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Legal Philosophy – General Aspects. Vol. 1: Concepts, Rights and Doctrines

Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy,24th.–30th June 1999 in New York

Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie – Beihefte
Band 82

1. Edition
(2002)
208 Pages
ISBN 978-3-515-08026-2 (Print)
ISBN 978-3-515-11903-0 (eBook)

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Contents:
M. Strasser: The Image of Man
S. Kirste: The Temporality of Law and the Plurality of Social Times
V. Luizzi: Law as Acts of Citizens
A. Visegrady: Zur Effektivität des Rechts
K. Campbell: Custom as a Source of Law
M. Pavcnik: Traps of the Nature of Law
N. Struchiner: The Meaning of Justice
L. F. Coelho: A Contribution to a Critical Theory of Law
A. Verza: Neutrality Toward Microdifferences, Toleration Toward Macrodifferences
C. Bellon: Rights and Autonomy
R. Martin: On Hohfeldian Liberties
L. Moral Soriano: Balancing Reasons at the European Court of Justice
W. Ott: Did East German Border Guards Along the Berlin Wall Act Illegally?
P. Warren: Self-Ownership, Talent Pooling and Reciprocity
O. Astorga: La imaginación juridíca
R. A. Grover: Thomas Hobbes and the Global State of Nature
W. E. Conklin: The Place of the People in John Austin’s Structuralism
V. Karam De Chueiri: The Chain of Law
Keywords: Philosophie, Legal Philosophy, Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, Recht
  • Contents7-9
  • Preface (Burton M. Leiser)9-11
  • Introduction (Michel Troper and Annalisa Verza)11-15
  • I. Distinctions and Concepts15-113
    • A Definition, Function and Creation of Law15-47
      • Michaela Strasser – The Image of Man15-25
      • Stephan Kirste – The Temporality of Law and the Plurality of Social Times –The Problem of Synchronizing Different Time Concepts through Law25-47
    • B Law and Social Practice47-70
      • Vincent Luizzi – Law as Acts of Citizens47-53
      • Antal Visegrády – Zur Effektivität des Rechts53-60
      • Kenneth Campbell – Custom as a Source of Law60-70
    • C Law and Values70-101
      • Marijan Pavčnik – Traps of the Nature of Law – Some Theoretical Responses to the Fall of the Berlin Wall70-80
      • Noel Struchiner – The Meaning of Justice: the Need of a New Paradigm for Law80-87
      • Luiz Fernando Coelho – A Contribution to a Critical Theory of Law87-101
      • Annalisa Verza – Neutrality Toward Microdifferences, Toleration Toward Macrodifferences101-113
  • II. Rights and Cases113-166
    • Christina Bellon – Rights and Autonomy: A Critical Assessment of Their ‘Necessary’ Relation113-121
    • Rex Martin – On Hohfeldian Liberties121-130
    • Leonor Moral Soriano – Balancing Reasons at the European Court of Justice130-145
    • Walter Ott – Did East German Border Guards Along the Berlin Wall Act Illegally? Comments on the Decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 24 October 1996145-157
    • Paul Warren – Self-Ownership, Talent Pooling and Reciprocity: Some Dilemmas for Socialist Egalitarians157-166
  • III. Authors in Focus166-203
    • Omar Astorga – La imaginación juridíca: una revisión del contractualismo hobbesiano166-176
    • Robinson A. Grover – Thomas Hobbes and the Global State of Nature176-186
    • William E. Conklin – The Place of the People in John Austin’s Structuralism186-203
    • Vera Karam De Chueiri – The Chain of Law: How is Law Like Literature?203--1