9783631653432 (hardback) 3631653433 (hardback) 9783653045338 (e-book)
Dia-Logos (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) ; Bd. 19.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-252) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Vito Breda, Lidia Rodak What rationality? Whose objectivity? / Michal Pazdziora Objectivity and arbitrariness of blind rule-following or what it means to follow a (legal) rule blindly / Lucia Berdisova The causality of omissions and the objectivity of human agency / Pietro Denaro Objectivity and the institutional reflexivity in law / Maciej Pichlak "Essentialism of a kind" and "objectivity of a kind" as necessary for law / Lidia Rodak The objectivity of the legal text in view of the concept of semantic autonomy. Comments on Paul Ricoeur's theory / Marcin Pieniążek The imperative of objectivity and neutrality in legal science and its repercussion on judicial activity: an analysis of the ideas of the Latin-America jurist Luis Alberto Warat / Jaqueline Sena The purloined letter: law, history and the theory of totalitarianism / Cosmin Cercel Postmodern evolution of places of justice: the use and abuse of transparency / David Marrani The concept of objectivity in the UK Supreme Court through a comparative looking glass / Vito Breda Paternalism and 'Objective' best interests / Antal Szerletics.
K213 .D575 2016
Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang Edition, 2016.