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27 June 2013

SCHOOL: International School of Ius Commune

Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture
 International School of Ius Commune

Direttori della Scuola: M. Bellomo – K. Pennington – O. Condorelli

 33rd Course, Erice, 5-11 october 2013
  
Social crisis and science of law in medieval and modern world

Director of the 33rd Course
Andrea Padovani (Università di Bologna)


Sponsored by: The Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research – Sicilian Regional Government – Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. – University of Catania –Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Imola – Fondazione CEUR, Bologna

Purpose

Human history fluctuates unceasingly between two opposite poles: violence and disorder on one side, and demands for settlement and peace on the other: that is a quest for rules, establishing uniformity and predictability for social behaviors. Between the two poles, a lawless society (anomia) and an order established by a legal system, there is embedded a combat between a stubborn defense of antiquated privileges and new claims of freedom. This struggle occurred again and again in European society from the time of Irnerius at the beginning of the twelfth century in different contexts and with different problems that jurists were asked to resolve. When confronted with these issues, from time to time the jurists wisely imposed limits on human behavior with the imposition of norms from positive law or from higher norms such as natural law. They imposed the ‘dogmata iuris’ to regulate the spontaneous but disordered emerging of vigorous new energies that were then adopted for common good of society.

Lecturers and topics


Scienza giuridica tra sistema e anarchia
Pietro Barcellona, Università di Catania, IT

I signori dell’arbitrio e il “princeps legibus solutus”
Manlio Bellomo, Università di Catania, IT

“Duo socii criminis faciunt plenam fidem?” Il valore probatorio della nomina del complice nelle pratiche criminali dell’età moderna: il diritto patrio all’assalto dello “ius commune” (I, II)
Giovanni Chiodi, Università di Milano “Bicocca”, IT

L’idea di diritto naturale agli albori della scienza giuridica medievale (I-II)
Orazio Condorelli, Università di Catania, IT

The Social Dimension of Late Scholastic Contract Law

Wim Decock, University of Louvain, BE / Max-Planck-Institute for Legal History (LOEWE) Frankfurt, DE

Crisi istituzionali, crisi socio-economiche e l’insegnamento giuridico a Roma fra Teoderico e Carlo Magno. La scia dei manoscritti
Luca Loschiavo, Università di Teramo, IT

¿El chocolate interrumpe el ayuno eclesiástico?. Una quaestio ‘moral’ de León Pinelo (1590-1660) fundamentada sobre categorías jurídicas
Emma Montanos Ferrín, Universidad de La Coruña, ES

Forma, ordine, bellezza. Variazioni su un tema (I-II)
Andrea Padovani, Università di Bologna, IT

Il pensiero francescano come portatore di uno specifico concetto di ‘voluntas’ (I, II)
Luca Parisoli, Università della Calabria, Cosenza, IT

L’ “Elogio delle regole” di Manlio Bellomo. Un modello esportabile?
Marcello Saija, Università di Palermo, IT

Diritto e relazioni industriali nella storiografia giuridica di età contemporanea: paradigmi interpretativi correnti e prospettive di ricerca
Cristina Vano, Università di Napoli “Federico II”, IT

Giuristi e giurisprudenza al concilio di Basilea
Thomas Woelki, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, DE



For information and applications please contact:

Prof. Dr. Orazio Condorelli
Università di Catania

ocondorelli@lex.unict.it

2 comments:

Dr. Stefania Gialdroni said...

See also the following description of this year's topic (available on the website of the University of Catania):

http://www.lex.unict.it/comunicazioni/1Condorelli-EriceWeb2013.pdf.

Dr. Stefania Gialdroni said...

The above mentioned link contains information about registration fee and contacts.