LUISS

Syllabus

Week 1 

Lesson 1 Introduction to the course

Lesson 2 Introduction to the course

Lesson 3 Legal reasoning: Introduction

Lesson 4 Reasoning with rules

Lesson 5 Reasoning with rules

Lesson 6 Reasoning with rules

 

Week 2

Lesson 7 Introduction to legal argumentation

Lesson 8 Introduction to legal argumentation

Lesson 9 Introduction to legal argumentation

Lesson 10 Introduction to legal argumentation

Lesson 11 Introduction to legal argumentation

Lesson 12 Introduction to legal argumentation

 

Week 3

Lesson 13 What is Law? Legal philosophy: The different areas of study

Lesson 14 Philosophy of law, sociology and legal anthropology, methodological approaches

Lesson 15 Law and new technologies. The new technical frontiers of legal thought

Lesson 16 Introduction to legal positivism

Lesson 17 Introduction to natural law

Lesson 18 The values and the opposition between natural law and positive law

 

Week 4

Lesson 19 Legal realism (Scandinavian: Hägerström, Olivecrona, Ross)

Lesson 20 Legal realism (American: Holmes, Frank, Pound, Cardozo)

Lesson 21 Law and legal science in a realistic position

Lesson 22 Kelsen: Legal science and other sciences – The pure doctrine of law

Lesson 23 Kelsen Natural fact, act and meaning

Lesson 24 Kelsen Subjective and objective meaning

 

Week 5

Lesson 25 Rules and legal qualification of the reality

Lesson 26 Validity and existence of the norms

Lesson 27 Legal and sociological judgements

Lesson 28 Diritto e giustizia

Lesson 29 Legal judgment and ideologies

Lesson 30 Legal opinion, interests and values

 

Week 6

Lesson 31 Hart – The concept of law

Lesson 32 Hart – The concept of law

Lesson 33 Hart – The concept of law

Lesson 34 Hart – The concept of law

Lesson 35 Hart – The concept of law

Lesson 36 Hart – The concept of law

 

Week 7              

Lesson 37 Anticipating the effects of law: Economic analysis of the Law: Calabresi

Lesson 38 Economic analysis of the Law: Calabresi

Lesson 39 Economic analysis of the Law: Posner

Lesson 40 Anticipating the effects of law: Game theory and the law

Lesson 41 Game theory and the law

Lesson 42 Game theory and the law

 

Week 8                                                                                                                                                            

Lesson 43 Algorithmical Justice: Decision theory and equitability

Lesson 44 Decision theory and equitability in Law

lezione 45 Decision theory and equitability in Law

Lesson 46 Proportionality and balancing: Alexy

Lesson 47 Justice and Argumentation: Alexy

Lesson 48 Justice and Argumentation: Alexy

 

Week 9

Lesson 49 Legal argumentation

Lesson 50 Legal argumentation

Lesson 51 Legal argumentation

Lesson 52 Legal argumentation

Lesson 53 Legal argumentation

Lesson 54 Legal argumentation

 

Week 10

Lesson 55 Legal argumentation

Lesson 56 Legal argumentation

Lesson 57 Legal argumentation

Lesson 58 Law and logic: Logic and legal reasoning

Lesson 59 Law and logic: Deduction in legal reasoning

Lesson 60 Law and logic: Legal logic beyond deduction

 

Week 11

Lesson 61 Some examples and exercises on law

Lesson 62 Some examples and exercises on law

Lesson 63 Some examples and exercises on law

Lesson 64 Some examples and exercises on law

Lesson 65 Some examples and exercises on law

Lesson 66 Some examples and exercises on law

 

Week 12

Lesson 67 Repetitorium

Lesson 68 Repetitorium

Lesson 69 Repetitorium

Lesson 70 Repetitorium

Lesson 71 Repetitorium

Lesson 72 Repetitorium

 

Texts for the preparation of the final exam:

– H. Kelsen, Introduction to the Problems of Legal Theory, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1992 or a reprint.

– Materials provided by the teachers.

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