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Thursday, 27 September 2018

1400–1500          Board Meeting IVR German Section (board members only) G*

1500–1700          General Assembly IVR German Section (IVR members only) G

1730–1800          Opening of the Conference G

  • Hans-Jochen Schiewer (Rector of the University of Freiburg)
  • Boris P Paal (Dean of the Faculty of Law)
  • Stephan Kirste (President, IVR German Section)
  • Ralf Poscher and Matthias Jestaedt (conference organisers)

 

1800–1845           Keynote Speech: The Normative Access to the WorldE

  • Chair: Otto Pfersmann (Paris)
  • John Gardner (Oxford)

 

1930–2100          Reception

 

Friday, 28 September 2018

0900–1045           Plenum I: Philosophical Foundations of the Pure Theory of Law/Die philosophischen Grundlagen der Reinen Rechtslehre

  • Chair: Clemens Jabloner (Vienna)
  • Robert Alexy (Kiel)
  • Stanley L Paulson (Kiel/St Louis)

 

1045–1115          Coffee Break

1115–1300          Parallel Agoras 1–2

The Pure Theory of Law’s Theory of (Legal) Science G

Kelsen in Contrast E

Chair: Matthias Jestaedt (Freiburg)

Chair: Marietta Auer (Gießen)

Carsten Heidemann (Wattenbek): Das ‘Faktum der Rechtswissenschaft’ bei Hans Kelsen

Urszula Kosielinska-Grabowska (Cracow): The Impact of Hans Kelsen’s Pure Theory on Alf Ross’ Ideas: A Case of Scientific Plagiarism?

Thomas Hochmann (Reims): Zur Rolle der Rechtswissenschaft – eine Debatte innerhalb der Wiener rechtstheoretischen Schule

Frederick Schauer (Charlottesville): Ful­ler on Kelsen; Fuller and Kelsen

Georgios Karageorgoudis (Göttingen/Mu­nich): Ist die Rechtswissenschaft eine Normwissenschaft?

Luís Terrinha (Porto): What can Kelsen Learn from Luhmann? Towards a Systemic Pure Theory of Law

Maximilian Kiener (Oxford): Kelsen zwischen Kognitivistischem Dilemma und positivrechtlichem Fiktionalismus

Reut Paz (Gießen/Berlin): Kelsen’s Legal Positivism versus Natural Legal Bolshevism

 

1300–1430           Lunch at Mensa

1430–1615           Plenum II: The Structure of the Legal Order

  • Chair: András Jakab (Salzburg)
  • Christoph Kletzer (London)
  • Lena Foljanty (Frankfurt)

 

1615–1645           Coffee Break

1645–1830           Parallel Agoras 3–4

Problems of Legal Theory

The Demise of Hierarchy and Value Relativism

Chair: Jörg Kammerhofer (Freiburg)

Chair: Ralf Poscher (Freiburg)

Mathieu Carpentier (Toulouse): "A Disappointed Absolutist?" Kelsen on Derogation and Normative Conflicts

Matthias Klatt (Graz): Verfassungskonforme Auslegung und Stufenbau der Rechtsordnung

Matheus Pelegrino da Silva (São Leopoldo/Freiburg): Suspension als Art von Derogation oder als weitere Funktion der Rechtsnorm?

Dana Burchardt (Berlin/Potsdam): The Twi­light of the Concept of Legal Order

Rodrigo Garcia Cadore (São Paulo/Freiburg): Alternative Ermächtigung v. Fehlerkalkül: Wie geht das Recht mit Fehlern um?

Federico Lijoi (Rom): ‘The Dangerous Contradiction of using Dictatorship to Defend Democracy’: Hans Kelsen on the Theory and Praxis of Relativism

Monika Zalewska (Lodz): The Final Reformulation of Hans Kelsen’s Theory of Law and the Project of Legal Science

Ulrich Wagrandl (Vienna): Kelsen war kein Relativist

 

2000–2230           Dinner

 

Saturday, 29 September 2018

0900–1045           Plenum III: Entanglements and Trans-CulturalityE

  • Chair: Martin Borowski (Heidelberg)
  • Alexander Somek (Vienna)
  • DA Jeremy Telman (Valparaiso)

 

1045–1115           Coffee Break

1115–1300           Parallel Agoras 5–6

Kelsen and his ‘Fellow Travellers’ G

Monism, Imputation and the Public–Private Law Divide E

Chair: Ulfrid Neumann (Frankfurt)

Chair: Shu-Perng Hwang (Taipeh)

Tatiana Machalová (Brno): Zur Bedeutung der Brünner rechtstheoretischen Schule für das normative Rechtsdenken

Anne Kühler (Zurich): European Constitutionalism and the Problem of the Hierarchy of Norms: What remains of Kelsen’s Monism?

Marijan Pavčnik (Ljubljana): Die rechtliche Natur des Staates nach Leonid Pitamic

Tomasz Widłak (Gdansk): Kelsen’s Third Monism and the Epistemology of Global Law

Elisa Cacopardi (Milan): Kelsen and Felix Kaufmann

George Pavlakos (Glasgow): Can Imputation Explain How Facts Make Law? A Kelsenian Take on the Contemporary Debate of Constitutive Explanation in the Legal Domain

Benedikt Pirker (Fribourg): Kelsens Auslegungslehre im Lichte der kognitiven Sprachpragmatik

Fernando Menezes de Almeida (São Paulo): Public and Private Law: Hans Kelsen’s Concepts and their Application on a Critical Analysis of the Theory of Administrative Law in Brazil

 

1310–1340           Closing Speech: The Turin School: Receiving Hans Kelsen in ItalyG

  • Chair: Stephan Kirste (Salzburg)
  • Mario G Losano (Turin)


* Panels marked ‘G’ are held in German, those marked ‘E’ are held in English. Panels not so marked are held in both languages.