Subject: Workshop - Legality and Legitimacy: From Weimar 1932 to Bucharest 2012?
Date: Saturday 9th March 2013 14:12:49 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Legality and Legitimacy: From Weimar 1932 to Bucharest 2012? This is a one-day workshop, focusing on the relation between the legal and political order in constitutional democracies. Taking the Weimar crisis of 1932 as a departure point, we will investigate the contrast between Carl Schmitt's and Hans Kelsen's approach to this crisis in order to gain insights about the recent constitutional crises in Romania and Hungary. The workshop will be based on a close reading of selected chapters in David Dyzenhaus' monograph "Legality and Legitimacy: Carl Schmitt, Hans Kelsen and Hermann Heller in Weimar" (1999), and the application of his findings to recent developments in Romania and Hungary. The workshop is interdisciplinary. Participants include academics, members of the EU Commission and decision-makers in the Romanian and Hungarian political and and legal systems. There are a few place left for participants. If you have a research interest in theme's of the workshop, please email Edward Kanterian ([email protected]) or Eleanor Curran ([email protected]) Time: Saturday, 6 April 2013 Location: Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) University of Kent at Brussels Participating institutions: University of Kent, Departments of International Studies, Philosophy, Law University of Bucharest, Department of Political Science European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice Organisers: Dr. Edward Kanterian, Department of Philosophy, University of Kent Prof. Iulia Motoc, Constitutional Court of Romania Dr. Eleanor Curran, Department of Law, University of Kent Prof. Harm Schepel, Brussels School of International Studies, Brussels Messages to the list are archived at http://listserv.liv.ac.uk/archives/philos-l.html. Current posts are also available via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhilosL Discussions should be moved to chora: enrol via http://listserv.liv.ac.uk/archives/chora.html.