Phenomenology of Law and Normativity

June 30, 2022

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Phenomenology of Law and Normativity

 

Center of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon

 

Address:

Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa

Alameda da Universidade

1600-214 Lisboa

Room:

C138.B

 

Zoom link:

 https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/83784993442?pwd=VWJ1ZHRUSkZuOUVVbkIyVDdvaWFCUT09

(Access: 501441)

 

 

Meeting organized by:

Pedro M. S. Alves

Contact and Information:

c.filosofia@letras.ulisboa.pt

 

SCHEDULE

Thursday, June 30.

 10,10 AM

Reception and welcoming

Chair: Pedro M. S. Alves

10,30 AM

Historical realism, or how to explain away Reinach’s Neither-Physical-Nor-Psychical realities

By Edoardo Fittipaldi, State University of Milan

11,15 AM

Alfred Schutz and Hans Kelsen on the concept of “Basic Norm.”

By Carlos Morujão, Portuguese Catholic University

12,00 AM

Ethics as metaphysics and the limit of law as primary ontology: Beyond the Ought between Levinas and Kelsen

By Cosimo Nicolini Coen, Bar Ilan University

 

Lunch break

 

Chair: Panos Theodorou

2,30 PM

Social Acts’ Dynamic Eidetics and Qualitative Modifications

By Francesca De Vecchi, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University

3,15 PM

Nomotropism reconsidered

By Paolo Di Lucia, State University of Milan

4,00 PM

The norm as deontic state-of-affairs and as deontic noema

By Lorenzo Passerini Glazel, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

4,45 PM

Ductive force and ductive power: A phenomenological approach

By Pedro Alves, University of Lisbon

Friday, July 1.

 

 

Chair: Pedro M. S. Alves

10,30 AM

Phenomenology of fundamental rights, from the fundamental to the important

By Pascal Richard, University of Toulon

11,15 AM

A genealogy of human rights as ideas

By Anna Irene Baka, University of Crete

12,00 AM

Toward a Post-Reinachean Phenomenological Foundation of Law and Rights. Claims versus Promises and the ‘Natural Lifeworld’

By Panos Theodorou, University of Crete

 

Lunch break

 

Chair: Panos Theodorou

2,30 PM

The role of phenomenology in understanding the boundaries between social ontology and ontology of law

By Virginia Presi, State University of Milan

3,15 PM

Apologies as Social Acts

By Riccardo Mazzola, State University of Milan

4,00 PM

Three intrinsic constraints to the nomothetic power

By Giuseppe Lorini and Olimpia G. Loddo, University of Cagliari

4,45 PM

A Phenomenological Method of International Law: Intersubjectivity and Intercorporeality

By Yota Negishi, Seinan Gakuin University