1 ene. 2013

Homenaje al Profesor Csaba Varga

Standing Tall; Hommages à Csaba Varga
Bjarne Melkevik (ed.)
Pázmany Péter Catholic University Press, Budapest, 2012, 489 pp.
ISBN: 9789633080733


Bjarne Melkevik, Standing Tall: Hommages à Dr. Csaba Varga 9–14

Roberto Andorno (Zürich), Intergovernmental Declarations Relating to Bioethics: Are they Legal in Nature or Merely Ethical? 15–23
Marie-Eve Arbour (Québec, Laval), The Role of Comparatists within EU’s Private Law Making Process 25–37
Stéphane Bauzon (Roma, Tor Vergata), Brain Death vs. Heart Death 39–42
André Bélanger (Québec, Laval), From the Reification to the Re-humanization of the Contractual Bond? 43–59
Jes Bjarup (Stockholm), The Concept of Validity: Some Remarks on the Theories of Carl Schmitt, Hans Kelsen and Alf Ross 61–78
Jan M. Broekman (Pennsylvania, PennState), Moore’s Law and Law 79–95
William Conklin (Windsor, Ontario), Lon Fuller’s Legal Structuralism 97–121
Paulo Ferreira da Cunha (Porto), Natural Law & Fraternal Law 123–133
Francesco d’Agostino (Roma, Tor Vergata), Natural Law, Positive Law, and the New Provocations of Bioethics 135–143
Michael Fischer (Salzburg), The Cultural Context of Illness, Death and Transplantation 145–152
Andreas Funke (Köln), Felix Somló’s Legal Philosophy: Content, Critique, Counterparts 153–163
H. Patrick Glenn (Montreal), On the Origins of Peoples and of Laws 165–171
Sercan Gürler (Istanbul), The Problem of Legal Indeterminacy in Contemporary Legal Philosophy and Lawrence Solum’s Approach to the Problem 173–182
Yasemin Işıktaç (Istanbul), The Meaning of the Law: Limits and Possibilities 183–198
Bernard S. Jackson (Manchester), Some Preliminary Observations on Truth and Argumentation in the Jewish Legal Tradition 199–207
Zdeněk Kühn (Praha), Formalism and Anti-Formalism in Judicial Reasoning 209–226
Maurizio Manzin (Trento), »Ordo civitatis«: The Birth of the City and the Urbanization of the Philosophical Landscape 227–233
Bjarne Melkevik (Québec, Laval), Poetry as Resilience: Engaging Silence and Indifference 235–246
Françoise Michaut (Paris, CNRS), Deconstruction as a Tool in American Legal Theory and Jurisprudence 247–259
Hayrettin Ökçesiz (Antalya, Akdeniz), Sovereignty in a Seven-Trigeminus Construct Legal Culture Diagram Within the Frame of »Nomos–Physis« (Society–Culture–Nature) 261–266
Peter Th. Ørebech (Tromsö), The Rebus sic stantibus through the Lenses of the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros and the Questech Cases 267–287
Assya Ostroukh (Krasnodar, Kuban), Legal Philosophy in Russia 289–304
Mehmet Tevfik Ozcan (Istanbul) Capitalism and the Rule of Law: The Three Stages of Legal Order in Modern Society 305–340
Laura Palazzani (Roma, LUMSA) ,Biolaw and Ethical Pluralism 341–350
Enrico Pattaro (Bologna), Jus, ratio and lex in some Excerpts of Aquinas 351–369
Andrey Polyakov & Mikhail Antonov (Saint-Petersburg), Leon Petrazycki’s Legal Theory and Contemporary Problems of Law 371–381
Sofia Popescu (Bucureşti, Institutul de Cercetări Juridice), Legal Culture: A Key Concept for Research on the European Integration of Law 383–396
Federico Puppo (Trento), A Classical View on Law and Information Technologies 397–408
Erich Schweighofer (Wien), Theory of Legal Informatics 409–416
Alexander Somek (Iowa), Integration without Emancipation: Reflections on »Social Europe« 417–433 / Teruji Suzuki (Japan), Pluralistic Structure of Social Norms in Asia 435–439
Gülriz Uygur (Ankara), Neutral Principles, Justice and Law 441–449
Alfonsas Vaišvila (Vilnius, Mykolas Römeris), Human Dignity and the Right to Dignity in Terms of Legal Personalism: From the Conception of Static Dignity to the Conception of Dynamic Dignity 451–463
Francesco Viola (Palermo), Legal Hermeneutics and Cultural Pluralism 465–481
Jan Woleński (Kraków), Remarks on Legal Positivism 483–487



Toutes mes félicitations au Professeur Melkevik par la réussite et le grande niveau de cet hommage au grand maître Csaba Varga.

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