Csaba VARGA: A bírói ténymegállapítási folyamat természete (1992/2001)

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Csaba VARGA: O espaço do direito na Ontologia de Lukács (Novos Rumos, 2003)

December 22, 2012 Leave a comment

‘O espaço do direito na Ontologia de Lukács’ Novos Rumos [Brazil] 18 (2003), No. 39, 4–17

Lukács e os problemas jurídicos / Da Ontologia em geral / A relevância da Ontologia para o pensamento jurídico marxista / O direito na Ontologia / Lições para uma teoria marxista

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Чаба ВАРГА: Пpавовi традицiï?; У пошуках правових сiмей i культур (Киïв & Львiв 2012)

December 22, 2012 Leave a comment

ЧАБА ВАРГА Правові традиції? У пошуках правових сімей і культур: Відкрита лек-ція / Переклад О.В. Ткаченка; за наук. ред. О. В. Кресіна. (Київ-Львів: ЗУКЦ 2012) 24 с. [Серія науково-методичних видань »Академія порівняльного правознав-ства«; Випуск 24] / ISBN 978-617-655-035-8

1. Порівняльне право і порівняльне дослідження правових традицій   2. «Система», «сім’я», «культура» і «традиція» в класифікації права   3. Різні традиції – різні способи мислення   4. Різні очікування – різні інституціоналізації права   5. Різні «раціональності» – різні «логіки»   6. Менталітет в основі права   7. Визначення предмету теоретичних досліджень права

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Standing Tall; Hommages à Csaba Varga (ed. Bjarne Melkevik, 2012)

December 21, 2012 Leave a comment

Bjarne Melkevik Standing Tall: Hommages à Dr. Csaba Varga 9–14 / Roberto Andorno (Zürich) Intergovernmental Declarations Relating to Bioethics: Are they Legal in Nature or Merely Ethical? 15–23 / Marie-Eve Arbour (Québec, Laval) The Role of Comparatists within EU’s Private Law Making Process 25–37 / Stéphane Bauzon (Roma, Tor Vergata) Brain Death vs. Heart Death 39–42 / André Bélanger (Québec, Laval) From the Reification to the Re-humanization of the Contractual Bond? 43–59 / Jes Bjarup (Stockholm) The Concept of Validity: Some Remarks on the Theories of Carl Schmitt, Hans Kelsen and Alf Ross 61–78 / Jan M. Broekman (Pennsylvania, PennState) Moore’s Law and Law 79–95 / William Conklin (Windsor, Ontario) Lon Fuller’s Legal Structuralism 97–121 / Paulo Ferreira da Cunha (Porto) Natural Law & Fraternal Law 123–133 / Francesco d’Agostino (Roma, Tor Vergata) Natural Law, Positive Law, and the New Provocations of Bioethics 135–143 / Michael Fischer (Salzburg) The Cultural Context of Illness, Death and Transplantation 145–152 / Andreas Funke (Köln) Felix Somló’s Legal Philosophy: Content, Critique, Counterparts 153–163 / H. Patrick Glenn (Montreal) On the Origins of Peoples and of Laws 165–171 / Sercan Gürler (Istanbul) The Problem of Legal Indeterminacy in Contemporary Legal Philosophy and Lawrence Solum’s Approach to the Problem 173–182 / Yasemin Işıktaç (Istanbul) The Meaning of the Law: Limits and Possibilities 183–198 / Bernard S. Jackson (Manchester) Some Preliminary Observations on Truth and Argumentation in the Jewish Legal Tradition 199–207 / Zdeněk Kühn (Praha) Formalism and Anti-Formalism in Judicial Reasoning 209–226 / Maurizio Manzin (Trento) »Ordo civitatis«: The Birth of the City and the Urbanization of the Philosophical Landscape 227–233 / Bjarne Melkevik (Québec, Laval) Poetry as Resilience: Engaging Silence and Indifference 235–246 / Françoise Michaut (Paris, CNRS) Deconstruction as a Tool in American Legal Theory and Jurisprudence 247–259 / Hayrettin Ökçesiz (Antalya, Akdeniz) Sovereignty in a Seven-Trigeminus Construct Legal Culture Diagram Within the Frame of »Nomos–Physis« (Society–Culture–Nature) 261–266 / Peter Th. Ørebech (Tromsö) The Rebus sic stantibus through the Lenses of the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros and the Questech Cases 267–287 / Assya Ostroukh (Krasnodar, Kuban) Legal Philosophy in Russia 289–304 / Mehmet Tevfik Ozcan (Istanbul) Capitalism and the Rule of Law: The Three Stages of Legal Order in Modern Society 305–340 / Laura Palazzani (Roma, LUMSA) Biolaw and Ethical Pluralism 341–350 / Enrico Pattaro (Bologna) Jus, ratio and lex in some Excerpts of Aquinas 351–369 / Andrey Polyakov & Mikhail Antonov (Saint-Petersburg) Leon Petrazycki’s Legal Theory and Contemporary Problems of Law 371–381 / Sofia Popescu (Bucureşti, Institutul de Cercetări Juridice) Legal Culture: A Key Concept for Research on the European Integration of Law 383–396 / Federico Puppo (Trento) A Classical View on Law and Information Technologies 397–408 / Erich Schweighofer (Wien) Theory of Legal Informatics 409–416 / Alexander Somek (Iowa) Integration without Emancipation: Reflections on »Social Europe« 417–433 / Teruji Suzuki (Japan) Pluralistic Structure of Social Norms in Asia 435–439 / Gülriz Uygur (Ankara) Neutral Principles, Justice and Law 441–449 / Alfonsas Vaišvila (Vilnius, Mykolas Römeris) Human Dignity and the Right to Dignity in Terms of Legal Personalism: From the Conception of Static Dignity to the Conception of Dynamic Dignity 451–463 / Francesco Viola (Palermo) Legal Hermeneutics and Cultural Pluralism 465–481 / Jan Woleński (Kraków) Remarks on Legal Positivism 483–487

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Theatrvm legale mvndi; Symbola Cs. Varga oblata (ed. Péter Cserne, 2007)

March 24, 2012 Leave a comment

Attila Badó & Mátyás Bencze ‘Reforming the Hungarian Lay Justice System’ / Chongko Choi ‘East Asian Encounter with Western Law and Emergence of Asian Jurisprudence’ / Lajos Cs. Kiss ‘Karl Mannheims Rezeption in Ungarn’ / Péter Cserne ‘How to Use Philosophy, Economics and Psychology in Jurisprudence: The Case of Paternalism in Contract Law’ / Jørgen Dalberg-Larsen ‘Policy of Law and Codifications’ / Péter Erdő ‘Kirchenrechtliche Aspekte der Bischofssynode’ / Carla Faralli ‘Challenges in Contemporary Legal Philosophy’ / Balázs Fekete ‘In the Matrix of Global Governance: Reflections on the Transformation of Statehood in the Age of Global Governance’ / Volkmar Gessner ‘Regulation and Support: International Business in a Global Legal Culture’ / Christopher Berry Gray ‘Kelsen’s Kairos: The Secessinary Moment and Its Validation’ / Tamás Győrfi ‘Jurisprudence of Reasons? The Dworkin–Schauer Debate’ / István H. Szilágyi ‘Barna Horváth’s Genius’ / András Jakab ‘Critical Remarks on Alexy’s Theory of Principles’ / János Jany ‘Legal Pluralism in Islamic and Jewish Law during their Formative and Classical Period’ / András Karácsony ‘Legal Hermeneutics in German Jurisprudence’ / Keziban Kiliç & Máté Paksy ‘À la recherche du meilleur droit possible: Trois aspects de l’ontologie juridique leibnizienne’ / Peter Koller ‘Die Idee sozialer Gleichheit’ / Miklós Könczöl ‘Justice to Future Generations and the Problem of Uncertainty: Some Communitarian Approaches’ / David Nelken ‘Legal Culture, Transnational Legal Processes and Conformity’ / Vittorio Olgiati ‘The Preamble of the Treaty that Institutes a Constitution for Europe: A Question of Virtual Reality’ / Esin Örücü ‘Some Problems and Pitfalls in Researching Law in Foreign Jurisdictions’ / Marijan Pavčnik ‘The Rule of Law Arguments: Its Elements and Some Open Questions and Cases’ / Zoltán Péteri ‘Droit et culture: Aux origines de la comparaison des cultures juridiques’ / Béla Pokol ‘Einbeziehung der Herrschaftsdimension in die Luhmannsche Systemtheorie’ / Jiri Priban ‘From the Spirit of the Laws to the Politics of Identity: A Critique of Ethno-nationalist Fantasies and their Legalisations’ / Nikolas H. M. Roos ‘Theodicee: God Guilty as Charged?’ / Juan Igartua Salaverría ‘Some Cautionary Observations with Regard to the Judicial Evaluation of »Scientific Evidence«’ / Mihály Samu ‘Collective Rights of Minorities and their Quality as Constituent of the State’ / Marie Sandström ‘The Swedish Model: Three Aspects of Legal Methodology’ / József Szabadfalvi ‘Prima Philosophia Iuris: A Sketch of Bódog Somló’s Legal Philosophical Oeuvre’ / Miklós Szabó ‘Propositions in Law’ / Péter Szilágyi ‘Zum Verhältnis der Rechtstheorie und der Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit in Ungarn’ / Péter Takács ‘Der Begriff des Gemeinwohls’ / Szilárd Tattay ‘Ius and Dominium in Thomas Aquinas’ / Jean-Marie Trigeaud ‘Immutabilité et changement dans le politique et le droit’ / Antal Visegrády ‘The Developmental Tendencies of the National Legal Systems in the European Union’ / Gordana Vukadinović & Ágnes Kartag-Ódri ‘Tendencies in the Contemporary Theory of Law in Serbia’ / János Zlinszky ‘Römisches Recht: Beispielsammlung für Rechtsphilosophie’ // ‘Bibliography of Csaba Varga’s Works’

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Csaba VARGA: The Place of Law in Lukács’ World Concept (1985/2012)

March 13, 2012 Leave a comment

The Place of Law in Lukács’ World Concept [1985] 3rd [reprint] ed. with Postface (Budapest: Szent István Társulat 2012) 218

Introduction: Lukács and the Problems of Law

Part One   Preliminary Skirmishes with the Questions of Law

Chapter 1   Encounters of the Young Lukács with Law   1.1 Legal Studies, 1.2 Friendship with Felix Somló, 1.3 Relationship with Gustav Radbruch

Chapter 2   Glorification of Consciousness in History and Class Consciousness   2.1 The Search for a Way Opposed to Institutions: Law as Force and as Consciousness, 2.2 Reification and the Consciousness of the Proletariat and its Dramatized Legal Conception, 2.3 Messianism as the Core of Lukács’ Preconception

Chapter 3   Provisional Summaries and Question Marks   3.1 Ruthlessness and its Trap in The Destruction of Reason, 3.2 Allusions to a Synthesis in The Specificity of the Aesthetic

Part Two   The Ontology: a Copernican Revolution

Chapter 4   The Ontological Approach as a Methodological Possibility of Transcending Socialist Normativism   4.1 The Genesis and Methodological Significance of the Ontology   4.2 Socialist Legal Thinking (4.2.1 The Revolutionary Period, 4.2.2 The Roots and Manifestations of Socialist Normativism, 4.2.3 The Need for Progress), 4.3 The Making of an Ontological Approach to Law

Chapter 5   The Ontological Concept of Law   5.1 Law as a Complex of Mediation (5.1.1 Complex of Complexes, 5.1.2 Complexes or Social Relationships, 5.1.3 The Interaction of Complexes: Mediation, 5.2 Law as Objectification and as Actual Functioning (5.2.1 The Genesis of Law and the Dialectics of the Use of Coercion, 5.2.2 Positive Law and Natural Law, 5.2.3 The Inner Contradiction of Law, 5.2.4 Legal Superstructure), 5.3 Is Law a Reflection of Reality? (5.3.1 Teleology and Causality, 5.3.2 Reflection of Reality and the Question of Incongruence, 5.3.3 The Nature of Juridical Concepts, 5.3.4 Validity as a Distinctive Quality of Law), 5.4 Law in Action: Formal Legality versus Social Optimum (5.4.1 Components of Law-Observance, 5.4.2 Law and Logic: Subsumption and Manipulation, 5.4.3 “Jurist’s World View” and the Ideology of the Legal Profession)

Chapter 6   The Ontological Approach as a Horizon in the General Renewal of Marxism

Appendix   “Thing” and Reification in Law   A.1 “Thing” or Reification in Marxist Philosophy?, A.2 Concepts of “Thing” as Fictions in the Law, A.3 Objectification, Reification and Alienation as Qualities of the Existence of Law (A.3.1 Objectification, A.3.2 Reification, A.3.3 Alienation), A.4 Conclusions

Postscript   The Contemporaneity of Lukács’ Ideas with Modern Social Theoretical Thought (The Ontology of Social Being in Social Science Reconstructions – with Regards to Constructs like Law)   P.1 Ontologies and The Ontology of Social Being, P.2 Some Key Terms of Lukács’ Ontology, P.3 The Ontology of Social Being as Applied to Law, P.4 Gattungswesen and Alienation

Csaba VARGA: Sur les transferts juridiques, in: Liber amicorum; Studia A. Tamás septuagenario dedicata (ed. András Gerencsér & Péter Takács, 2011)

March 13, 2012 Leave a comment

copie de preuve à ‘Sur les Transferts juridiques: Une analyse conceptuelle’ [trad. de l’anglais Laélien Buridan] in Ratio legis – ratio juris Ünnepi tanulmányok Tamás András tiszteletére 70. születésnapja alkalmából / Liber amicorum Studia A. Tamás septuagenario dedicata, szerk. Gerencsér András & Takács Péter (Budapest: Szent István Társulat 2011), 528–550 [Pro Publico Bono / Xenia / Bibliotheca Iuridica: Libri Amicorum 39]

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