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Working Groups are forums for presenting papers that are not associated with any of the Special Workshops. To ensure adequate discussion time, papers should be submitted in advance, to be put on the Congress website, so that other participants can read them before the meeting. This will permit individual presenters to summarise their papers at the session, and get considered discussion from their audience.

Please see below for the Working Group Schedule and paper listing.

Full Program Listing (as of 6/15/15)

Please note if you never responded with your registration number and submitted an abstract, your paper will not be included here. If the link to your paper does not work, please email submissions@ivr2015.org

Working Groups will be held during the morning sessions. Please consult the schedule for further details.

Monday 1 2 3 4 10 12 13 19
Tuesday 1 4 7 9 20 21 5 6 24
Thursday 7 11 12 8 14 15 16 17 18
Friday 5 22 23 25 26 27 28 29
First Name Last Name WG Paper Title
Dawid Bunikowski 1 How to Enhance Responsibility? What About the Effects of Cognitive Enhancement on Moral and Legal Responsibility?
Felipe Castro 1 The Federal Pact as an Impediment to the Concretizationof Education Rights in Brazil
Fang-Hua Chung 1 Justice, Legal Argument, and Legal Decision Under Uncertainty: The Thinking About the Rationality of Legal Decision Under the Condition of Indeterminancy of Law from the Point of View of Luhman’s System Theory
Samira Costa Arcanjo 1 Material Democracy – A Skeptic and Constitutionalist Approach
Alexandre Da Maia 1 “Rights” as Structural Coupling Between Psychic and Social Systems
Helder De Schutter 1 “Tripartite” Federalism as a Means to Democratize the Allocation of Competences in a (Con)federal Setting
Gabriel Dolabella 1 The Brazilian Federalization of Public Security
Juan B. Etcheverry 1 “Rule of Law” y Discrecionalidad Judicial Comptabilidad y Reciproca Limitacion
Stef Feyen 1 The Dogmatic Slumbers of Constitutional Doctrine
Raf Geenens 1 “Tripartite” Federalism as a Means to Democratize the Allocation of Competences in a (Con)federal Setting
Arinori Kawamura 1 Rule of Law in Chinese Identity Postulates and Legal Pluralism
Martin Krygier 1 Legal Pluralism and the Value of the Rule of Law
Martin Krygier 1 Transformations of the Rule of Law: Legal, Liberal, Neo
Sergiy Maksymov 1 Rule of Law: The Apothesis of Reason or the Result of an Emotional Choice?
Daniel Nunes Pereira 1 Material Democracy – A Skeptic and Constitutionalist Approach
Wang Qicai 1 Competition Among Local Governments and the Rise of Evaluation of Rule of Law in Mainland China
Sari Roman-Lagerspetz 1 Democracy and Distrust
Xiao-mei Zou 1 Study on Methods of the Systemic Jurisprudence
Christopher F. Zurn 1 Democratic Constitutional Change: Assessing Institutional Possibilities
Claus Dierksmeier 2 Secular or Spiritual Reasons for Human Rights?: Learning From Francisco de Vitoria
Marcelo C. Galuppo 2 Intolerance and the 99th Amendment to the Brazilian Constitution: A Critical Approach of State’s Neutrality
Shu-Perng Hwang 2 Religious Freedom and Religious Law in Taiwan: Is There Any Conflict Between Religion and State?
Urszula Kosielinska-Grabowska 2 Law, Democracy, and Religion
Migeul Angel Lopez Munoz 2 The Legal Guardianship of the Divine Context: The Religious Feeling Sentiment Between Blasphemy and Derision
Svetlana Markova-Murashova 2 Legal Spirituality, Judicial Spirit and Mentality as the Basis of the Legal System
Vitor Medrado 2 Intolerance and the 99th Amendment to the Brazilian Constitution: A Critical Approach of State’s Neutrality
Wade L. Robison 2 Hume on Religion and Politics
Grigore Stolojescu 2 Spirit and Law
Patrick Cullen 3 Aquinas on Law & Justice: Conflict of Human Law and Justice in the Orderly Society
Karla Harada Souza 3 Human Rights: Digressions, Fundamentals, and Aristotelian Ideals
Misung Jang 3 Friendship as Solidarity – Aristotle’s Political Friendship in Nicomachean Ethics
Verena Klappstein 3 How Much of Aristotle’s Four Causes Can Be Foundin in the German Legal Method to Interpret Laws?
Dana Munteanu 3 Reconsidering the Role of Emotions in Courts: From Aristotle’s Rhetoric to Current Problems
Charles-Maxime Panaccio 3 Constitutional Equality: Aristotle Before Kant
Angela Vidal da Silva Martins 3 Law, Reason, and Emotion: Revisiting Aristotle to Enlighten the Dialogue Between Reason and Emotion in Post-Modern Legal Thinking
Simone Alves Cardoso 4 The Mediation as an Instrument to Effective Access to Justice in Brazil
Maria Clara Calheiros 4 From “Intime Conviction” to Rational Decision Making: A Critical View Drawing on Antonio Damasio’s Findings
Margarida Camargo 4 Legislative Facts and Judicial Notice in the Judicial Rulemaking Process
Mathilde Cohen 4 Foreign Clerks
Ludmila Lais Costa Lacerda 4 The Moral and Legal Reasoning in the Constitutional Issues and Judicial Discretion
Ion Craiovan 4 Some Steps Through Juridical Knowledge: How Do We Build an Epistemological Way?
Gabriel Dolabella 4 The Relevance of the Generalist Judge’s Discretionary Limits in the Institutional Debate
Bernardo Goncalves Alfredo Fernandes 4 The Moral and Legal Reasoning in the Constitutional Issues and Judicial Discretion
Gunoo Kim 4 Ways of Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Brian Leiter’s Ambitious but Careful Project
Barbara Baum Levenbook 4 Beyond Legislative Intent
Cecilia Caballero Lois 4 Juristocracy in Brazil
Raymond Msaule 4 What is Good for the Goose is not (Necessaily) Good for the Gander
Helena Nadal Sánchez 4 What is the most Appropriate System of Disputes Resolution? The Subjectivity Criterion and the Emacipatory Mediation Approach
Joonseok Park 4 Double Effect Reasoning in Korean Constitutional Review
Daniel Nunes Pereira 4 Epistemological Limits Towards Judicial Review – A Stir Between Skepticism and the Decisionism
Alberto Puppo 4 Fraternity, Joint Action, and Judicial Motivation
Alberto Puppo 4 Reasons and Emotions in Inter-American Adjudication
Fausto Santos de Morais 4 The Problem of Proportionality as an Operative Technique to Decide Hard Cases by the Brazilian Supreme Court
Fausto Santos de Morais 4 The Problem of the Concept of Legal Principle as Optimization Requirement in the Brazilian Supreme Court
Gabriela Soldano Garcez 4 The Mediation as an Instrument to Effective Access to Justice in Brazil
Caroline Stromberg 4 Ethics in Legal Interpretation
Huang Tao 4 On the Judicial Reform Which is the Trial-Centered in China
Vaidotas A. Vaicaitis 4 State Exception and Judicial Power
Ying Wang 4 How Chinese Judges Handle the Relationship between Law, Reason, and Emotion
Wellington Amancio da Silva 5 Foucault and Indigencing – The Forms of Muting and Invisibilization of Subject
Pawel Banas 5 Realistic Sting and Legal Theory
Evandro Barbosa 5 Realism and Constructivism
Priscila da Silva Barboza 5 The Legal Rearrangements Regarding Labor in Brazil (Law Project 4330/2004): Perverse Inclusions
Dawid Bunikowski 5 Emotions in Law: Psychological Theory of Law by Petrazycki (and Olivercrona)
William E. Conklin 5 The Role of Experience in the Foundation of a Legal Structure
Michely Vargas Delpupo 5 Semiotics of Law Comes from Philosophy
Michely Vargas Delpupo 5 The Reason Why Lawyers Should Read Charles Sanders Peirce
Adam Dyrda 5 The Holistic Account of Value-Judgements and It’s Relevance for Legal Theory
Edoardo Fittipaldi 5 Three Complementary Approaches to Custom: Legal-Sociological, Legal-Dogmatic, Legal-Political
Gerson Lopes 5 Semiotics of Law Comes from Philosophy
Andre Martins Brandao 5 Subject and Decision in Law Systems: A Conjecture of Pugliesi’s Constructionism
Daniel Francisco Nagao Menezes 5 The Reason Why Lawyers Should Read Charles Sanders Peirce
Daniel Nunes Pereira 5 Weberian Marxism and the Stahlhartes Gehäuse
Ana Cristina Porto Fabres 5 The Legal Rearrangements Regarding Labor in Brazil (Law Project 4330/2004): Perverse Inclusions
Jose Geraldo Romanello Bueno 5 Semiotics of Law Comes from Philosophy
Jose Geraldo Romanello Bueno 5 The Reason Why Lawyers Should Read Charles Sanders Peirce
Izabela Skoczen 5 Is an Implicature Just(ified)?
Elena Timoshina 5 Three Complementary Approaches to Custom: Legal-Sociological, Legal-Dogmatic, Legal-Political
Bruno Gadelha Xavier 5 Fetishism of the Subject of Law: Analysis from Marx to Pashukians
Karla Harada Souza 6 Internationalization of Environmental Law: Considerations about Environmental Law in the European Union and Brazil
Kyle Johannsen 6 Positive Obligations to Wild Animals: the Case of r-Strategists
Carla Liguori 6 Underwater Cultural Heritage: The International Protection of Marine Funds Through Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Adriana Machado 6 Underwater Cultural Heritage: The International Protection of Marine Funds Through Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Claudia Ribeiro Pereira Nunes 6 Panoramic of Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition in the Brazilian Legal Amazon Region
Gabriela Soldano Garcez 6 Governance for a Sustainable Development Scenario After Rio+20
Gabriela Soldano Garcez 6 Popular Participation from the Access to Quality Environmental Information
Maria Valdenice Sousa Crus Proenca 6 Underwater Cultural Heritage: The International Protection of Marine Funds Through Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Denise Vital e Silva 6 Underwater Cultural Heritage: The International Protection of Marine Funds Through Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Marcin Wrobel 6 Overslept Transition in Values in Environmental Law: Case Study of Expropriation of Land in Tatra National Park
Alexandre Zabalza 6 Land Ethics and Bio-Domestic Possession of the Earth
Rubens Becak 7 Internet as a Global Public Sphere and the Changing Role of Parliaments
Irene Broekhuijse 7 A Case Study: Law and Emotions within the Kingdom of the Netherlands
M. Victoria Costa 7 The International State System, Border Controls, and Freedom as Non-Domination
Margaret Denike 7 Affective Politics and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment
Kevin Gray 7 Democratic Legitimization and International Law: The Case of the ECJ
Karla Harada Souza 7 The Protector-Receives Principle and the UN-REDD Program
Jimmy Hsu 7 Bringing the Sunflower Movement Into Perspective Through Theories of Democractic Consolidation
Cynthia Lessa Costa 7 Dispute DS472 (European Union v. Brazil): The Role of the World Trade Organization in the Maintenance of Poverty in the World Order
Zhao Li 7 How Diverse Occasions Shape the Authority of World Government in Opposite Directions?
Zhao Li 7 Individuals on the Crisis: Caused by the Invation of the IGOs and NGOs in International Politics
Maggie O’Brien 7 Communities as Moral Agents
Karla Pinhel Ribeiro 7 Brazilian Army in Peacekeeping Missions
Haibin Qi 7 How Diverse Occasions Shape the Authority of World Government in Opposite Directions?
Haibin Qi 7 Individuals on the Crisis: Caused by the Invation of the IGOs and NGOs in International Politics
Nanneke Quik-Schuijt 7 A Case Study: Law and Emotions within the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Amb. Emilio Rabasa 7 What Kind of Informal Norms and Institutional Culture Could Develop as Efficacy Decision Making Process of an International Regional Organization such as the Organization of American States?
Michele Saporiti 7 On the Legitimacy and Validity of Legal Authority: The Concept of Sovereignty and the Transnational Challenge of Global Religions
Renee Nicole Souris 7 Does Defective Moral Development Ever Excuse? Adult Soldiers Recruited as Children, Emotional Harm, and International Criminal Law
Matyas Bencze 8 The Assessment of the Legal Argumentation of Judgments
Aloisio Alencar Bolwerk 8 Law and Art: For a Narrative Theory of Legal Discourse
Joao Felipe Calmon 8 The Cooperation Between the Parties in Judicial Procedure: A Philosophical Analysis of the Judicial Procedure From the Thoughts of Robert Alexy and Jurgen Habermas
Chia-yin Chang 8 On the Distinction between Interpretation and Construction: A Misleading Premise of New Originalism
Maria Charpinel Santos 8 Robert Alexy’s theory and its application in the Brazilian Collective Process
Carlos Costa 8 Law, Reason, and Interpretive Approaches: The Role of “Point of View” in Reconstructing Legal Rationality
Isa Omena Machado de Freitas 8 Law and Art: For a Narrative Theory of Legal Discourse
Angela Issa Haonat 8 Law and Art: For a Narrative Theory of Legal Discourse
Hiroshi Hattori 8 The Balancing Theory of Heinrich Hubmann
Melissa Beth Henzel 8 A Theory of Counterfactuals for Negligence: Possible World Semantics and Torts
Dae Kun Kim 8 A Study on the Investigations Reasoning as a Legal Reasoning
Vinicius Pinheiro Marques 8 Law and Art: For a Narrative Theory of Legal Discourse
Melanie Merlin de Andrade 8 The Adoption of the Substantive Rationality by the Bureaucracy Model of Public Administration: Claim to Correctness Beyond Legality
Marius van Staden 8 Values of Interpretation of Statutes
Murilo Braz Vieira 8 Law and Art: For a Narrative Theory of Legal Discourse
Joao Adeodato 9 The Aristotelian Reduction of Rhetoric to Persuasion – A Strategy Only for “Good” Emotions
Joao Mauricio Adeodato 9 Three Points of Departure for a Realistic Rhetoric of Law
Mou Chengwen 9 Analysis on the Relations Between Emotion, Rationality and Law Under the Perspective of Deliberative Democracy
Alvaro Jader Lima Dantas 9 Methode Rhetorique au Droit: Logique, Entimeme, et le Chaos Delibere
Fernando de Brito Alves 9 Between Consensus and Dissensus: Institutional Dialogue Between the Dichotomy Deliberation vs. Agonism
Joao Amadeus Alves dos Santos 9 A Rhetorical Analysis on Miguel Reale: The Influence of His Eclecticism in the Brazilian Civil Code of 2002 Elaboration
Jairo Neia Lima 9 Between Consensus and Dissensus: Institutional Dialogue Between the Dichotomy Deliberation vs. Agonism
Anna Rossmanith 9 The Dialogical Concept of Law
Colin Starger 9 Constitutional Law and Rhetoric
Bei Yang 9 What Can and Can’t Argumentation Theory Offer?
Claudia Maria Barbosa 10 Detection of Online Child Grooming on Chat Logs
Hung-Ju Chen 10 A Right to Civil Disobedience and its Impact on Criminal Prosecution in a Transitional Society
Cinthia Freitas 10 Detection of Online Child Grooming on Chat Logs
Kenneth Henley 10 Luck and the Equal Worth of Victims: Limiting the Relevance of Victim Impact
Beth Henzel 10 The De Minimis Defense: A Problematic Defense for Classification
Jimmy Hsu 10 A New Two Standpoints Account of Free Will and What it Means to Punishment
Leora Katz 10 Mediating Desert and Punishment
Adam Kolber 10 Punishment and a Portfolio of Beliefs
Hsin-wen Lee 10 A New Societal Self-Defense Theory of Punishment – The Rights-Protection Theory
Jonathan Hernandes Marcantonio 10 From Guilty to Shame: The Law Through the Post-Modern Individualization Process: A Theoretical Inquiry
Rhara Moraes 10 Reflections on the Punishment Forms
Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer 10 Enforcing the Concept of Crimes Against Humanity as an International Rule of Law Category
Karla Pinhel Ribeiro 10 Reflections on the Punishment Forms
Oskar Pogorzelski 10 The Concept of Conjugated Norms in Polish Criminal Law Theories
Prisicila Santin 10 Detection of Online Child Grooming on Chat Logs
Thomas Simon 10 Comparing Injustices: The Centrality of Genocide
Thomas Simon 10 Terrorism: Law’s Fearful Emotion
Bruno Xavier 10 La Gloria Hecha de Castigo: El Imaginario Punitivo de Brasil y el Sentimento de Justicia en la Realidad Neoliberal
Barbara Andraka-Christou 11 Science, not Spirituality: The Need for Pharmaceutical Treatment of Opioid Addiction in the Criminal Justice System
Luis Filipe Araujo Alves 11 Was Schopenhauer a Neuroscientist? Reflections on Neurolaw
Jianxiong Cao 11 Law and Social Cognitive Neuroscience (SCN) in China
Renato C. Cardosa 11 Was Schopenhauer a Neuroscientist? Reflections on Neurolaw
Mark Dunn 11 Using Cognitive Science for Better Litigation
Marie-Luise Grafin von Brockdorff 11 Scientific Regulation in Context of Philosophy of Law: Necessity of Scientific Tribunals
Hamner Hill 11 Using Cognitive Science for Better Litigation
M.K. Geethani Jeewanthi 11 Law, Reasons, and Emotions: “Opt-in” or “Opt-out” in Organ Donation
Lando Kirchmair 11 What We Legal Theorists and Philosophers Can Learn from Great Apes: A Critical Account of the Innate “Universal Moral Grammar” Thesis and Its Claimed Relevance for the Law as Represented by John Mikhail
Christoph Lütge 11 On Philosophy of Law: Fundamental Interdisciplinary Science
Michael Ch. Michailov 11 On Philosophy of Law: Fundamental Interdisciplinary Science
Michael Ch. Michailov 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Michael Ch. Michailov 11 Scientific Regulation in Context of Philosophy of Law: Necessity of Scientific Tribunals
Leticia Morales 11 Judicial Interventions in Health Policy: Epistemic Competence and the Courts
Eva Neu 11 On Philosophy of Law: Fundamental Interdisciplinary Science
Eva Neu 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Renate Neu 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Eva Neu 11 Scientific Regulation in Context of Philosophy of Law: Necessity of Scientific Tribunals
Laura Palazzani 11 Cognitive and Mood Enhancement: Bioethical Perspectives
Haibin Qi 11 Law and Social Cognitive Neuroscience (SCN) in China
Silvia Salardi 11 The Concept of “Nature” and its Derivatives in the Post-Human Age: A Rational or Emotive Foundation for a Legal Regulation of New Scientific and Technological Advances?
Guntram-Edith Schulz 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Guntram-Edith Schulz 11 Scientific Regulation in Context of Philosophy of Law: Necessity of Scientific Tribunals
Tatjana-Natalija Senn 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Gentcho Rumen Stainov 11 On Philosophy of Law: Fundamental Interdisciplinary Science
Colin Starger 11 Between Public and Private: DNA and the Law’s Rhetoric of Corporeal Boundaries
Hideharu Takahashi 11 Law, Emotion and Dignity: An Idea
Joshua Tate 11 Personal Reality: Delusion in Law and Science
Germain Weber 11 Scientific Regulation in Context of Philosophy of Law: Necessity of Scientific Tribunals
Ursula Welsher 11 On Philosophy of Law: Fundamental Interdisciplinary Science
Bruno Xavier 11 Why the Law Should be Concerned with Psychoanalysis? Law, Unconscious, and Social Critique
Lothar-Yorck Zebuhr 11 Philosophy of Law and Integral Anthropology
Daniel Accatino 12 Judicial Decisions and Collective Memory in Transitional Contexts: On the Cognitive and Emotional Functions of Human Rights Trials
Dobrochna Bach-Golecka 12 Abortion and the Limits of Flexibility in Human Rights Law
Patrick De Almeida Saigg 12 Brutalized Citizenship: “Minima Moralia” and Human Rights
Fernando de Brito Alves 12 When Constituent Power Challenges Constituted Power: A Philosophical Approach on Democratic Confidence in Civil Disobedience and in the Right to Social Protest
Gianluigi Fioriglio 12 Surveillance Practices: Power, Control, and Democracy
Shannon Fyfe 12 Tracking Hate Speech as Incitement to Genocide in International Criminal Law
Matthias Hachler 12 Belief and Reason – A Justification and Boundaries of Religious Freedom
Eun-Jung Katherine Kim 12 Permission Versus Promise: What is the Significance of State Consent for Human Rights Conventions?
Adam Kolber 12 The Contours of First Amendment Freedom of Thought
Cynthia Lessa Costa 12 Labor Protection Within the Free Trade Areas: The Co-Management System
Jairo Neia Lima 12 When Constituent Power Challenges Constituted Power: A Philosophical Approach on Democratic Confidence in Civil Disobedience and in the Right to Social Protest
Oche Onazi 12 [Disability] Justice Dictated by the Surfeit of Love: Simone Weil in Nigeria
Daniel Nunes Pereira 12 Brutalized Citizenship: “Minima Moralia” and Human Rights
Julia Stern 12 Autonomy and the Foundations of Human Rights
Qian Xiangyang 12 The Journey of Human Rights: Vehicles v. Terrains
Thais Cristina Alves Costa 13 Contractualism and the Metaphor of Construction in John Rawls
Thais Cristina Alves Costa 13 The Limits of Affirmative Action Model in Dworkin’s Thought
Evandro Barbosa 13 Contractualism and the Metaphor of Construction in John Rawls
Evandro Barbosa 13 The Limits of Affirmative Action Model in Dworkin’s Thought
Marina Bichued 13 John Rawls and Robert Nozick Theories Analyzed Under Public International Law
Marcio Luis de Oliveira 13 The Culture of Sustainability Forged Upon Public Reason: The Contribution of John Rawls’ Theory
Adam Dyrda 13 A Theoretical Reason to Disagree: A Legal Case
Rafael Faria Basile 13 The Interpretative Dimension of Legal Positivism From the Concept of Law
Marcelo Galuppo 13 John Rawls and Robert Nozick Theories Analyzed Under Public International Law
Kyle Johannsen 13 Justice in Personal Choice: Cohen’s Equivocal Attack on Rawl’s Basic Structure Restriction
Jia Liu 13 On Rawls, Global Justice, and Global Public Political Culture
Luiza Midory de Alcantara Santos 13 John Rawls and Robert Nozick Theories Analyzed Under Public International Law
Pierce Randall 13 Blaming, Shaming, and Public Reason
Mohammadreza Shahidipak 13 The Comparative Investigation at Philosophy of Right from Aristotle to Rawls
Beatriz Souza Costa 13 The Culture of Sustainability Forged Upon Public Reason: The Contribution of John Rawls’ Theory
Deborah Souza Tavares 13 John Rawls and Robert Nozick Theories Analyzed Under Public International Law
Makato Usami 13 The Core, Scope, and Ground of Luck Egalitarianism
Mihai Badescu 14 Law, Norm, and Normativity
Marius Bunceanu 14 The Elements and the Manner of Constituting the Norm of Law
Edoardo Fittipaldi 14 Contradictions as Empirical Incompatibilities: Bridging Psychology of Ethical Emotions with Normative Dogmatics
Matthew Grellette 14 A Case for Rethinking Legal Existence and Legal Validity
Bartosz Janik 14 Logic and Legal Obligation: a Pluralist View
Alberto Puppo 14 Logic, Fear, and the Presupposition of the Basic Norm
Tomasz Studnicki 14 The Social Sources Thesis and Metaphysics
Shanmugam Thanigaivelan 14 Is Law a Normative Science?
Fei Feng 15 The Right of Name and the Emotion About Family in China
Xuefeng He 15 Testing China’s Duality: How Rural Privatization Can Upset Chinese Stability
Yigong Liu 15 On Modernization and Transformation of Traditional Chinese Law
Yigong Liu 15 Traditional Chinese Legal Philosophy and its Modernization
Haibin Qi 15 Testing China’s Duality: How Rural Privatization Can Upset Chinese Stability
Chenglin Wei 15 Testing China’s Duality: How Rural Privatization Can Upset Chinese Stability
Anbang Zhang 15 The Problem of “Mian Zi” in Chinese Judicial Operations: An Inquiry in Terms of Institutional Economics
Ying Zhu 15 The Selected Approaching Routine of Rule of Law in China
Lorenzo Cavalaglio 16 “The Parents of the Trust Were Fraud and Fear, and a Court of Conscience was the Nurse”: The Role of Confidence in the Origins of the Trust
Gerson Leite de Moraes 16 The Right of Resistance and Tyrannicide in Calvinism
Claus Dierksmeier 16 A Precursor of Capability Theory: Karl Christian Friedrich Krause (1781-1832)
Henrique Garbellini 16 Rudolph von Jhering and Friederich W. Nietzsche: Geneology of Ethics and Law and the Historical Development as Determinant of the Origin of Legal Feeling
Denis Halis 16 The Use of Justice Holmes’ Legal Pragmatism to Analyze the Case Law of the Highest Court of Macau (China)
Cicero Krupp da Luz 16 History and Archive, Evolution and Memory: the Question of Social Regression in Luhmann and Foucault
Rafael Lazzarotto Simioni 16 History and Archive, Evolution and Memory: the Question of Social Regression in Luhmann and Foucault
Raul Madrid 16 On the Existence of the Right to Academic Freedom in Scholastic University
Virginia Morais da Rocha 16 Reflections on the Brazilian Transitional Justice
Daniel Francisco Nagao Menezes 16 The Right of Resistance and Tyrannicide in Calvinism
Maria Teresa Sanza 16 Cicero in Pro Archia: The Law and Other Knowledges in Roman Law Between Reason and Emotion
Katharina Schmidt 16 Towards a More “Authentic” Jurisprudence: German Free Lawyers Between Reason and Emotion, 1903-1914
Jinghui Chen 17 The Conceptual Framework of Legitimate Authority
Wojciech Cizewski 17 Rawlsian Acceptability Criterion and the Content of Public Reason
Norm Fisher 17 A Left Libertarian Philosophy of Democracy
Marcelo Galuppo 17 Demands of Justice: A Controversial Reception of Kant by the Theories of Justice of John Rawls and Robert Nozick
Vitor Medrado 17 Demands of Justice: A Controversial Reception of Kant by the Theories of Justice of John Rawls and Robert Nozick
Rogéro Luiz Nery da Silva 17 Law – Duty and Political Obligation in Democractic Societies
Karla Pinhel Ribeiro 17 Political Science Today – High Studies Towards Democracy, Republicanism, and Federalism
Nicolaus Tideman 17 Ethical Foundations of a General Right to Secede
Robison Tramontina 17 Law – Duty and Political Obligation in Democractic Societies
Jeppe von Platz 17 Locke’s Theory of Political Legitimacy
Paul Warren 17 Wilt Chamberlain and Karl Marx, or: Luck Egalitarianism, Exploitation, and the Possibility of Cleanly Generated Capitalism
Gabriel Cabral 18 Legal Normativity and Moral Credibility
Gabriel Cabral 18 Revisiting H.L.A. Hart: Legal Normativity and Normative Attitudes de re
Michihiro Kaino 18 The Common Law Context of Jurisprudence
Lukasz Necio 18 Friedrich Hayek und der Rechtspositivismus – ein Offensichtlicher Widerspruch oder eine Umgehung des Problems?
Matti Niemi 18 Do You Have a Coherent Legal Understanding? – A Test
Hillary R. Nye 18 Hart’s Methodology and the Eliminativist Turn in Legal Philosophy
Alex Wellington 18 Corporate Responsibility and Liability to Punishment: Hart’s Sea Captain Revisited
Mauro Zamboni 18 “A Legal Pluralist World”…Or the Black Hole for Modern Legal Positivism
Luiz Filipe Araujo Alves 19 The Lost Pathos: the Human Being, Power, and Affections on Law in Friedrich Nietsche
Eduardo Bittar 19 Modern Reason, Emotion and Justice
Elza Boiteux 19 The Sentimental Enlightenment
Renato Cesar Cardoso 19 The Lost Pathos: the Human Being, Power, and Affections on Law in Friedrich Nietsche
ChiShing Chen 19 Reason and Passion in Plato’s Laws
Aymeric d’Alton 19 La Place de l’Emotion dans la Structure Objective du Droit
Rodrigo de Camargo Cavalcanti 19 The Importance of Pathos in Law: the Dogmas and the Feelings Towards the Supposed Pure Rationalism in Judicial Rhetoric
Vincent Di Lorenzo 19 Reason, Cognition, and Emotion: A Study of Regulatory Standards and Enforcement Policy
Maritza Dibo 19 The Maria of Penha: Reasoning or Emotion
Laura Fagundes 19 The Rational Emotions in Martha Nussbaum: Relevance in Legal Planning
Ricardo Guibourg 19 Emotion in Law
Hae Jong Jun 19 Distortion of Emotion in Legal Reasonin
Nuria Lopez 19 Beyond the Dichotomy of Reason and Emotion: The Complexity of Decision Making
Andre Lucenti 19 The Sentimental Enlightenment
Alan Mariano Bezerra de Carvalho 19 Considerations on Value and Emotion in Law from a Culturalist’s Perspective
Andre Martins Brandao 19 Reason and Emotion in Human Decision-Making: A Paretian Approach
Laura Palazzani 19 Care and Justice: Rationality and Emotion Between Ethics and Law
Jean-Baptiste Pointel 19 Law as Adequate Emotion: Spinoza’s Legacy
Ahmet Ulvi Turkbag 19 Comparison of the Roles of Emotions and Reason in Western and Islamic Legal System
Yuval Abrams 20 How to be Causally Liable Without Causing: The Case of Omissions
Hidehiko Adachi 20 Classification of Relations Between Law and Morality
Raquel Barradas de Freitas 20 Minimalism v. Scepticsm?
Giovani Bombelli 20 Reason, Emotion and Politics: Remarks for a Contemporary Theory of Emotion in Political-Legal Debate
Lucas Galvao de Brito 20 The Logical-Semantic Constructivism
Filip Golba 20 Legal Objectivity and Institutional Facts
Liu Hongzhen 20 Sense of Justice, Public Reason, and Social Acceptability of Judicial Decisions of Influential Hard Cases
Frederick Kellogg 20 Oliver Wendell Holmes, Paul Feyerabend, and Critical Legal Studies
Ewa Matejkowska 20 Rethinking the Role of Neutrality in Language Policy
Rafal Michalczak 20 Can Science be Uncontroversial?
Karen Petroski 20 Legal Characters and the Experience of Objectivity
Aurora Tomazini de Carvalho 20 The Logical-Semantic Constructivism
Layun Wei 20 The Objectivity Obligations of Chinese Public Prosecutors
Daniel Albuquerque de Abreu 21 Family, Democracy and Diversity: An Analysis of the Brazilian Estatuto da Familia (Family Statute) Under the Lights of Human Rights
Piotr Bystranowski 21 Efficiency and Legitimacy of Private Particularization of Legal Standards: The Case of Sexual Harassment
Kelly Cardoso Mendes de Moraes 21 Social Segregation and the Right of Habitation
Fernando de Brito Alves 21 Notes for an Economy of Moral Disagreements in Unequal Societies
Marcio Andre de Souza Kao Yien 21 The Domestic Violence against Women in Brazil and the Culture of Punishment: the Microphysics of Power and Gender Performativity as a Feminis Methodological Subversion
Maria Tereza Dias 21 Informal Urban Settlements in Belo Horizonte Metropolitan Area, Brazil: An Approach of the Use of Legal Discourse by Dwellers
Daiane Garcia Masson 21 Existential Damage: Concept, Perspectives and Relationship with Human Dignity
Mary Imparato 21 From Public Morality to Individual Liberty: Understanding the Decriminalization of Violations of Traditional Sexual Morality
Maciej Juzaszek 21 Moral Insitutions and Disagreements on the Principles of Justice in Health Care
Jairo Neia Lima 21 Notes for an Economy of Moral Disagreements in Unequal Societies
Murilo Melo Vale 21 The Institute of Expropriation for the Common Good in Acoordance with the Principle of Democracy
Rogéro Luiz Nery da Silva 21 Existential Damage: Concept, Perspectives and Relationship with Human Dignity
Richard Nunan 21 Intersex Rights and the Triumph of Emotion over Reason in the American Judiciary
Alex Wellington 21 Yes Means Yes, or Does it?: Complexities of Consent for Women’s Reproductive and Sexual Labour
Sira Abenoza 22 Emotions and the Frontiers of Legal Education
Sira Abenoza 22 Socrates Behind Bars
Simone Alves Cardoso 22 The Intertwining of Mediation with the Environmental Education Law in Brazil
Cesar Arjona 22 Emotions and the Frontiers of Legal Education
Cesar Arjona 22 Socrates Behind Bars
Aloisio Alencar Bolwerk 22 Law and Cinema: Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Legal Education
Renata Soares Bonavides 22 The Intertwining of Mediation with the Environmental Education Law in Brazil
Felipe Araujo Castro 22 Brazilian Judicial Aristocracy
Isa Omena Machado de Freitas 22 Law and Cinema: Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Legal Education
Marie-Luise Grafin von Brockdorff 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Angela Issa Haonat 22 Law and Cinema: Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Legal Education
Manfred Holler 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Christoph Lutge 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Vinicius Pinheiro Marques 22 Law and Cinema: Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Legal Education
Daniele Martin 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Michael Ch. Michailov 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Rogéro Luiz Nery da Silva 22 The Social Right to Education as a Tool of Cultural Inclusion
Eva Neu 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Thuany Klososki Piccolo 22 The Social Right to Education as a Tool of Cultural Inclusion
Marcelo Maciel Ramos 22 Brazilian Judicial Aristocracy
Jose Geraldo Romanello Bueno 22 Medicine as Paideia
Ingo Wolfgang Sarlet 22 The Social Right to Education as a Tool of Cultural Inclusion
Michael Ch. Schratz 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Tatjana-Natalija Senn 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Ana Spaolonzi 22 Professor/Student Relationship and the Democratic State
Pratap R. Srivastava 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Gentcho Rumen Stainov 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Luis Renato Vedovato 22 Professor/Student Relationship and the Democratic State
Murilo Braz Vieira 22 Law and Cinema: Interdisciplinary Dialogue and Legal Education
Germain Weber 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Ursula Welsher 22 On Global Approaches to Philosophy and Law
Bruno Xavier 22 Legal Education Beyond the Capital: Dialogue Between Istvan Meszaros and Paulo Freire in the Critic of Neoliberal Impacts on Brazilian Legal Education
Adriana Machado Yaghisisian 22 The Intertwining of Mediation with the Environmental Education Law in Brazil
Mariana Alves Lara 23 An Informative Approach to Personal Identity: Its Conception as a Fluid and Mutable Element
Kozi Asano 23 Intra-generational or Inter-generational Equality? Steinerian Exercises
Adriana Correa 23 Body, Autonomy, and Governance of the Self
Gheorghe Danisor 23 Law and Justice
Maciej Juzaszek 23 Moral Luck – A Threat of Our Retributive Intuitions
Adam Kolber 23 Free Will as a Matter of Law
Fabio Queiroz Pereira 23 An Informative Approach to Personal Identity: Its Conception as a Fluid and Mutable Element
Felipe Quintella Machado de Carvalho 23 An Informative Approach to Personal Identity: Its Conception as a Fluid and Mutable Element
Marta Romanynets 23 Genesis of the Idea of Responsibility in Law: Philosophical and Legal Aspects
Michele Saporiti 23 A Disobedient Conscience. For a General Legal Theory of Conscientious Objection as a Positive Right
Isabel Trujillo 23 Institutional Loyalty and Cooperation – Basis for a Theory of Compliance with Law
Blake Wilson 23 Winking, Nudging, Shoving: Law’s Punishment Problem
Matheus Assaf 24 Truth, Verisimilitude and Fiction in the Making of Procedural Narrative
Thiago Braga Silva dos Santos 24 Truth, Verisimilitude and Fiction in the Making of Procedural Narrative
Joao Felipe Calmon 24 The Power’s Immutability: The Res Judicata as a Form of Corporal Discipline
Mats Flodin 24 Moral Impact on Law and Legislation
Marcelo Galuppo 24 Truth, Verisimilitude and Fiction in the Making of Procedural Narrative
Carlos Eduardo Paletta Guedes 24 Isn’t It Ironic: Judges as Rorty’s Ironists
Nuria Lopez 24 A Penny for Your Thoughts: The Conceptions of Justice in the Literature of Cora Coralina
Eduardo Aleixo Monteiro 24 Law and Literature in Brazil
Natasha Pereira Silva 24 Law and Violence in Kafka and Derrida
Herlambang Wiratraman 24 Dropping a Case, Between Journalism Attacked and Legal Emotional Distress
Bruno Xavier 24 The Power’s Immutability: The Res Judicata as a Form of Corporal Discipline
Martin Allcock 25 Corrective Justice and Kantian Right as a Mechanism to Reconcile “Substantially Clashing Interests” in Cases of Negligently Inflicted Psychiatric Injury
Jaci Rene Costa Garcia 25 Reflective Judgment and Critical Hermeneutic Ethics: First Notes about an Epistemological Orientation to the Law, From the Relation Between Sensitivity and Understanding
Ann Cudd 25 Contractarianism and the Exclusion Problem
Vicente de Paulo Barretto 25 Reflective Judgment and Critical Hermeneutic Ethics: First Notes about an Epistemological Orientation to the Law, From the Relation Between Sensitivity and Understanding
Yi Deng 25 Kant’s Publicity Principle as Dynamic Consent
Marcelo Galuppo 25 The Law in Kant A Controversy Between Natural Law and Legal Positivism
Marie-Luise Grafin von Brockdorff 25 Pax Kantiana: On Philosophical and Juridical Fundamentals of Globalization
Marcelo Granato 25 Publicity and Right: the Kantian Connection
Christoph Lütge 25 Pax Kantiana: On Philosophical and Juridical Fundamentals of Globalization
Danny Maggen 25 Building a Post-Enlightened Conception of Liberal Law
Vitor Medrado 25 The Law in Kant A Controversy Between Natural Law and Legal Positivism
Michael Ch. Michailov 25 Pax Kantiana: On Philosophical and Juridical Fundamentals of Globalization
Eva Neu 25 Pax Kantiana: On Philosophical and Juridical Fundamentals of Globalization
Mehmet Tevfik Ozcan 25 Right as Power: Non Moral Nexus of Law in Modern Society
Helga Varden 25 Freedom, Nature, and Secession – A Kantian Approach
Germain Weber 25 Pax Kantiana: On Philosophical and Juridical Fundamentals of Globalization
Tulio Augusto Tayano Afonso 26 Teoría de lo Reconocimiento y Trabajo Decente: Una Existencia Digna en su Concepción Política
Eduardo Barbarosch 26 La Objectividad en la Moral y el Derecho
Lossian Barbos Bacelar Miranda 26 Particiones equilibradas bajo ponderación
Márcio Ferezin Custódio 26 Teoría de lo Reconocimiento y Trabajo Decente: Una Existencia Digna en su Concepción Política
Daniela Dantas Barbosa 26 Particiones equilibradas bajo ponderación
Lohans de Oliveira Miranda 26 Particiones equilibradas bajo ponderación
Oannes de Oliveira Miranda 26 Particiones equilibradas bajo ponderación
Rahim Foroughi Nik 26 Hacia Una Nueva Filosofía de la Pena en Menores
Fabio Goncalves 26 Las Relaciones de Poder y las Relaciones de Consumo
Ana Isabel Hernandez 26 Emocion, Justicia y Reconocimiento en Judith Butler
Guilherme Lopes de Moraes 26 Emociones y Impuestos por la Perspectiva de la Teoria Comunicacional des Derecho
Flavia Machado 26 Las Relaciones de Poder y las Relaciones de Consumo
Danielle Anne Pamplona 26 Derecho, Constitucion y la Razon: Entre la Logica Instrumental y las Pasiones
Fabio Enrique Pulido Ortiz 26 Acerca de las Relaciones entre Derecho y Sanciones
Johanna Smith Rangel Perez 26 Hacia Una Nueva Filosofía de la Pena en Menores
Angeles Rodenas 26 La Metrica de las Instituciones Politicas: El Enfoque Trascendental y el Enfoque Comparativo
Amelia Sampaio Rossi 26 Derecho, Constitucion y la Razon: Entre la Logica Instrumental y las Pasiones
Jose-Antonio Santos 26 Memoria Post-Auschwitz, Lenguaje Negacionista y Huellas Genocidas
Juan Pablo Sterling Casas 26 Hermeneutica y Dialogo Como Limite Arbitrariedad Judicial
Alexandre Zabalza 26 La dignité de la terre et dignité humaine
Sarah A. M. Cohen 27 Interpretation of Tax Standards: A Comparative Analysis of Legal Thought and Precedent Between Systems of the Civil Law Branch
Aymeric d’Alton 27 On the Cultural Dimension of the Law: Ortega y Gasset and the Latin American Legacy in Legal Philosophy
Janka Foltinova 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Lung-Lung Hu 27 Legal Conflict and Literary Resistance in Colonized Taiwan in Lai He’s Novels
Rao Javaid Iqbal 27 Objectives of Governance: a Comparison of Islamic and Western Traditions 
V. Govindaraja Iyengar 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Zhao Li 27 Potential Impacts on Individuals Caused by the Invasion of IGOs and NGOs into International Politics
Jose Antonio Rego Magalhaes 27 Institution and Interpretation in Derrida’s “Force of Law”: Dialogues with Stanley Fish and Samuel Weber
Tahir Mahmood 27 Objectives of Governance: a Comparison of Islamic and Western Traditions 
Michael Ch. Michailov 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Maria Naav 27 “Only One Can Survive”? The Case When Two Legal Cultures Fight Within the Same Norms – The Example of Equality
Eva Neu 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Joanna Ptak 27 Problem of “Honor Violence” in Western Europe – The Issue of Evalaution of Efficacy of Legal Solutions
Haibin Qi 27 Potential Impacts on Individuals Caused by the Invasion of IGOs and NGOs into International Politics
Augusto Cesar Sampaio 27 A Comparative Study About Institutional Tensions and the Peculiarity of the Brazilian Ones
Guntram-Edith Schulz 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Germain Weber 27 On Moral and Social Philosophy
Qian Xiangyang 27 Understanding Culture in Comparative Law
Ana Aldave 28 La Búsqueda de Consenso Para Una Definición Universal de “Terrorismo”
Irene Broekhuijse 28 Constitutional Law from an Emotional Point of View: Considering Regional and Local Interests in National Decision-Making
Lucas Costa dos Anjos 28 The Philosophy of International Law in Contemporary Academia: Overcoming Negligence Through the Context of Legal Pluralism
Alvaro Jader Lima Dantas 28 Le Metaphore du “Legal Black Hole”
Bryan Druzin 28 Our Massive Castles in the Sky: Why the Nation State is Illegitimate
Shannon Fyfe 28 Grotius on Harm and Self-Defense: Is Preventing Rape a Just Cause for War?
Raf Geenens 28 Sovereignty as Autonomy
Kevin Gray 28 The Collapse of Practice Dependence
Shun Kaku 28 Is Constitutional Democracy Compatible with the Common Pursuit of Global Justice? The Changing Stucture of Global Governance and the Domestic Legal System
Vincius Machado Calixto 28 The Philosophy of International Law in Contemporary Academia: Overcoming Negligence Through the Context of Legal Pluralism
Jorge Nunez 28 Sovereignty Conflicts as a Distributive Justice Issue: The Egalitarian Shared Sovereignty and a New Mode of Governance
Steven Starke 28 Justifying Just War Theory via Calulatus Eliminatus
Miklós Szabó 28 Deep Structure of Language(s) of Law
Chiara Valentini 28 Reasonableness as a Global Legal Standard
Roxan Venter 28 Constitutional Law from an Emotional Point of View: Considering Regional and Local Interests in National Decision-Making
Xiaobo Zhai 28 Bentham‘s Relative Sovereignty
Paulo Adyr Dias do Amaral 29 The Protection of Human Rights by the Tax System
Bruna Avellar 29 A Surrealistic Deconstruction Law: How Sensibility in Legal Studies is Crucial to the Realization of Human Rights
Patrick Cullen 29 The Negative and Moral Right to Life: A Basis for Functional Human Rights
Gerson Leite de Moraes 29 Dignity of the Human Person: A Collective Perspective
Samantha Godwin 29 Competence, Paternalism and Dignity
Cao Guangyu 29 The Consideration of the Legitimacy of Abandoning the Right to Life
Oksana Hryshchuk 29 Human Dignity as the Basis of Fundamental Human Rights
Ling Li 29 The Consideration of the Legitimacy of Abandoning the Right to Life
Hitalo Silva 29 The Doctrine of Hate Speech and Other Fundamental Rights : A Comparative Analysis Inside a Global Legal System
Ivana Tucak 29 Rethinking the Mandatory Rights
Fei Yanying 29 The Consideration of the Legitimacy of Abandoning the Right to Life