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The series Social, Political and Legal Philosophy will publish collections of new essays on topics in social or political or legal philosophy.
Social, Political and Legal Philosophy is a subseries of Rodopi Philosophical Studies.

rather than establishing their unlawfulness ex post . Through the path of this theoretical divide, Kelsen and Radbruch shed light on the tension among justice and legality raised by ex post facto criminal justice, significantly impacting on the post-war legal philosophy and international criminal law

In: International Criminal Law Review
Knowledge, Agency, Responsibility, and the Law
Defeasibility, most generally speaking, means that given some set of conditions A, something else B will hold, unless or until defeating conditions C apply. While the term was introduced into philosophy by legal philosopher H.L.A. Hart in 1949, today, the concept of defeasibility is employed in many different areas of philosophy. This volume for the first time brings together contributions on defeasibility from epistemology (Mikael Janvid, Klemens Kappel, Hannes Ole Matthiessen, Marcus Willaschek, Michael Williams), legal philosophy (Frederick Schauer) and ethics and the philosophy of action (Claudia Blöser, R. Jay Wallace, Michael Quante and Katarzyna Paprzycka). The volume ends with an extensive bibliography (by Michael de Araujo Kurth).
Editor: Vincent Luizzi
Founded as Natural Law Studies, the series Studies in Jurisprudence publishes works in all areas of philosophy of law and maintains a special interest in the relationship between values and morality and the laws of nations and peoples.
Studies in Jurisprudence is a special series in the Value Inquiry Book Series.
Studies in Jurisprudence is co-sponsored by the Natural Law Society.
The Journal of Moral Philosophy is a peer-reviewed journal of moral, political and legal philosophy with an international focus. It publishes articles in all areas of normative philosophy, including pure and applied ethics, as well as moral, legal, and political theory. Articles exploring non-Western traditions are also welcome. The journal seeks to promote lively discussions and debates for established academics and the wider community, by publishing articles that avoid unnecessary jargon without sacrificing academic rigour. It encourages contributions from newer members of the philosophical community.
The Journal of Moral Philosophy is published six times a year, in January, March, May, July, September and November. One issue per year is devoted to a particular theme and each issue will contain articles, discussion pieces, review essays and book reviews.
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Legal and Political Philosophy, edited by Enrique Villanueva, is the first volume in the series Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, published by Rodopi also under his editorship. It contains six original essays by leading political philosophers and philosophers of law (Waldron, Coleman, Postema, Shapiro, Sayre-McCord, and Kraus), along with critical papers on those essays, and replies. This is cutting edge work that elicits sharp responses already as it is published, with the debate joined as the authors reply. Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy is a new book series, edited by Enrique Villanueva, and published by Rodopi Publishers as part of Rodopi Philosophical Studies. The series will publish collections of new essays on topics in social or political or legal philosophy. New volumes will be published approximately every year or every other year.
The interdisciplinary English language journal Art and Law aims to gather outstanding contributions to the fascinating debate at the intersection of art and law. The focus of the journal involves all the aspects (philosophical, juridical, sociological, technological and cultural) characterizing the relationship between art and law. Each issue will be intended as a monographic volume devoted to a specific topic.


As from 2018 the journal is published in 4 issues a year.

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Author: Jiang Yonglin

T’oung Pao 96 (2011) 408-470 www.brill.nl/tpao T ’ O U N G PA O © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156853211X553357 In the Name of “Taizu”: e Construction of Zhu Yuanzhang’s Legal Philosophy and Chinese Cultural Identity in the Veritable Records of Taizu * Jiang Yonglin (Bryn

In: T'oung Pao
Author: Ivo Cerman

. 8 In his view, the progress of legal philosophy consisted in abandoning the Catholic traditions and embracing Grotius. He could, however, prove that this progress had occurred. Since his book was published only in Czech, his discoveries were not immediately received in international research

In: Grotiana
Author: Ben Vermeulen

DISCUSSING GROTIAN LAW AND LEGAL PHILOSOPHY Marginal notes to some recent articles on Grotius 1. Netherlands International Law Review (NILR) 1983, Vol. XXX, issue I, containing: - A. C. 't Hart, 'Hugo de Groot and Giambattista Vico', pp. 5-41; - D. F. Scheltens, 'Grotius' doctrine of the social

In: Grotiana