BLTG: David Duarte – “Correlative Co-Action and the Square of Deontic Modalities”

Belgrade Legal Theory Group organized another event in the spring semester of 2024 with Prof. David Duarte (University of Lisbon), on the topic of deontic modalities. Prof. Duarte started by presenting Hohfeld’s schema of molecular and atomic rights, with different atomic legal positions and their logical relations. He outlined Hohfeld’s square of deontic modalities and…

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BLTG Meeting: Hrafn Asgeirsson: How normative functions “shape” the law: A grounding problem for legal positivism?

For the third BLTG meeting in May, we will host Dr Hrafn Asgeirsson Associate Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of Surrey, School of Law, and co-director of the Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy – on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, 5:00 PM CET, who will speak about: “How normative functions “shape” the…

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BLTG Meeting: David Duarte, Correlative Co-Action and the Square of Deontic Modalities

For the second BLTG meeting in May, we will host David Duarte from the Faculty of Law University of Lisbon – on Monday, May 20th, at 5 PM CET, who will speak about: “Correlative Co-Action and the Square of Deontic Modalities”. You can access the meeting via the following link: https://pravni.webex.com/pravni/j.php?MTID=meaef5445750f0286c8471c491a39dcb5

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BLTG: Luka Glušac – How Many Branches of Government? Fourth Branch Institutions as Awkward Cousins

Belgrade Legal Theory Group organized the third event in the summer semester of 2024 with Luka Glušac (Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade) on the topic of the fourth branch of government. Glušac started the lecture by explaining the basic doctrine of the separation of powers into three…

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BLTG: Piotr Bystranowski “Self-absorbed, yet interesting? A study on general jurisprudence”

Belgrade Legal Theory Group organized its second event of the spring semester of 2024 with Piotr Bystranowski (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods as well as a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics at the Jagiellonian University) on the topic of self-refentiality of general jurisprudence. Piotr opened the lecture with raising two…

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BLTG Meeting: Prof. Catherine Elgin, The Concept of Understanding

Belgrade Legal Theory Group Meeting (04.03.2024.) Prof. Catherine Elgin  “The Concept of Understanding” Belgrade Legal Theory Group organized its first event of the spring semester of 2024 with Prof. Catherine Elgin (Harvard University) on the concept of understanding within the philosophy of science. Prof. Elgin opened with general remarks about epistemic reliability, the concept of truth, and…

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