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

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Michel Troper (Hrsg.) / Annalisa Verza (Hrsg.)
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

2002

Franz Steiner Verlag

208 p.

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ISBN 978-3-515-11903-0

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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

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