::Events:: Law, Language, Philosophy Research Network is happy to invite young scholars, including graduate students, to participate in the Law, Language and Philosophy Summer School, to be held in Dubrovnik (Croatia), 27-31 July 2020. Courses will be devoted to i.a. artifact theory of law; connections between philosophy of language/philosophy of mind/social ontology and law; experimental philosophy of law and language; theories of interpretation.
::Events:: The first Cornell Conference in Philosophy of Law will be held at Cornell University from 15-17 May 2020. The Conference is co-hosted by the Cornell Law School, the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell and the Program in Ethics & Public Life.
More details, including the program of the conference, are available on the following link.
::Calls:: A call for papers has been opened for Salzburg Workshop in Legal and Social Philosophy on the topic of “Human Rights & AI”. The Workshop will be held at the University of Salzburg on 29th of May 2020. Keynote speaker will be prof. John Tasioulas (King’s College London). The deadline for application is 25th of February 2020.
:: Publications :: Acaba de publicarse, en la colección “Filosofía del derecho” de Marcial Pons, Modos de describir el derecho: Normas jurídicas, proposiciones normativas y enunciados deónticos, de Diego Dei Vecchi. En las líneas que siguen puede encontrarse más información acerca de la monografía. (more…)
::Events:: A Workshop ‘Grounding in Law’ will be held at the University of Glasgow on 6th and 7th of March 2020. The workshop will consist of round-table discussions, with talks given by Kenneth Ehrenberg, Carsten Heidemann, Stephan Krämer, Amalia Amaya Navarro, Alex Sarch and Monika Zalewska. (more…)