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Values, Rights and Duties in Legal and Philosophical Discourse

Values, Rights and Duties in Legal and Philosophical Discourse - ISBN: 9783428116850
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback (11-08-2005)
Genre: Criminologie
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Contents; - Intergration of democracy and law with markets and morality - On transformation of legel systems and crafting stability - rights, rules or institutions? - Law as black-letter law, law as contextual and judicial review - Legal norms as reasons for action - universalism versus particularism - Fundamentals of legal argumentation and adjudication - the arguments from consequences introduction by Stig Strömholm; Human rights and the philosophy of law. Address at the inauguration of the 21st IVR World Congress, Lund, Sweden, 12/3-03.


Titel: Values, Rights and Duties in Legal and Philosophical Discourse
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 274
Uitgever: Duncker & Humblot
Plaats van publicatie: Berlijn
Publicatiedatum: 2005-08-11
NUR: Criminologie
Collectie: Rechtstheorie. Beihefte (Bh RT) Bd.21
Afmetingen: 232 x 156 x 14
Gewicht: 375 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 3428116852
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783428116850
Intern nummer: 3379558


Inhalt: S. Strömholm, Human Rights and the Philosophy of Law. Address at the Inauguration of the 21st IVR World Congress, Lund, Sweden, 12 August 2003 - I. Integration of Democracy and Law with Markets and Morality: K. Avio, Legitimacy, Market Order, and Experimental Economics - F. F. Cruz, In Search of the Moral Foundation of Law and Politics - A. M. Macleod, When Freedoms Conflict - D. A. Reidy, Reciprocity Confronts Reasonable Disagreement. From Liberal to Democratic Legitimacy - II. On Transformation of Legal Systems and Crafting Stability: Rights, Rules or Institutions?: C. B. Gray, Tarde on Legitimacy in Legal Procedure - B. M. Leiser, The Evils of Saddam's Regime in Light of International Law and Morality - L. J. Mazor, Deligitimating Deligitimacy: The U.S. Supreme Court Decides a Presidential Election - D. Mokrosinska, From Natural Duties to Political Obligation. A Problematic Passage - M. Roumeliotis, The Disappearance of Reason from Public Affairs and the Consequent Change in the Concepts of the Law, the Judge and the Legal Dispute - III. Law as Black-Letter Law, Law as Contextual and Judicial Review: B. Anderson, "Context" in Canadian Law and Adjudication - K. Fukui, On the Coupling between Conflict Management and Realization of General Rules of Law. In Relation to Justice System Reform in Japan - V.-P. Hautamäki, Judicial Activism and "the Final Frontier". Remarks on the Nordic Law - H.-R. Horn, Judges versus Legislators. Some Critical Remarks an Judicial Review - IV. Legal Norms as Reasons for Action - Universalism versus Particularism: U. Bindreiter, The Modality of Kelsen's Sollsatz - M. C. Redondo, Legal Reasons - J.-R. Sieckmann, Principles as Normative Arguments - G. Tuzet, Abduction and Deduction: Epistemic Justice vs. Political Justice? - V. Fundamentals of Legal Argumentation and Adjudication - The Argument from Consequences: E. T. Feteris, Arguments from Unacceptable Consequences in the Justification of Judicial Opinions - H. J. R. Kaptein, Secrets of Confidentiality: Adjudication ad Ignorantiam against Material Rights and Justice? - H. Malm, Automatic Transfers from Juvenile Court. On Moral Legitimacy of Trying Juveniles as Adults Based on the Size of the Crime - S. E. Rodríguez Boente, The Value of Citcumstantial Reasoning in the Determination of the Facts. Special Reference to Trial by Jury


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