:: Calls :: The European University Institute (EUI) will host a workshop addressing legal reasoning and argumentation, with a focus on the topic of reason-giving in law, sponsored by the Edinburgh Law School, the EUI Department of Law and the Foundations of Normativity Project at the University of Edinburgh. If interested in participating, please send a detailed abstract (800 words) for blind review to email@example.com by February 27, 2017. (more…)
:: Calls :: Phenomenology and Mind, Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy of San Raffaele University (Milan), invites submissions for a special issue, in French and in English, dedicated to “Qu’est-ce qu’une règle? Perspectives ontologiques et pragmatiques – What is a rule? Ontological and pragmatic perspectives”. The issue will gather the works from philosophers all around the world in order to investigate the nature of rules and norms from the perspectives of ontology and pragmatics, with a special focus on legal rules and legal norms. Submissions should be sent in French or in English to info@phenomenologyandmind. eu by April 15, 2017. (more…)
:: Calls :: The University of Sao Paulo’s Discussion Group on Legal Theory and Public Law PósDebate invites submissions for presentations this semester. The Convenors are looking for working papers, camera-ready or recently published contributions from established academics and graduate students. (more…)
:: Events :: Il giorno lunedì 20 febbraio 2017, alle ore 11, nei consueti locali dell’istituto Tarello per la Filosofia del Diritto (Via Balbi 30, 18), il prof. Claudio Agüero San Juan, della Universidad Alberto Hurtado (Chile), terrà un seminario sul tema Las traducciones de la expresión “faute de service” como nombres dógmaticos.
:: Events :: Nella giornata del 24 febbraio 2017 si svolgerà, presso il Campus economico-giuridico dell’Università degli Studi di Bergamo, il convegno dal titolo “I diritti forzati. Trattamenti coattivi, concezioni del bene e forme del welfare” (qui sono disponibili ulteriori informazioni…)
:: Calls :: McMaster University’s Philosophy Department is pleased to announce this year’s installment of the Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership Graduate Student Conference, in June 16-17, 2017, at McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario. They are currently accepting graduate and law student submissions relating to all areas within legal theory (e.g.: General and Normative Jurisprudence; The Nature of Law; Law and Morality; Judicial Review/ Judicial Activism/ Theories of the Judicial Role; Constitutionalism; Criminal Law and Punishment Theory; Feminist Approaches to Legal Theory/ Critical Legal Studies; The History of Legal Philosophy; Law and Authority; International Law…). Papers should be approximately 3000-4000 words in length. An abstract of 100-200 words should accompany all papers. All papers and abstracts must be electronically submitted by March 17, 2017.