen für die Nanotechnologien, SW 35

 

Long, Roderick T., Auburn University / USA, Reasonable Pluralism, Public Reason, and Anarchist Legal Theory, SW 45

 

Lopes, Mônica Sette, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Jurists and journalists: impressions e judgements, WG 8

 

Lopes, Monica, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Methodology of Jurisprudence and the impact of new technologies, SW 32

 

López-García, José Antonio, Jaén / Spain, Die Wandlung der Souveränität und die Grundrechte, WG 14

 

López-Medina, Diego, Universidad de los Andes / Colombia, Hart in Latin America: Toward a Diffusionist Map of (Mis)Readings of his Work, SW 21

 

Lorenzo, Javier, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid / Spain, ICT and Voting Abroad. An Analysis of 30 Countries, SW 30

 

Lüderssen, Klaus, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Wirtschaftsethik und Rechtsquellenlehre, SW 43

 

Lütge, Christoph, München / Germany, Business Ethics and Law, SW 44

 

Lütge, Christoph, TU München / Germany, Some Implications of Cultural Differences for Business Ethics, SW 44

 

Lutz-Bachmann, Mathias, Frankfurt / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Macedo Jr, Ronaldo, São Paulo / Brazil, Overcoming orientalizing views of Latin American Law. New approaches to new legal experiences in Brazilian Law, WG 8

 

Machimura, Yasutaka, Hokkaido University / Japan, Civil Society in the World of Internet Communications – its Legal Aspects, SW 52

 

Mackor, Anne-Ruth, Faculty of Law, University of Groningen / The Netherlands, Norm-descriptions, norm-contentions and norm-recommendations, SW 67

 

Macleod, Alistair, New York / USA, Human Rights, Global Justice, and Democracy: Issues at their Intersection, SW 28

 

Macleod, Alistair, Queen’s University / Canada, Human Rights, Equality of Opportunity, and Justice, SW 28

 

Madrid, Raúl, Santiago / Chile, Small is beautiful. Some reasons to consider chile the future of law and technology in latinamerica, WG 24

 

Madureira, Miriam, Mexico City / Mexico, Hegels Rechts- als Sozialphilosophie, WG 30

 

Magnúsardóttir, Lára, University of Iceland / Iceland, Roman legal terms in Mediaeval Iceland: The case of contumacia, SW 40

 

Mahoney, Jon, Kansas / USA, Public Legal Reason, SW 45

 

Mahoney, Jon, Kansas State University / USA, Democratic Equality and Public Legal Reason, SW 45

 

Mak, Elaine, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Dialogue in Judicial Decision-Making, SW 1

 

Maksimov, S., National University, Law Academy of Ukraine / Ukraine, The issue of recognition in phenomenological and hermeneutical perspective, SW 65

 

Małecka, Magdalena, Polish Academy of Science, Graduate School for Social Research / Poland, Disappointment and Promise of Neuroeconomics Applied to Law, SW 26

 

Malte, Gruber, Universität Frankfurt / Germany, Teilrechtssubjekte des elektronischen Geschäftsverkehrs, SW 33

 

Manasiev, Ilija, Skopje / Macedonia, Towards a constructive Law, Science and Technology coexistence, WG 26

 

Maratea, Lorenzo, Sapienza Roma / Italy, New values and order in the examination of the questions before the judge. La «ragione più liquida» in Italian Constitutional Court jurisprudence, SW 39

 

Marcelo Solon, Ari, São Paulo / Brazil, Judaism And Antidudaism In Jurisprudence (Schmitt Versus Kelsen), WG 27

 

Marcilla, Gema, University of Castilla-La Mancha / Spain, The Areas of Legislative Argument, SW 75

 

Marcos, Ana Maria + Diez, José Ramón, Madrid / Spain, Bioethics and Healt Law: the living will. Proposal to create a Living Will Record in Europe, WG 22

 

Marques, Clarissa, Brazil, The Environment And Future Generations: The Past, The Future And A New Individual, WG 23

 

Martin, Margaret, Western Ontario University / Canada, Hart’s The Concept of Law: Between Fact and Value, SW 21

 

Martínez Cabezudo, Fernando, Pablo de Olavide University of Seville / Spain, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Martire, Jacopo, King's College London / United Kingdom, Is There a Biopolitical Approach to Law?, SW 58

 

Marulewska, Kinga, Academic Institution: Nicolaus Copernicus University / Poland, Delegate or Trustee? Carl Schmitt and Eric Voegelin’s Theories of Representation, SW 4

 

Maslovskaya, Elena, Nizhnii Novgorod / Russia, Jeffrey Alexander’s Theory of the Civil Sphere Between Philosophy and Sociology of Law, WG 9

 

Mastrodi, Josué, Campinas / Brasil, Taking the concept of autopoiesis seriously: why Law cannot be understood under Niklas Luhmann’s paradigm, WG 29

 

Mastronardi, Philippe A. + Windisch, Florian, St. Gallen / Switzerland, Wie vernünftig entscheiden? Die Verfassung des interdisziplinären (interrationalen) Diskurses, WG 28

 

Matczak, Marcin, Warsaw / Poland, Legal interpretation, context and speech act theory, WG 28

 

Mathis, Klaus, Luzern / Switzerland, Law and Economics – Foundations and Applications, SW 46

 

Mathis, Klaus, Luzern / Switzerland, Ökonomische Analyse des Rechts, SW 5

 

Mathis, Klaus, Universität Luzern / Switzerland, Law and Economics Today – Some Introductory Remarks, SW 46

 

Mathis, Klaus, University of Lucerne / Switzerland, Sustainability, efficiency, and the law, SW 19

 

Matos, Andityas Soares de Moura Costa, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Deus ex machina? A critical discussion about the nature, function and importance of the basic norm., WG 27

 

Matwijkiw, Anja + Matwijkiw, Bronik, USA + USA, Stakeholder Jurisprudence: The New Way in Human Rights, WG 13

 

McCammon, Christopher, Nebraska / USA, Public Legal Reason, SW 45

 

McCammon, Christopher, University of Nebraska / USA, Republican Foundations for Public Legal Reasoning, SW 45

 

Meder, Stephan, Leibniz Universität Hannover / Germany, Francis Lieber (1800-1872) und die Begründung der modernen Hermeneutik, SW 10

 

Mena, Jorge, Mexico City / México, The use of politic science methods in jurisprudence, WG 4

 

Mendonça, Marco Amaral, Brazil, On the Direito Achado na Rua, SW 25

 

Menuge, Angus, Wisconsin / USA, When is the exercise of an interest a human right? Secular and religious responses to the legitimacy question, SW 47

 

Meregko, O., Lublin’s Catholics University / Ukraine, Five worlds of Law, SW 65

 

Mertens, Thomas, Universität Nijmegen, Betrayal and Continuity in Radbruch’s Formula, SW 7

 

Mestmäcker, Ernst-Joachim, Max-Planck-Instituts für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht, Hamburg / Germany, Wettbewerbsfreiheit oder Wohlfahrt, SW 43

 

Michalczak, Rafał, Kraków / Poland, Transhuman and Posthuman – About Influence of “Cyborgisation” on Law and Ethical Issues, WG 20

 

Mieles González, Ernesto Fabián, Freie Universität Berlin / Germany, Strategic Litigation, Social Mobilization, and Memory Building in Colombia, SW 73

 

Mihai, Badescu, Bucharest / Romania, Spirit and Law in the view of the Romanian Thinker Eugene Sperantia, WG 30

 

Milkin-Skopets, Mikhail, Yaroslavl State University / Russia, Law and Mathematics. On the relation of their methods, SW 29

 

Miller, Dallas, Canada, The New Mandate for Human Rights, SW 47

 

Mindus, Patricia, Uppsala / Sweden, Legitimacy 2.0. E-democracy and Public Opinion in the Digital Age, SW 30

 

Mindus, Patricia, Uppsala Universitet / Sweden, Updating Democracy Studies: Outline of a Research Program, SW 30

 

Mitrovic, Dragan + Vukadinovic, Gordana, Belgrade / Serbia + Novi Sad / Serbia, The new path of law - From Theory of Chaos to Theory of Law, WG 1

 

Moellendorf, Darrel, San Diego State University / USA, Rights and Climate Change”, SW 28

 

Montero-Sanchez, Sara, Madrid / Spain, Autonomy in Bioethics: the principle of responsibility and the precautionary principle, WG 22

 

Montgomery, John Warwick, Patrick Henry College, Virginia / U.S.A., The Justification of Home Schooling vis-à-vis the European Human Rights System, SW 48

 

Montgomery, John Warwick, University of Bedfordshire / UK and Christian Thought Patrick Henry College, Virginia / U.S.A., Restrictions on Religious Freedom: When and How Justified?, SW 47

 

Montgomery, John Warwick, Virginia / USA, The Philosophy of Home Schooling and Its Legal Implications Today, SW 48

 

Mora, Gotzone, Universidad del País Vasco / Spain, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Moreno-Cruz, Diego, University of Genoa / Italy, Three Explanatory and Predictive Realistic Strategies Confronted, SW 14

 

Mori, Toru, Kyoto University / Japan, Democratization of the Administration – from the top down and/ or from the bottom up, SW 52

 

Morigiwa, Yasutomo, Nagoya / Japan, Producing Justice: social responsibility of the legal profession in the age of globalization, SW 49

 

Morita, Akihiko, Japan, Neo-Communitarian approach on human rights as cosmopolitan imperative in the East Asia, SW 79

 

Mototsugu, Nishino, Aichi-ken / Japan, Menschenwürde und Menschenleben, WG 14

 

Much, Susanna, Universität Bremen / Germany, Der Umgang mit den Risiken der CCS-Technologie in der Gesetzgebung, SW 35

 

Müller-Mall, Sabine, Berlin / Germany, Performative Rechtserzeugung, SW 5

 

Munenori, Kitahara, Hiroshima / Japan, Law and Technology Security Standard, WG 24

 

Munenori, Kitahara, Hiroshima / Japan, The Fusion of law and Information Technology, SW 50

 

Muñoz L., Fernando, Universidad Austral de Chile / Chile, Autonomy and responsiveness as competing forms of constitutional reasoning and rhetoric, SW 39

 

Muntjewerff, Antoinette, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, An explicit model for learning to structure and analyze decisions by judges, WG 3

 

Nakayama, Ryuichi, Osaka / Japan, Developing a Philosophy of Precaution in the Age of Risk, WG 24

 

Nasu, Kosuke, Setsunan University / Japan, Civil Society and its Nonpolitical Foundation, SW 52

 

Nevvazhay, Igor, Saratov / Russia, Technical Development and Natural Rights, WG 24

 

Niemi, Matti Ilmari, Lappeenranta / Finland, Objective Legal Reasoning – Is It Possible?, WG 4

 

Nierhauve, Christian, Hagen / Germany, Zur Rechtsklugheit, SW 5

 

Niesen, Peter, Germany, Freedom of Speech and Intellectual Property: Conceptualizing the conflict(s), SW 51

 

Novak, Marko, Nova Gorica / Slowenia, The (Ir)rationality of Judicial Decision-Making, SW 15

 

Nozaki, Akiko, Hiroshima City Univ. / Japan, The Influence of Relationship on Relational Rights, SW 63

 

Obligation and Political Obligation, SW 68

 

Odunsi, Babafemi, Obafemi Awolowo University / Ife-Nigeria, Pychic Witness as an American Approach to solving Crimes: A case for revisitng Indigenous African Criminology System in Nigeria, SW 54

 

Ofer, Raban, Univ. of Oregon / USA, Capitalism, Liberalism, and the Constitutional Right to Privacy, SW 39

 

Oh, Byung-Sun, Seoul / South Korea, Relevance of Moral Sense to Legal Reasoning: A Critical Appraisal of Korean Debate, WG 4

 

Ohno, Tatsuji, Hosei University / Japan, Introduction – The general theoretical and practical Situation about Civil Society and State, especially in Japanese Legal Institutions and Movements, SW 52

 

Ohno, Tatsuji, Tokyo / Japan, Roles of Citizen/ Civil Society and Responsibility of State, SW 52

 

Oji, Sulieman I., Usmanu Danfodio University / Sokoto-Nigeria, African concepts of Law, Commnuity and Justice as a Pancea to Contemporary Global Challenges, SW 54

 

Oklopcic, Zoran, Carleton University, Ottawa / Canada, Title t.b.a., SW 53

 

Oklopcic, Zoran, Ottawa / Canada, Rethinking the foundational concepts of constitutional and legal theory from ‚the semi-periphery’, SW 53

 

Oléa, Carlos Frederico, Parana / Brazil, Die Vergerichtlichung in Brasilien: Fragen und Perspektiven, WG 16

 

Oliveira, Julio + Lessa, Barbara, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais / Brazil, Hans Kelsen and the Tradition of Natural Law: Why Kelsen’s Objections to the Natural Law Doctrine Do Not Apply Against Aquinas’ Theory of Natural Law, SW 12

 

Oliveira, Julio + Sampaio Jr., Rodolpho, Belo Horizonte / Brazil, Good fences make good neighbors: an investigation on the place of law and its limits in the context of the Brazilian private law movement Escola do Direito Civil-Constitucional (Private-Constitutional Law School), WG 4

 

Oliver-Lalana, A. Daniel, La Rioja / Spain, Legisprudence – Rethinking Legislation and Regulation in the Light of Legal Theory, SW 75

 

Oliver-Lalana, A. Daniel, University of La Rioja / Spain, Argumentation in Lawmaking Debates, SW 75

 

Ollero, Andrés, Madrid / Spain, Sterbehilfe aus ethischer und rechtlicher Sicht / Die Religion im öffentlichen Bereich, SW 42

 

Onazi, Oche, Dundee / UK, The Relevance Of African Legal Theory To Contemporary Problems, SW 54

 

Onazi, Oche, University of Dundee / UK, African Legal Theory and Contemporary Problems, SW 54

 

Origgi, Gloria, CNRS Paris / France, Title t.b.a., SW 30

 

Ospino, Javier Ferreira, Atlantico / Colombia, Analysis Of The First Sentence Of The Justice & Peace Law –Mampujan Case- And Its Contribution To The Design Of A Policy Of Memory As Justice For Victims In Colombia, WG 9

 

Osuagwu, Ugochukwu, Abuja / Nigeria, Corruption and Democracy in Nigeria, WG 16

 

Ozcan, Mehmet Tevfik, Istanbul / Turkey, The Rule of Law After Globalisation: Is Myth or Reality?, WG 12

 

Pacheco, Mariana, Recife-Antigo / Brazil, On the excessive role of technocracy (from a gadamerian perspective), WG 5

 

Padjen, Ivan, Zagreb / Croatia, Student rights and revival of immaturity: Can jurisprudence account for coercion?, WG 9

 

Pagallo, U., Bologna / Italy, AICOL – Artificial Intelligence Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems, SW 8

 

Pagano, Sebastian, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina, Interpretation, truth and the imperative need to live with each other, SW 3

 

Palmer Olsen, Henrik, University of Copenhagen / Denmark, Title t.b.a., SW 66

 

Palmirani, Monica, Bologna / Italy, AICOL – Artificial Intelligence Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems, SW 8

 

Pamplona, Danielle Anne + Rossi, Amelia Sampaio, Parana / Brazil, The knowledge of judges of disciplines outside the law and their responsibility for the image of the Judiciary Branch, WG 3

 

Papaefthymiou, Sophie, France, On Dworkin’s Theory of Moral Truth, WG 29

 

Papaefthymiou,Sophie, (Institute for Political Science in Lyon / France, On Dworkin’s Theory of Moral Truth, WG 29

 

Parmigiani, Matías, UNC/Conicet / Argentina, The Consensual Theory of Punishment: A Justificatory Theory or an Interpretative Scheme?, SW 3

 

Paskalev, Vesselin, Florence / Italy, The Importance of Acting on the Right Reasons: Deliberative Democracy and Science-Dependent Regulation, WG 15

 

Pass, Jonathan + de Olavide, Pablo, University of Manchester / UK + University of Seville / Spain, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Pattaro, Enrico, Bologna / Italy, Hart and Kelsen, SW 55

 

Patterson, Dennis, European University Institute [EUI] / Italy, Meaning and Truth in Law, SW 56

 

Patterson, Dennis, Firenze / Italy, Meaning, Truth and the Concept of Law, SW 56

 

Paul, Tiedemann, Verwaltungsgericht Frankfurt/Main / Germany, Gibt es ein Menschenrecht auf Leben?, SW 34

 

Paulson, Stanley L., St. Louis / USA, Is Kelsen Caught between Discovery and Justification?, SW 15

 

Paulson, Stanley L., University of Washington at Saint Louis / USA and Kiel University / Germany, A ‘Justified Normativity’ Thesis versus ‘Modal Normativity’”. An Enquiry into Normativity in Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law, SW 61

 

Paulson, Stanley L., Washington University in St. Louis / USA, The Very Idea of Legal Positivism, PL

 

Paulson, Stanley L., Washington University in St. Louis, MO, Zur nichtpositivistischen Kontinuitätsthese bei Gustav Radbruch, SW 7

 

Paulson, Stanley, Washington University in St. Louis / USA, Nino on ‘Justified Normativity’ and a Reply , SW 3

 

Pavčnik, Marijan, University of Ljubljana / Slowenia, Methodologische Klarheit und/oder gegenständliche Reinheit des Rechts? Bemerkungen zur Diskussion Kelsen – Pitamic / (Methodological Clarity or Substantial Purity? Notes on the Discussion between Kelsen and Pitamic), PL

 

Pavlakos, George, University of Antwerp / Belgium and Glasgow / UK, Title t.b.a., SW 61

 

Pavlakos, Georges, Antwerp / Belgium and Glasgow / UK, Legal Normativity and the philosophy of practical reason , SW 61

 

Payrow Shabani, Omid, Guelph / Canada, The Burgeoning Non-violence in the Iranian Protest Movement, WG 17

 

Penski, Ulrich, Siegen / Germany, Menschenrechte im Zeitablauf, WG 13

 

Pereira Coutinho, Luís Pedro, Lisbon University / Portugal, Theology and the foundational: the American foundation in Hannah Arendt, SW 4

 

Pereira e Silva, Maria Teresinha, PUC, Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, The evolution of Supreme Federal Court (STF) of Brazilian system of justice concerning social rights and the philosophical and social approach, SW 32

 

Pereira Sáez, Carolina, Galicia / Spain, “Principlism: Bioethics as a Procedure?“, WG 21

 

Pereira, Aline, UFMG / Brazil, Law, language and science, SW 32

 

Pereira, Ana Lucia Pretto, Paraná / Brazil, Political activity of constitutional jurisdiction: some dimensions, WG 15

 

Peréz Daza, Abraham, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, Justification of the moral discourse in Carlos Nino. On purpose of the liberalism’s fundamentation, SW 3

 

Perez de la Fuente, Oscar, Madrid / Spain, What kind of theoretical agreements are needed in resolving judicial cases?, WG 3

 

Pessôa, Leonel, Brazil, Inequality, Ability to Pay and the theories of equal and proportional sacrifices, WG 10

 

Petersen, Niels, MPI Bonn / Germany, The Role of Law and Economics in Constitutional Adjudication, SW 46

 

Petroski, Karen, Saint Louis University / USA, Legal Fictions, Legal Facts, and the Limits of Legal Communication, SW 16

 

Petroski, Karen, St. Louis / USA, Making Public Meaning: The Legal Use of Technical and Textual Expertise, WG 5

 

Peukert, Alexander, Germany, Freedom of Speech and Intellectual Property: Conceptualizing the conflict(s), SW 51

 

Pfersmann, Otto, Université Paris 1/France, Title t.b.a., SW 72

 

Phiri, Madalitso, Human Sciences Research Council HSRC, Cape Town, Mozambique's Post-Conflict Political Economy: Africa's Success Story? – 1992-2009, SW 54

 

Pichlak, Maciej, University of Wroclaw / Poland, SW 41

 

Pieniążek, Marcin, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski University, Cracow / Poland, Ricoeur on Sophocles and Aristotle, SW 40

 

Pieniążek, Marcin, Faculty of Law and Administration, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University / Poland, Paul Ricoeur’s dialogue of “Sein und Sollen” and its possible contribution to the philosophy of law, SW 67

 

Pinelli, Cesare, Sapienza Roma / Italy, Constitutional reasoning and political deliberation, SW 39

 

Pinheiro Faro, João + Fabris, Daury César, Faculdade de Direito de Vitória/Brasil, How to do Thing with the Constitution, SW 24

 

Pinto Alberto, Tiago + Pinto Alberto, Sabrina, Curitiba / Brazil, The contribution of Jürgen Habermas ‘s ideas to Brazilian Democracy, WG 28

 

Piotukh, Volha, University of Leeds / United Kingdom, Power over Life: the Concept of Biopolitics in Foucault, Agamben, and Esposito, SW 58

 

Pogorzelski, Oskar, Kraków / Poland, Modeling of concepts in criminal law using cognitive linguistic., WG 2

 

Polanowska-Sygulska, Beata Maria, Kraków / Poland, John Gray and the Implications of Value-Pluralism for Legal Philosophy, WG 11

 

Polyakov, A., St. Petersburg State University / Russia, Normative fact as the object of phenomenological analysis, SW 65

 

Pommer, Sieglinde, Oxford / UK, Regulating Responsibility: Health Law in the Wake of Science and Technology, WG 22

 

Pontes, José Antonio S., São Paulo / Brazil, Some advances in practical reason: for a progressist dialogue with contemporary hermeneutics, WG 2

 

Poole, Diego, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos / Spain, Democracy and Moral Relativism: A Reply to Hans Kelsen, SW 12

 

Poole, Diego, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos / Spain, Recta ratio in Thomist Philosophy of Law, SW 36

 

Poort, L.M., VU Amsterdam / The Netherlands, The Role of Expert-committees in Controversial Decision making, SW 71

 

Poort, Lonneke, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Involving the Experts - A Critical Analysis of the Role of Expert Committees in Legal Decision Making concerning Complex Technological Issues with a Strong Moral Impact -, SW 71

 

Poort, Lonneke, VU University Amsterdam / The Netherlands, An Ethos of Controversies operating in a Two-Track Approach. Analysis of an Interactive Model of Legislation., SW 66

 

Porto Macedo, Ronaldo, Universidade de São Paulo and Fundação Getúlio Vargas / Brazil, Overcoming orientalizing views of Latin American Law. New Approaches to the new Legal Experiences in Brazilian Law, SW 25

 

Portuese, Aurélien, Université Paris II / France, The case for a principled approach to law and economics: efficiency analysis and general principles of EU law, SW 14

 

Portuese, Aurélien, Université Paris II / France, The Case for a Principled Approach to Law and Economics: Efficiency Analysis and General Principles of EU Law, SW 46

 

Poscher, Ralf, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg / Germany, An Agonal Account of Legal Disagreement, SW 56

 

Postema, Gerald, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / USA, Hart and His Legacy, SW 55

 

Pribytkova, Elena, Ruhr-Universität Bochum / Germany, Justice in a Pluralistic World: John Rawls’ Ideas of Public Reason and an Overlapping Consensus, SW 45

 

Prochownik, Karolina, Krakow / Poland, Law and disgust. Is it reasonable for a lawyer to be disgusted?, WG 11

 

Przybylski-Lewandowski, Filip, Gdansk / Poland, Application of game theory in predicting court decisions, WG 5

 

Puiu-Nan, Rares-Sebastian, Brasov / Romania, On Suprainterpretation Concept And Lawyer’s Work, WG 2

 

Purnhagen, Kai P., Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / Germany, Never the Twain Shall Meet – Cultural Limits Between Continental Dogmatism and Law and Economics Theory?, SW 46

 

Qi, Chunyi, Frankfurt am Main / Deutschland, Methodischer Ansatz der Gesetzgebung mit chinesischer Prägung – Erfahrungen und Probleme, WG 9

 

Quinn, Michael, University College London / UK, Fuller on Legal Fictions: A Benthamic Perspective, SW 16

 

Raban, Ofer, Eugene, Oregon / USA, Capitalism, Liberalism, and the Constitutional Right to Privacy, WG 14

 

Raban, Ofer, University of Oregon School of Law / USA, The Legal Principle of Public Reasoning, SW 45

 

Ramis, Rafael, Universidad de las Islas Baleares / Spain, Alasdair Macintyre: “Legal Philosophy and Natural Law Tradition”, SW 12

 

Rashidi, Hadayat, Tehran / Iran, Blood money in the yesterday and today Islam, WG 8

 

Ratai, Balazs, University of Pécs / Hungary, Title t.b.a., SW 72

 

Raza, Ali Hassan, Lahore / Pakistan, Global peace in the view of religion, WG 13

 

Reinhardt, Jörn, Hamburg / Germany, Human Rights and Human Nature, SW 2

 

Reinhardt, Jörn, Hamburg / Germany, Transformationen der Demokratie, SW 5

 

Reinhardt, Jörn, University of Hamburg/ Germany, From Naturalism to Political Anthropology.The Role of Nature in Kant’s Theory of Rights, SW 2

 

Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl, Roskilde / Denmark, Ethical principles for biomedical and biotechnological challenges to law, WG 13

 

Rendtorff, Jacob Dahl, Roskilde / Denmark, Hannah Arendt and the ethics of legal administration and judgment, WG 15

 

Renzikowski, Joachim, Universität Halle, Die Hart-Radbruch-Kontroverse – nur eine Frage der Kompetenz?, SW 7

 

Renzo, Massimo, York Law School, The University of York / UK, Fairness, Self-deception and Political Obligation, SW 68

 

Ribeiro, Luis Antonio Cunha, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Workshop on Biopolitics, SW 58

 

Rivera López, Eduardo, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella - CONICET, Argentina, Subjective and objective moral duties. Further thoughts Carlos Nino’s Quatrilemma of Consequentialism, SW 3

 

Rizvi, Ali M., Universiti Brunei Darussalam / Brunei Darussalam, Biopower, governmentality, and capitalism through the lenses of freedom: A conceptual enquiry, SW 58

 

Robl Filho, Ilton Norberto+ Frota, Pablo Malheiros da Cunha, Paraná / Brazil, Post Legal Positivism: New Paradigm of Legal Science (Jurisprudence) and Practice in Brazil, WG 8

 

Roca, Victoria, Alicante University / Spain, The Role of Legality in the Struggle for Democracy, SW 73

 

Rodak, Lidia, Katowice / Poland, Objectivity in Legal Discourse. The Comparative Perspective, SW 59

 

Rodrigues-Junior, Otavio Luiz, Rio de Janeiro / Brazil, Life, Science and Law: Dialogues and Shortcomings, WG 21

 

Rodriguez Pietro, Rafael, University of Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla / Spain, Toward a Complex Approach to Subjectivity. The Common, Constituent Power and Human Needs, SW 4

 

Rodriguez Prieto, Rafael, Sevilla / Spain, Net Neutrality or Not Neutrality? Law, Politics & Internet, SW 60

 

Rodríguez Prieto, Rafael, Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla / Spain, Title: Individualization without individualism. A critical analysis of identity in the framework of the Alliance of Civilizations, SW 79

 

Rodriguez, José Rodrigo + Barbosa, Samuel Rodrigues, São Paulo / Brazil, The ambivalent relation between science and law in narratives of justification of the Brazilian Law, WG 5

 

Rodriguez-Blanco, Veronica, Birmingham / UK, Legal Normativity and the philosophy of practical reason , SW 61

 

Rodriguez-Blanco, Veronica, University of Birmingham / UK, Legal Authority and the Paradox of Intention in Action, SW 61

 

Rohrmann, Carlos Alberto, Faculdade de Direito Milton Campos / Brazil, On line Privacy Protection under a Brazilian Court Perspective: A Case Study, SW 25

 

Romanowicz, Marcin, University of Warsaw / Poland, Psycholinguistic perspective and the positivist idea of legal interpretation“, SW 26

 

Ronkainen, Anna, University of Helsinki, Department of Modern Languages / Finland, Dual-process cognition and legal reasoning, SW 26

 

Roth, Laura C., Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Spain, Towards a deliberative criminal process, SW 3

 

Rotolo, Antonino + Roversi, Corrado, Bologna / Italy, Constitutive Rules and Coherence in Legal Argumentation, SW 15

 

Rottleuthner, Hubert (Institut für Rechtssoziologie und Rechtstatsachenforschung, Freie Universität Berlin/Germany, Gustav Radbruch und der ‚Unrechtsstaat’, SW 7

 

Rottleuthner, Hubert, Institut für Rechtssoziologie und Rechtstatsachenforschung, Freie Universität Berlin / Germany, Gustav Radbruch und der „Unrechtsstaat“, SW 7

 

Rubel, Alan, University of Wisconsin / USA, Information Access, Privacy, and Positive Intellectual Freedom, SW 22

 

Ruiz Ruiz, Ramón, Jaén / Spain, Globalization, law, and citizen political participation, WG 12

 

Ruiz-Resa, Josefa Dolores, University of Granada / Spain, Jurisprudence and the society of knowledge (how to adapt a dogmatic knowledge to the demands of the collective intelligence), SW 32

 

Ruiz-Resa, Josefa-Dolores, Granada / Spain, Connections between Education for Citizenship and equality between women and men (Analysis of the claims against this subject before the Spanish courts and their rulings), WG 9

 

Ruiz-Resa, Josefa-Dolores, Granada / Spain, Jurisprunce and the society of knowledge (how to adapt a dogmatic knowledge to the demands of the collective intelligence), WG 10

 

Rundle, Kristen, London School of Economics / UK, Before the debate: reading Fuller through eunomics, SW 66

 

Rundle, Kristen, London School of Economics / UK, Pathology as Teacher: Fuller’s Distinctive Starting Point, SW 16

 

Sabino, Hugo + Oliveira, Júlio, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Phronesis and the control of Public Administration Acts in Brazilian Legal System, WG 16

 

Saito, Yukiko, Kitasato Univ / Japan, Who can give consent to use/make one’s gametes?, SW 63

 

Sakurai, Tetsu, Kobe University/ Japan, Should Society Guarantee Individuals a Right to Keep ‘Normal Functioning’? Liberal Eugenics Is Confronted With the Challenge of Global Justice, SW 2

 

Salaymeh, Lena, University of Berkeley / USA, Narrating Legal Change: An Exemplary Story from Rabbinic Historiography, SW 27

 

Salazar, Pedro, UNAM / Mexico, Democracy, Transparency, and Public Opinion in the “Latin American Triangle”, SW 30

 

Salcedo Repolês, Maria Fernanda, UFMG / Brazil, Law in theory and law in practice with the recognition of new social actors, SW 32

 

Saliger, Frank, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg / Germany, „Institutionelle Tatsachen“, SW 43

 

Samokhina, Ekaterina, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Faculty of Law, Saint-Petersburg / Russia, The problem of a romanticized vision of law in legal education, SW 72

 

Samonek, Aleksandra, Jagiellonian University / Poland, Criminal law agency and STIT Theory, SW 62

 

Samonek, Aleksandra, Kraków / Poland, Elaboration of a work. A gametheoretical analysis of intellectual property law, WG 20

 

Samonek, Aleksandra, Krakow / Poland, Philosophy of science and legal philosophy- a blending or a clash?, SW 62

 

Sampaio Ferraz Junior, Tercio, University of São Paulo / Brasil, Erosion of subjective rights by reason of technical development (Patent, Copyright), PL

 

Sánchez Cámara, Ignacio, Universidad de La Coruña / Spain, Perspectivism and Natural Law, SW 12

 

Sanella, Elena, Decolonising Legal Theory: The way ahead for the breakthrough of African Legal Theory, SW 54

 

Sangero, Boaz, Jerusalem / Israel, Towards Safety in the Criminal Justice System, WG 7

 

Sangero, Rinat Kitai, The Academic Center of Law and Business / Israel, Does and should the State forgive perpetrators of heinous crimes via statutes of limitations? , SW 3

 

Santacolma, Andrés, Bogotá / Colombia, “I Don’t Suppose You Can Bluff a Bacterium”; How the Law has to Deal with Science, Junk Science, and Scientism to Pursue the Truth, WG 5

 

Santiago, Willis, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo / Brazil, Antigone or the Poetical Dissolution of Politics, SW 4

 

Santos, José-Antonio, Madrid / Spain, Philosophie des Strafrechts, Rechtspositivismus und Eugenik in der Weimarer Republik, WG 22

 

Sanz Burgos, Raúl, Spain, Democracy and technological politic in the risk society, WG 26

 

Sartor, G., Bologna / Italy, AICOL – Artificial Intelligence Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems, SW 8

 

Savaneli, Bizina, Georgia, General Plan of Mutual Transition, Spiral and Evolutionary Development of Positive Law and Normative Order, WG 12

 

Scattola, Merio, Padua / Italy, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Schaber, Peter, Universität Zürich / Switzerland, Würde und Lebensschutz, SW 34

 

Schafer, Burkhard, University of Edinburgh / UK, Bentham and Zalta on Reasoning with Fiction, SW 16

 

Schaumburg-Müller, Sten, Aarhus / Denmark, The challenges of technology and a three leveled protection of freedom of speech, WG 14

 

Schiess, Loisima + Miranda, Lossian, Brazil, Physikalische und mathematische Verbindungen von Justiz Division, WG 10

 

Schiess, Loisima Miranda + Miranda, Lossian, Brasilianischer Richterverband / Brazil, Bundesinstitut für Eziehung, Wissenschaft und Technologie Piauí / Brazil, Physikalische und Matematische Verbindungen von Justiz Division, SW 26

 

Schincariol, Rafael, Sao Paulo / Brazil, Recognition, reification and social pathologies in Suffering from indeterminacy, WG 28

 

Schirrmacher, Thomas, State University of the West / Romania, Compulsory Education—in Schools Only? Divergent Developments in Germany, SW 48

 

Schmidt, Aernout, Leyden University / Netherlands, Aiming for evidence-based legal theory (with an application to legal domestication of a multi-phenomenon, co-emerging with data storing, -mining and – processing capabilities), SW 23

 

Schnüriger, Hubert, Basel / Switzerland, Eine Statustheorie subjektiver Rechte, WG 11

 

Schuhr, Jan C., Erlangen-Nürnberg / Germany, Rechtswissenschaft mit axiomatischer Methode?, WG 1

 

Schuhr, Jan, Universität Erlangen / Germany, Willensfreiheit, Roboter und Auswahlaxiom, SW 33

 

Schwartz, Alexander, Queens University, Kingston / Canada, Nested Nomos: Tensions between Sub-state Constitutionalism and the Integrity of Law, SW 53

 

Scott, Brewer, Harvard Law School / USA, Title t.b.a., SW 41

 

Seco Martíne, José María, Pablo de Olavide University of Seville / Spain, Title t.b.a., SW 60

 

Seco Martinez, Jose Maria, Spain, Is media consolidation a real threat to democracy?, WG 18

 

Seinecke, Ralf, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Recht und Rechtspluralismus – Perspektiven von Rechtsphilosophie und Rechtswissenschaft?, SW 5

 

Sellers, Mortimer N.S., Maryland + Washington, D.C. / USA, Title: The Science of International Law, WG 32

 

Sena de Assunção, Guilherme / Araújo Costa, Alexandre, Brasilia / Brazil, How Internet changed the process of legitimation of state violence in the invasion of Morro do Alemão, WG 18

 

Sena, Jaqueline, Sao Paulo / Brazil, The relations between legal doctrine and technology: an analysis of the ineffectiveness of environmental law, WG 23

 

Sena, Jaqueline, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Brasilian legal system, SW 59

 

Seoane, José Antonio, A Coruña / Spain, Human rights and disability: a question of justice, WG 10

 

Seoane, José Antonio, Universidad de A Coruña / Spain, Hermeneutik und Typus, SW 10

 

Serbena, Cesar Antonio, Parana / Brazil, Is Ethics with moral dilemmas possible? A paraconsistent proposal, WG 11

 

Serra, Juan Pablo, University Francisco de Vitoria, Madrid / Spain, Epistemic Justification of Democracy: A Hidden Epistemocracy or Just Another Legitimization of Democracy?, SW 30

 

Sette Lopes, Mônica, UFMG / Brazil, Jurisprudence under the perspective of the new media and its effect on the communication of Law, SW 32

 

Shiffrin, Seana Valentine, University of California, Los Angeles / USA, A Thinker-Based Approach To Freedom Of Speech, PL

 

Shimazu, Itaru, Chiba / Japan, The Scope of Liberalism in Bioethics; the limit of concenting will, SW 63

 

Shimazu, Itaru, Chiba Univ. / Japan, Limitting the Scope of Consent by Unarticulated Reasons, SW 63

 

Shimazu, Minobu, Chiba / Japan, How law should treat Information and Communication Technologies and Society, against real world?, WG 20

 

Shiner, Roger A., Kelowna / Canada, Law’s Naive Realism, WG 1

 

Shiner, Roger A., University of British Columbia Okanagan and Okanagan College / Canada, Hart and the Senses of Discretion, SW 21

 

Shoshan, Moshe, The Rothberg School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem / Israel, Between Structure and Subversion: The Two Faces of Legal Exemplary Anecdotes, SW 27

 

Siciliano, Domenico, Florence / Italy, Global Governance des Militärs: Einsatzregeln als Hybride zwischen Recht, Politik und Technik, WG 12

 

Sieckmann, Jan, Bamberg / Germany, Is Balancing a Method of Rational Justification?, SW 15

 

Sieckmann, Jan-R., University of Erlangen-Nürnberg / Germany and University of Buenos Aires / Argentina, Legislation as Implementation of Constitutional Law, SW 75

 

Silungwe, M. Chikosa, Malawi Law Commission Silungwe is participating in his personal capacity, On ‘African’ Legal Theory: A possibility, An impossibility or Mere Conundrum?, SW 54

 

Silva, Dennis Franco, Minas Gerais / Brazil, From human rights to person rights: legal reflections on posthumanism and human enhancement, WG 13

 

Silveira Siqueira, Gustavo + Andrade Neto, João, UFMG / Brazil, The revolution will be tweeted: how the Internet can stimulate the public exercise of freedoms, SW 32

 

Sim, Woomin, Institute of Legal Studies, Yonsei Law School / South Korea, Disagreement and Proceduralism in the Perspective of Legisprudence, SW 75

 

Simim, Thiago Aguiar, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Miscegenation, identity and race relations in Brazil, WG 16

 

Simon, Judith, Institut Jean Nicod, ENS Paris / France, E-democracy and Values in Information Systems Design, SW 30

 

Siqueira, Gustavo, Minas Gerais / Brazil, Experience, Culture and Legal History, WG 8

 

Skąpska, Grażyna, Jagiellonian University, Krakow / Poland, Postcommunist Constitutionalism Twenty Years After. A Critical Reflection on My Book, SW 78

 

Skąpska, Grażyna, Poland, Constitutionalism After Communism: Author meets her critics, SW 78

 

Škop, Martin, Czech Republic, Milan Kundera and Franz Kafka – How not to Forget the Everydayness, SW 24

 

Smith, Carel, Leiden / Netherlands, Analogical and Exemplary Reasoning in Legal Discourse, SW 64

 

Smith, Carel, Leiden Law School, Leiden University / The Netherlands, The Rhetoric of Literallity: Rules and Metaphor in Law, SW 64

 

Smith, Carel, Leiden Law School, Leiden University / The Netherlands, Understanding Value-conflicts in Law: Towards a Cultural Vocabulary of Law, SW 67

 

Soares de Moura Costa Matos, Andityas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – FEAD / Brazil, From Literature to Cinema, from Cinema to Reality. Law and Dystopia in Contemporary World, SW 24

 

Soares de Moura Costa, Andityas, UFMG / Brazil, For a legal ideology criticism: State and Law as a theological and conservative concept, SW 32

 

Soares, Rafael, UFMG / Brazil, The law and ethical act of judging as a guideline for harmonious relations between the values: a phenomenological view, SW 32

 

Soluch, Paweł, University of Warsaw / Poland, The perspectives of eyetracking research in legal sciences, SW 26

 

Sorares Pereira, Rui, Lisbon / Portugal, Challenging The “Cause-In-Fact”/ “Cause-In-Law” Dichotomy, WG 5

 

Sousa Brito, José, Lisbon / Portugal, Legal positivism: a self-effacing theory, WG 32

 

Souza, Herivelto P., Universidade de Brasília – UnB / Brazil, Primacy of anomalousness: life, norms and politics in Canguilhem and Foucault, SW 58

 

Spaak, Torben, Uppsala University, Robert Alexy, the Radbruch Formula, and the Separation Thesis, SW 7

 

Spengler, Adriana, Itajai / Brazil, The transnational criminal investigations with new technology and the relativization of fundamental rights, WG 26

 

Spranger, Tade, IWE Bonn / Germany, Roboter und Cyborg in der Grundrechtsordnung, SW 33

 

Städtler, Michael, Münster / Germany, Technische und gesellschaftliche Entwicklung als Herausforderung fürs Recht bei Hegel, WG 30

 

Stavang, Endre, University of Oslo / Norway, Some experience-based thoughts on the relevance of economic analysis of law, SW 14

 

Stave, Yukiko, Japan, Confucianism and Rule of Law: Their Compatibility and Inherent Injustice, WG 14

 

Stawecki, Tomasz + Staskiewicz, Wieslaw, Warsaw / Poland, Impact of new forms of collecting legal information to the process of legal interpretation, WG 2

 

Stepien, Mateusz, Jagiellonian University Krakow / Poland, The Relation between Human Nature and Human Rights. The Confucian example, SW 2

 

Stone, Sophia, U.S.A., Death as Legal Problem in the Age of Medical Science, WG 22

 

Stoppenbrink, Katja, Walferdingen / Luxembourg, Reproductive technologies, parental choice and legal limbo. On the ethics of biopolitical law-making, WG 21

 

Stovba, Aleksei, Kharkov’s National University / Ukraine, N.N. Alekseev: special way in the phenomenology of law, SW 29

 

Stovba, O., Kharkov’s National University / Ukraine, Law and “Ge-stell”, SW 65

 

Stovba, Oleksiy, Kharkov / Ukraine, Recht, Wissenschaft und Technik: phänomenologisch-hermeneutischer Ansatz, SW 65

 

Stranz, Katelijne, University of Hamburg / Germany, German legal system, SW 59

 

Suehisa, Toshihiko, Aoba-ku / Japan, The Right of Self-determination and Its Functions, WG 14

 

Sugawara, Yasuhiro, Hokkaigakuen University / Japan, Meaning of the Communication in Civil Society and its philosophical Ground, SW 52

 

Sun, Guoqiong + Saliceti, Alessandro Ianniello, EC, European Union, Brüssel / Belgium, Precautionary principle, uncertainty and the principle of legal certainty in EU Law and in China, SW 35

 

Sunde, Inger Marie, Oslo / Norway, Criminal Law as Technical Fact: An Analytical Approach to Internet Crime, WG 20

 

Swan, Peter, Ontario / Canada, “There'll be the breaking of the ancient western code”?: Explorations of Law at the End of History, WG 11

 

Szerlics, Antal, University of Essex / UK, Hungarian legal system, SW 59

 

Taekema, Sanne, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, The Neglect of Facts, SW 67

 

Taekema, Sanne, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, A Pragmatist Account of Legal Dynamics, SW 66

 

Taekema, Sanne, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Dynamics of Law and Society: The Promise of Interactionism and Pragmatism, SW 66

 

Taekema, Sanne, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, The Fact/Value Separation and its Relevance for Interdisciplinary Research in Law, SW 67

 

Taitslin, Anna, University of Canberra / Australia, Right Reason in the Stoic thought from Zeno to Seneca, SW 36

 

Taitslin, Anna, University of Canberra / Australia, The competing sources of Aquinas’ Natural Law: Aristotle, Roman Law and early Christian Fathers, and the vitality of Suarez’ critique, SW 12

 

Takeshita, Ken, Kansai Universität, Osaka / Japan, Der kulturelle ethishe Hintergrund der Abschätzung des Selbstmords in Japan, SW 42

 

Takikawa, Hirohide, Graduate School of Law, Osaka City University / Japan, Free Riders Play Fair, SW 68

 

Takikawa, Hirohide, Osaka / Japan, Political Obligation, SW 68

 

Takikawa, Hirohide, Osaka, City University / Japan, Title t.b.a., SW 68

 

Talcott, Samuel R., University of the Sciences in Philadelphia / United States of America, Canguilhem, Jacob, and Foucault: the Emergence of Biopower as Concept, SW 58

 

Taniguchi, Koichi, Tokyo Metropolitan University / Japan, Paradox of Solidarity and Coersion – global Impact on Communities, SW 52

 

Tashev, Rossen, Bulgaria, Forms of Validity of the Legal Norms, WG 32

 

Tavares Costa Filho, Venceslau, Pernambuco / Brazil, The Juridical Rhetoric in the Slavery of the imperial brazil (1822-1889), WG 16

 

Teifke, Nils, Kiel / Germany, Menschenwürde als Prinzip, SW 5

 

Ten, Yulia, Taganrog / Russia, Symbolic representation of the legal concepts in culture: the problem of interpretation”, WG 9

 

Tenenbaum, Sergio, University of Toronto / Canada, The Rationality of Vague and Indeterminate Ends and Legal Discretion, SW 61

 

Tepe, Harun, Hacettepe University Ankara / Turkey, A New concept of Human Nature as a Basis for Human Rights, SW 2

 

Thea, Federico, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, A deliberative conception of authority, SW 3

 

Thompson, Marcelo, Hong Kong S.A.R. / China, Resisting Enframing: Law and the Poiēsis of Technē, WG 24

 

Tierney, Stephen, University of Edinburgh / UK, ‘Sub-state nations on the semi-periphery: discrete expressions of pouvoir constituant through the referendum’, SW 53

 

Timoshina, E., St. Petersburg State University / Russia, The Tradition of Phenomenological Interpretation of L. Petrazycki's Legal Philosophy, SW 65

 

Tinnefeld, Marie-Theres + Lachmayer, Friedrich, München / Germany + Innsbruck / Austria, Transparency, State Taboo and Privacy. Some remarks on Plato's "Simile of the Cave, WG 20

 

Tönnies, Sibylle, Brandenburg / Germany, Der Einfluss der Naturwissenschaften auf die Rechtsphilosophie, WG 25

 

Toprak, Musa, Ankara / Turkey, Implementation as a Key Concept for International Courts (of Human Rights), WG 14

 

Travessoni, Alexandre, Belo Horizonte / Brazil, Discretion and the claim of correctness: effects of the relation between law and morality in legal adjudication, WG 3

 

Travessoni, Alexandre, Universidade Presidente Antônio Carlos, Gustav Radbruch’s (Supposed) Turn against Positivism: a Matter of Balancing?, SW 7

 

Travessoni, Alexandre, Universidade Presidente Antônio Carlos, Gustav Radbruch’s (Supposed) Turn against Positivism: a Matter of Balancing?, SW 7

 

Triggiano, Annalisa, University of Salerno / Italy, Evidentiary rules in Roman rhetoric and jurisprudence, SW 40

 

Trujillo, María Guadalupe, México, Critic to the Human Rights concept in a Globalised Right, SW 25

 

Tsai, Raylin, Taipei / Taiwan, A Virtual Justice in the Documentary Film of ‘Rebiya Kadeer: The 10 Conditions of Love’, WG 19

 

Turegano, Isabel, Castilla-la Mancha / Spain, The Role of International Law in State Building: Levels of Transitional Justice, WG 12

 

Turkbag, Ahmet Ulvi, Istanbul / Turkey, Stereotypes and Prejudices Versus Human Rights in An Advanced Technological World, WG 13

 

Turkbag, Ahmet Ulvi, University of Galatasaray / Turkey, The Bare Life and the Modern Law: A Journey to Some Key Concepts or Conceptions of Agamben, SW 58

 

Tuzet, Giovanni + Canale, Damanio, Department of Legal Studies, Università di Bocconi, Milano / Italy, Analogical Reasoning and Extensive Interpretation, SW 64

 

Tuzet, Giovanni, Bocconi / Italy, Truth on Trial –- Inquiry or Advocacy in Legal Argumentation?, SW 15

 

Twining, William, University College London / UK and Miami / USA, Fuller’s Legal Fictions: Introductory Remarks, SW 16

 

Ubena, John, Stockholm / Sweden, Legislative Techniques and ICT: In the Wake of Law keeping pace with Technology, WG 25

 

Üskül Engin, Zeynep Özlem, Istanbul / Turkey, Genetically Modified Organism and Different Legislations, SW 69

 

Unnerstall, Herwig, Evangelische Akademie Hofgeismar / Germany, Legal and philosophical problems of intergenerational justice, SW 19

 

Urayama, Seiko, Tokyo / Japan, Immigration Justice as a Theory of Global Distributive Justice, WG 12

 

Uygur, Gülriz, Ankara / Turkey, Legal Discourse and Human Rights, SW 70

 

van Beers, B., VU Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Role of Experts in Decision Making on Artificial Pro-creation, SW 71

 

Van Beers, Britta, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Involving the Experts - A Critical Analysis of the Role of Expert Committees in Legal Decision Making concerning Complex Technological Issues with a Strong Moral Impact-, SW 71

 

van Blom, Karlijn, Tilburg University / The Netherlands, The Use of Foreign Sources of Law, an Historical Approach, SW 1

 

Van der Burg, Wibren, Erasmus University Rotterdam / The Netherlands, What is Legal Interactionism?, SW 66

 

van der Burg, Wibren, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, Dynamics of Law and Society: The Promise of Interactionism and Pragmatism, SW 66

 

van Dijk, Niels + de Vries, Katja, Free University Brussels / Belgium, The Hydra of Legal Practice, SW 23

 

van Domselaar, Iris, University of Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Destabilizing Adjudication: where deconstructivism and neo-Aristotelianism meet, SW 11

 

van Domselaar, Iris, University of Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Destabilizing Adjudication: where deconstructivism and neo-Aristotelianism meet, SW 11

 

Van Geelkerken, F.W.J., Stockholm / Sweden, Biometrics in the Dutch passport; security measures or measuring security?, WG 26

 

Van Gerven, Walter, University of Leuven / Belgium, Politics, Ethics & The Law – Legal Practice & Scholarship, SW 72

 

van Hoecke, Mark + Good, Jürgen + Busch, Christoph, Univ. Ghent / Belgium + Univ. Lucerne / Switzerland + Univ. Vienna / Austria, Introduction (“European Co-operation and Best Practice in Legal Theory Education: Past, Present, Future”), SW 72

 

Van Hoecke, Mark, Gent / Belgium, Legal Theory and Education: The Way Ahead, SW 72

 

Van Hoecke, Mark, University of Ghent / Belgium, European Court of Human Rights, SW 59

 

van Klink, Bart + Lembcke, Oliver, Faculty of Law, VU University Amsterdam / The Netherlands + Friedrich Schiller University Jena / Germany, “The Normative Force of the Factual“. Georg Jellinek, Hans Kelsen and Carl Schmitt on the Is-Ought Distinction, SW 67

 

Van Klink, Bart, Rotterdam / The Netherlands, The Fact/Value Separation and its Relevance for Interdisciplinary Research in Law, SW 67

 

Vandendriessche, Diederik, Brussele / Belgium, Tax havens, ADR and legal theory, SW 20

 

Varga, Csaba, Budapest / Hungary, Where Law, Science and New Technology can Meet: The Philosophy of European Law, WG 12

 

Vedder, Anton + Steijn, Wouter, Tilburg / Netherlands, The Use of Personal Data for the Formation of Relationships: Impact on the Definition of Privacy, WG 19

 

Vega, Jesús, University of Oviedo / Spain, Aristotle vs. Schauer on Rules as Generalizations, SW 11

 

Veitch, Scott, University of Hong Kong/ China, Binding and Loosing: Exemplary Narratives and the ‘Vinculum Iuris’, SW 27

 

Velarde, Caridad, Universidad de Navarra / Spain, Borders, Political Community, and Natural Law Tradition, SW 12

 

Venema, Derk, Radboud University Nijmegen / The Netherlands, Transitional Justice Mechanisms as Rites of Passage, SW 73

 

Veraart, Wouter, Amsterdam / The Netherlands, Transitional justice in Legal Philosophical Perspective, SW 73

 

Veraart, Wouter, VU University Amsterdam / The Netherlands, You Asked for Justice, But What You Received was Legal Peace. The Structure of Disappointment in Some Cases of Transitional Justice, SW 73

 

Verbeek, Bruno, University of Leiden / The Netherlands, The Authority of Conventions, Social Norms and Law, SW 61

 

Vergara, Oscar, Galicia / Spain, Some Remarks about the Spanish Transition to Democracy and the so called Historical Memory, WG 16

 

Vezeleva, Anna, Saint-Petersburg / Russia, Biopolitics and social-psychological approach to Law as a methodology studying Law as psy-technology, WG 21

 

Victoria, Diego + Ochoa, Fernando, Cali / Colombia, Communicative rationality in the standardization of legal relevant criminal conduct, WG 7

 

Villa Rosas, Gonzalo, Bogotá / Colombia, Über Tatsachen und Handlungen, WG 1

 

Visegrády, Antal, Pecs / Hungary, Comparative Judicial Ethics, WG 11

 

Voitsishen, Vitaliy, Ukraine, Phenomenology of Judgement, SW 65

 

Volker, Caspari, Technische Universität Darmstadt / Germany, Title t.b.a., SW 41

 

Von Daniels, Detlef, Witten / Germany, The Jurisprudence of Crisis. The dispute between Schmitt and Kelsen in the light of contemporary political theory, WG 27

 

Von der Pfordten, Dietmar, Universität Göttingen / Germany, Die „Stoffbestimmtheit der Rechtsidee“ und die „Natur der Sache – Ontologie, Konvention oder Konstruktion?, SW 43

 

von Harbou, Frederik, University of Zurich / Switzerland, Bridging the Moral Gap: Cosmopolitan Empathy and Human Rights, SW 2

 

von Hirsch, Andreas, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Criminalization, SW 17

 

von Hirsch, Andreas, University of Frankfurt / Germany and University of Cambridge / UK, The roles of harmfulness and wrongfulness in crimalisation theory, SW 17

 

Vujadinovic, Dragica, Belgrade / Serbia, The Role of European Civil Society in Building the European Polity, WG 29

 

Wapler, Friederike, Göttingen / Germany, Pluralismus und Toleranz in liberalen politischen Gemeinschaften, SW 5

 

Weber, Rolf, Zürich / Switzerland, Privacy, WG 12

 

Weisbrot, Marcin Jakub, Katowice / Poland, Legal certainty, objectivity of law in view of Von Hayek’s concept of non-articulated rules, WG 31

 

Wellman, Carl, Washington University in St. Louis / USA, How Should We Legal Philosophers Make Use of Economics?, PL

 

Westphal, Ken, University of East Anglia / UK, Title t.b.a., SW 61

 

Wielsch, Dan, Köln / Germany, Private Law Theory (PLT) – Politics of Private Law in a Technological Age, SW 74

 

Wielsch, Dan, University of Cologne / Germany, Public Dimension of Licencing, SW 74

 

Wihl, Tim, Berlin / Germany, Menschenwürde als praktische Wahrheit, SW 5

 

Winczorek, Jan, Warsaw / Poland, Technological transformations and the anthropologies of criminal law, WG 26

 

Wintgens, Luc J., Brussels / Belgium, Legisprudence – Rethinking Legislation and Regulation in the Light of Legal Theory, SW 75

 

Wintgens, Luc J., University of Brussels HUB-KUB / Belgium, Rationality of Legislation and Legislative Evaluation, SW 75

 

Wojciechowski, Bartosz, Łódź / Poland, Legal recognition of minority groups in light of social sciences, SW 76

 

Wolenski, Jan, Jagiellonian University of Cracow / Poland, Kelsen and Hart in 20th-century Legal Philosophy in Eastern European Countries, SW 55

 

Wu, Chunyan + Qi, Haibin + Fan, Xiaoning, Wuhan / China + Wuhan / China + New Haven / USA, On legal protection of human genetic resources – from a China’s legislation and practice perspective, WG 21

 

Xigen, Wang, Hubei / China, On the right to be free from poverty – a perspective of global justice, WG 12

 

Yang, Bei, Beijing / China, The Role of Reasonableness in Law, WG 3

 

Yankah, Ekow N., Cardozo School of Law New York / USA, Legal Vices and Civic Virtues, SW 11

 

Yankah, Ekow, Yeshiva University, Cardozo Law School / USA, Civic Vices and the Rule of Law”, SW 61

 

Yanping, Li, Macao / China, The subnational constitutionalism in the context of Chinese “one country, two systems”: the case of Macao S.A.R., WG 17

 

Yaylali, Mustafa, Rome / Italy, “Community and Law Approach”: Identifying the locus of Law in Community, WG 9

 

Yen, Chueh-an, Taipei / Taiwan, Democracy and the Nature of Law, WG 15

 

Yokohama, Tatsuya Shizuoka University / Japan, Intrinsic Value of Law and Good Governance: A Reorganization of Legal

 

Yokohama, Tatsuya, Shizuoka University / Japan, Title t.b.a., SW 68

 

Yokomizo, Dai, Nagoya University / Japan, Technological Evolution and the Method of Conflict of Laws, SW 74

 

Yoon Kang, Hyo, Universität Luzern / Switzerland, Title t.b.a., SW 31

 

Young, Diana, Carleton University / Canada, Law, Film and the Abject: Representing the Unknowable, SW 27

 

Yowell, Paul, Oxford / UK, Title t.b.a., SW 18

 

Yuichi, Maru, Chiba University Hospital / Japan, Informed consent in clinical research and the respect for autonomy, SW 63

 

Zago de Moraes, Ana Luisa, Brazil, The state of exception and the penal system in contemporary brazil, WG 7

 

Załuski, Wojciech, Krakow / Poland, Evolutionary Theory and Metaethics, WG 11

 

Załuski, Wojciech, University / Poland, Deontic, SW 62

 

Zamboni, Mauro, Stockholm / Sweden, Transnational corporate law: lex mercatoria or lex americana?, WG 12

 

Zhang, Qingbo, Macau / China, Judicial Control, Good Unconstitutionality or Unwritten Constitution. How to deal with the antipode between the Text of Chinese Constitution and the Reality?, WG 2

 

Zhao, Bo, Groningen / Netherlands, The Social Construct of Posthumous Reputation, WG 14

 

Zheng, Yongliu, China, Kelsen in China, WG 27

 

Zhou, Shizhong, Guilin, Guangxi / China, The Development of Laboratory Animal Science and Animal Care of Legislation and Consummation, WG 23

 

Ziemann, Sascha, Frankfurt am Main / Germany, Junge Rechtsphilosophie, SW 5

 

Zietek, Magdalena, Aachen / Germany, Epistemische Unsicherheiten und das Recht, SW 35

 

Zietek, Magdalena, Aachen / Germany, Über die technokratischen Grundlagen des modernen Rechtsverständnisses, SW 5

 

Ziętek, Magdalena, RWTH Aachen / Germany, Über den verantwortlicher Umgang der politischen und juristischen Entscheidungsträger mit den Ergebnissen der Natur- und Ingenieurwissenschaften, SW 35

 

Zirk-Sadowski, Marek, Łódź / Poland, Legal recognition of minority groups in light of social sciences, SW 76

 

Zirk-Sadowski, Marek, University of Lodz / Poland, Modern State Model and Postmodern Consciousenss of Lawyers, SW 78

 

Zuleta, Enrique, Buenos Aires / Argentinia, Sterbehilfe aus ethischer und rechtlicher Sicht / Die Religion im öffentlichen Bereich, SW 42

 

Żuralska, Marta, Warsaw / Poland, Independent Regulatory Agencies: New Mode of Governance in the face of Technological Change, WG 18

 

 





 

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