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::Events:: An online seminar titled ‘How to get published in Law in Philosophy’ will be given by Alec Wallen and Lorenzo Zucca. The presenters are the journal’s associate editors and will offer general advice and answer questions regarding publishing in Law and Philosophy. The session will be held on Friday, 12th March from 15 to 17h, CET via Microsoft Teams. More information can be found on the following link.
::Calls:: A call for papers for a new issue of Synthese has been published. The topic of the issue is Evidence in Law and Ethics. More information can be found at the following link. The deadline for submission is July 18, 2021. For further information, contact the guest editors Adam Dyrda and Tomasz Żuradzki (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com).
:: Events :: The Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group invites you to the online seminar “On Law for Crabs, Angels, and Aliens: Thought Experiments and Methodology in Legal Philosophy” presented by Hillary Nye. The seminar will be held on 18 February 2021 at 17:00 (UK time). For further information you can click.
::Events:: An online seminar, organized by Maastricht Law and Philosophy Platform will be held by Fábio Shecaira, who will present and discuss his work “Precedent and the ‘Source-Norm’ Distinction”. The seminar will be held via Zoom on Thursday, February 25th from 18:00 to 19:30 (Amsterdam time). The event is free and open to everyone. Interested participants can register on the following link. In case of any questions, please contact Lucas Miotto via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
::Calls:: Oxford Seminars in Jurisprudence is a monthly, online working-paper seminar series, open to everyone working in the philosophy of law. The seminar series began in June 2020. A Call has been opened for three seminars (to be held in May, June and July 2021). More information can be found on the link.
::Jobs:: The University of Turin invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher (“assegnista di ricerca”) in the field of logic and philosophy of science. The position is for a period of 18 months (12 + default extension of 6). The successful candidate will work in the PRIN project Logic and Cognition: Theory, Experiments, and Applications. The default starting date is 1 May 2021, but starting sooner or later can be mutually agreed. The deadline for applications will be 22 February 2021 at 13:00 Central European Time. Interviews will presumably be held on 18 March (via Skype), and information about the outcome will be sent as soon as possible afterwards.For further information on the position, please contact Prof. Vincenzo Crupi, at email@example.com. Please make sure to include the string “PRIN postdoc” in the subject line.
:: Events :: Los días 13, 14 y 15 de abril de 2021 se celebrará, en modalidad telemática, el II Congreso “En teoría hay mujeres (en teoría)“. Entre las ponentes de esta edición, Isabel Fanlo Cortés y Natalia Scavuzzo.
Toda la información sobre el congreso, incluyendo el programa completo y el formulario de inscripción, puede encontrarse a continuación.(more…)
:: Events :: Venerdì 22 gennaio alle ore 15, si terrà, presso l’Università degli Studi di Genova, nella piattaforma teams, la discussione della tesi di dottorato di Alessandro Senaldi, dal titolo Il “campo giuridico” tra diritto e politica. Il caso del TAV/TAC in Val di Susa. La commissione di esame sarà composta dal prof. Adalgiso Amendola, Università di Salerno; prof. Claudio Sarzotti, Università di Torino; prof.ssa Elena Valentini, Università di Bologna.
::Events:: A schedule of Zoom online seminars organized by Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group has been published. The seminars start on 21/01 with a seminar from Frederick Schauer: “Statistical Evidence and the Problem of Specification”. More information about other seminars and registration can be found on the link.
::Events:: A Zoom webinar on the topic Positivism and International law will be held on 25 January from 15:00 to 18:00 (CET). The webinar is designed to provide for the opportunity for a conversation. Three one-hour panels will discuss questions that lie at the overlap of contemporary legal positivism and philosophy of international law. For more information, visit the following link.