Legal culture v. legal tradition / Alan Watson Legal cultures and legal traditions / H. Patrick Glenn Legal epistemology and transformation of legal cultures / Marek Zirk-Sadowski Epistemology and comparative law: contributions from the sciences and social sciences / Geoffrey Samuel How to make comparable things: legal engineering at the service of comparative law / Juha Karhu (previously Juha Pöyhönen Methodology and European law: can methodology change so as to cope with the multiplicity of the law? / Karl-Heinz Ladeur Comparative law of obligations: methodology and epistemology / Christian von Bar Codifying European private law / Walter van Gerven Deep level comparative law / Mark Van Hoecke NICE dreams and realities of European private law / Nikolas Roos The Europeanisation of national legal systems: some consequences for legal thinking in civil law countries / Jan M. Smits
Comparative law and the internationalisation of law in Europe / Mireille Delmas-Marty Public law in Europe: caught between the national, the sub-national, and the European? / John Bell New challenges in public and private international legal theory: can comparative scholarship help? / Horatia Muir Watt Abridged or forbidden speech: how can speech be regulated through speech? / François Rigaux Legisprudence and comparative law / Luc C. Wintgens Rawls' political conception of rights and liberties: an illiberal but pragmatic approach to the problems of harmonisation and globalisation / Paul de Hert and Serge Gutwirth Family trees for legal systems: towards a contemporary approach / Esin Örücü A common legal language in Europe? / Anne Lise Kjær.
Mainly the plenary papers of the Conference on Epistemology and Methodology of Comparative Law held in Brussels, 24-26 October 2002, and organized by the Brussels Catholic University in collaboration with Brussels Free University and the European Academy of Legal Theory.
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