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Numero 1/2020 – Giugno

Spunti critici sulla obbligatorietà del lavoro penitenziario

di Augusto Romano The recent reform of Penitentiary System expunged the obligation of prison work, thus revealing critical issues, since it does not seem to fully fit into the political social model that was outlined by the Constitutional Treaty, that bases the constitutional building on work, recognising the anthropological, ethical and economical centrality of it […]

Pseudomorfosi politiche: O. Spengler e G. P. Fedotov

di Vladimir A. Ščučenko The article compares the views of O. Spengler and G.P. Fedotova on the concept of pseudomorphosis. Particular attention is paid to the socio-political implications of the concept of pseudomorphosis in G.P. Fedotov in the post-Soviet foreign period of his work. It is shown that in contrast to O. Spengler G.P. Fedotov subtly analyzes […]

Profili giuridici della mendicità in Jacopo Menochio

di Federica Paletti* Abstract: this essay aims the focus on the contribution by the scientia jurisof the early modern age, especially by the jurisconsult Jacopo Menochio (1532-1607), in the construction of the legal identity of the beggar. In Europe, in a time of legal proliferation aimed at limiting and suppressing the cases of beggary, the […]

Leggi naturali dell’organizzazione, diritto implicito e interazione sociale: l’indispensabile per un corretto inquadramento della proposta di Fuller

di Andrea Porciello*   Still today, Fuller is mostly known as a kind of natural lawyer who lost the debate against Hart, or other times, as the theorist who proposed the naïve idea of “Inner Morality of Law”. In this article I want to emphasize that Fuller is much more than that. Reading Fuller by […]

«….Non c’è che da risolvere il problema dell’Alta Slesia»: ordine internazionale, egemonia ed autodeterminazione nell’età della Società delle Nazioni

di Filippo Ruschi* The Treaty of Versailles had redrawn the map of Europe: it was necessary, however, to implement this project plan. This task was up to the League of Nations, formally into being since January 10th 1920. Among its very first commitments was the intervention in Upper Silesia, troubled by deep inter-ethnic violence. As […]

Quale logica per i diritti dell’uomo?

di Paolo Savarese* The paper revisits, tracing it back to Kant, the link between the acknowledgement of human dignity and the fundamental human rights that formed the basis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, considers some authoritative objections and questions the possibility of thinking about a logic of rights. The tension between […]

The roots of Alexander Herzen’s populist socialism

di Daniele Stasi* The author describes the roots of Herzen’s political thought and its development after the disappointments of 1848 and, in general, in the mid-nineteenth century. The paper is divided into three parts. The first, describes the controversy between Slavophiles and Westernists regarding relationships with European civilization and the idea of Russian identity that will have […]

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Call for papers 2021: Tramonto della politica? Tramonto del diritto? In dialogo con Emanuele Severino (1929-2020)

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