The course has the ambition to introduce the students to the complexity of law and its logics. In a more specific way, the lectures will try to combine a theoretical framework and a strong attention to the practical reality of legal phenomena, doing all the efforts to emphasize the interconnection of the formal rules and the set of human activities.
For this reason, along the course it will important, also with the help of some thinkers now classic, to discover the scientific topics examined in the concrete development of a public discussion that gives food for thought all the time to who is interested in the evolution of law and society.
The course will be opened by a very general reflection: moving from the pre-comprehension of law whose are provided also people uneducated in any legal theory, the lectures will have the task to emphasize the historical dimension of this social phenomenon. Then the attention will be focused on Kelsenian perspective and, finally, on Bruno Leoni’s analyses concerning the legal positivism’s thesis.
|Bruno Leoni||Il diritto come pretesa||Liberilibri||2004|
|Bruno Leoni||Lezioni di filosofia del diritto||Rubbettino||2003|
|Hans Kelsen||Lineamenti di dottrina pura del diritto||Einaudi||1952|
|Paolo Grossi||Prima lezione di diritto||Laterza||2003||978-88-420-6436-7|
Exams will be oral.
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