mercoledì 30 marzo 2016
giovedì 17 marzo 2016
mercoledì 16 marzo 2016
domenica 13 marzo 2016
sabato 5 marzo 2016
mercoledì 2 marzo 2016
venerdì 26 febbraio 2016
TROPOS | JOURNAL OF HERMENEUTICS AND PHILOSOPHICAL CRITICISMEdited by Gianni VATTIMO and Gaetano CHIURAZZIWebsite: http://troposonline.org/TROPOS | CURRENT ISSUE"PAUL RICOEUR: HUMAN, ANTIHUMAN, POSTHUMAN",edited by Paolo FURIA and Alberto MARTINENGOFull details here: http://wp.me/s1UoYU-20151TABLE OF CONTENTSA. Martinengo, La via lunga del soggettoPaul Ricoeur: Human, Antihuman, PosthumanE. Brennan, Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics of the Self (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-7z)G. Aranzueque, Heterogeneidades sin síntesis. Del hombre falible al doliente (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-7F)J. Michel, Of Testimony and Confession: Two Paradigms of the Subject (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-7L)O. Aime, L’animale autobiografico e l’identità narrativa nell’epoca della tecnoscienza (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-7P)P. Furia, Identità e narrazione: la posizione ricoeuriana alla prova dei social network (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-7T)A. Romele, Digital Traceability and the Right to be Forgotten: Ricoeurian Perspectives (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-88)SaggiA. Michelis, Una prospettiva di emancipazione socratica dalla città globale della retorica (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-8e)A. Rotundo, Phantasy, Picture-Consciousness, and the Phenomenological Method (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-8i)K. Lundsgaard-Leth, Anxiety, Freedom, and the Future of the Past (http://wp.me/p1UoYU-8m)
lunedì 15 febbraio 2016
domenica 14 febbraio 2016
Justice Antonin Scalia, whose transformative legal theories, vivid writing and outsize personality made him a leader of a conservative intellectual renaissance in his three decades on the Supreme Court, was found dead on Saturday 13 at a resort in West Texas. He was 79.
sabato 6 febbraio 2016
Premiato al CNR di Roma il libro di Maria Rosaria Marella e Giovanni Marini sul diritto di famiglia.
Abbiamo il piacere d'informare la comunità scientifica che giovedì 17 dicembre è stato premiato a Roma il libro di Maria Rosaria Marella e Giovanni Marini sulle relazioni familiari nell’epoca della globalizzazione. Il libro dal titolo Di cosa parliamo quando parliamo di famiglia, edito da Laterza (2014), è stato selezionato da una giuria di esperti come miglior libro giuridico nell’ambito dell'edizione 2015 del "Premio Nazionale di Divulgazione Scientifica" promossa dall'Associazione italiana del libro con il patrocinio del CNR e dell'Associazione italiana per la ricerca italiana.
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF LAW AND JUSTICE
No Foundations is an international peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing interdisciplinary legal scholarship of the highest quality at the interface between law and justice. We encourage contributions from all areas of law and beyond, with the aim of bridging the gap once opened between law and other social and human activities and experiences.
On the assumption that law is a socially embedded phenomenon that cannot be fully understood as an autonomous discipline, we aim to connect law both with its real effects on the lives of individuals and societies, and with the realm of human aspirations and ideals that give it life and meaning.
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giovedì 4 febbraio 2016
!!!! Martedì 22 marzo 2016 – h. 15.30: Prof. P.G. Monateri "La genealogia 'demonologica' della Modernità. Un addio alla Teologia politica di Schmitt"
Programma Classe di Scienze Morali Accademia delle Scienze 2016
Prof. P.G. Monateri
"La genealogia 'demonologica' della Modernità.
Un addio alla Teologia politica di Schmitt"
venerdì 22 gennaio 2016
2016 Annual Conference:
Unity and/or Diversity
May 30 to June 1, 2016
Louisiana State University Law Center, USA
Theme: Comparative legal studies have long been perceived as an
engine pulling legal traditions and systems towards
convergence, harmonization, and unification. Today, legal pluralism
pushes towards the recognition of human and social diversity.
Does this mean that we have to choose between unity and
diversity, Jus unum or juris diversitas? To what extent do pluralistic
societies embrace or reject harmonization and uniformity,
or simply ignore them? Do we unify or add layers, increasing the
complexity of legal orders? Does history reflect a move from
diversity to unity or an ongoing conflict between the two? What
makes unity successful or sustainable? This is an invitation to
discuss, in an interdisciplinary way, the development of laws and
social norms, in the dialectical tension between the ontological
unity of human beings and mankind and the plurality of individual
aspirations and social arrangements.
Submissions: Panel proposals are strongly
encouraged, as is the participation of doctoral students and
scholars from outside the discipline of law. While parallel sessions
of three twenty-minute presentations will be used, we
encourage more original session structures.
Proposals should be in English or in French. Proposals of
circa 250 words (or 1000 words for panel proposals) should
be submitted to Professor Salvatore Mancuso at
JDLSU2016@gmail.com by January 31, 2016
with a short biography listing major or relevant publications.
Make this a single Word document with minimal formatting,
so that proposal and biography can be copied easily into
the conference program.
Registration fees: €200 or €125 for Juris Diversitas members paid up
for 2016. Membership and fee payment information is available on
the Juris Diversitas Blog (http://jurisdiversitas.blogspot.com/).
Note that fees don’t cover travel, accommodation, or the
conference dinner (€50).
Global Governance and Democracy
Globalization needs effective global governance. The important question of whether this governance can also become democratic is, however, the subject of a political and academic debate that began only recently. This multidisciplinary book aims to move this conversation forward by drawing on insights from international relations, political theory, international law and international political economy. Focusing on global environmental, economic, security and human rights governance, it sheds new light on the democratic deficit of existing global governance structures, and proposes a number of tools to overcome it.
Comparative Law and Economics
Contemporary law and economics has greatly expanded its scope of inquiry as well as its sphere of influence. By focussing specifically on a comparative approach, this Handbook offers new insights for developing current law and economics research. It also provides stimuli for further research, exploring the idea that the comparative method offers a valuable way to enrich law and economics scholarship.
With contributions from leading scholars from around the world, the Handbook sets the context by examining the past, present and future of comparative law and economics before addressing this approach to specific issues within the fields of intellectual property, competition, contracts, torts, judicial behaviour, tax, property law, energy markets, regulation and environmental agreements.
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martedì 12 gennaio 2016
lunedì 21 dicembre 2015
!!! The Italian Legal System An Introduction, Second Edition - MICHAEL A. LIVINGSTON, PIER GIUSEPPE MONTANERI, AND FRANCESCO PARISI !!!
For fifty years, the first edition of The Italian Legal System has been the gold standard among English-language works on the Italian legal system. The book's original authors, Mauro Cappelletti, John Henry Merryman, and Joseph M. Perillo, provided not only an overview of Italian law, but a definition of the field, together with an important contribution to the general literature on comparative law. The book explains the unique "Italian style" in doctrine, law, and interpretation and includes an extremely well-written introduction to Italian legal history, government, the legal profession, and civil procedure and evidence.
In this fully-updated and revised second edition, authors Michael A. Livingston, Pier Giuseppe Monateri, and Francesco Parisi describe the substantial changes in Italian law and society in the intervening five decades—including the creation and impact of the European Union, as well as important advances in comparative law methodology. The second edition poses timely, relevant questions of whether and to what extent the unique Italian style of law has survived the pressures of European unification, American influence, and the globalization of law and society in the intervening period. The Italian Legal System, Second Edition is an important and stimulating resource for those with specific interest in Italy and those with a more general interest in comparative law and the globalization process.