Traité de philosophie du droit et de jurisprudence générale, vol. 12 (t. 2): Rechtsphilosophie im zwanzigsten Jahrhundert, Le monde du droit civil, E. Pattaro, C. Roversi, ed., Milan, Springer, 2015, pp. 111-118 This volume contains contributions made at the special workshop “The Experience of Law” at the 29th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) in Lucerne. Switzerland, from 7 to 12 July 2019. The paper brought together 13 scholars from 5 countries to examine legal experience from different epistemological angles, including phenomenological hermeneutics and postmodernism, psychoanalysis and neo-Kantianism, legal realism, and psychological legal theory. The volume reflects the wide range of topics addressed by contributors: from the general phenomenology of law and anarchy to the philosophy of liberation, from the genesis and experience of normativity to the psychological foundations of legal validity. What all authors have in common is the attempt to look anew at the fundamental question of the philosophy of law and to consider law not as an object of our knowledge or technical domination, but as something that happens to us.
Видання об`єднує статті та есеї, представлені на спеціальному семінарі «Досвід права» в рамках 29-го Всесвітнього конгресу Міжнародної асоціації філософії права та соціальної філософії (IVR), який проходив у м. Люцерн (Швейцарія) з 7 по 12 липня 2019 р. The preparation of the volume involved 13 scholars from 5 countries interested in understanding the experience of law from different epistemological angles, including phenomenological hermeneutics and postmodernism, psychoanalysis and neo-Kantianism, legal realism, and psychological legal theory. The range of problems addressed by the authors is quite wide: from the general phenomenology of law and the deprivation of law to the philosophy of liberation, from the genesis and experience of normativity to the psychological foundations of legal validity. All the texts presented are united by the attempt to radically reconsider the fundamental question of the philosophy of law and to think of law not as an object of our knowledge or our technical domination, but as what happens to us. This article emphasizes the necessary interaction between law and ethics in the interpretation of norms and argues that the attitude of the judge, the assessment of legislative impact and the decision-making process should be considered more than their content in order to ensure the legitimacy (formal and substantive) of decisions. The proposal to reconsider the problem of the rationality and legitimacy of judicial decisions from the perspective of philosophical hermeneutics is very useful for a deeper understanding of the creative power of justice, especially because it is impossible to guarantee the correct answer that does not allow the interpreter to make sense of norms. It opens a new approach that emphasizes the questioning of the phenomenon of hermeneutics itself (which is no longer limited to the study of appropriate methods to discover the true meaning of the norm).
Therefore, this study seeks to understand the implications of the revelations that philosophical hermeneutics has brought to the control of creativity in law, a topic that is debated because it represents one of the great contemporary hermeneutical challenges. Given the political judicial function of supreme courts and the teachings of philosophical hermeneutics, I determine the role of hermeneutics in controlling judges` creativity and ensuring that decisions are ethically justified, legitimate, and rationally appropriate with the principle of separation of powers. Moreover, in a democratic state, I associate the application of fundamental rights with the rule that prohibits the courts from acting as legislators. Carlo Penco, Tanja Pritzlaff, Bernd Prien, Fredrik Stjernberg, Elena Ficara, 島村 修平, Daniele Porello, Italo Testa, Tadeusz Szubka, Catarina Dutilh Novaes Natalia Satokhina, Roberto Redaelli, Edoardo Fittipaldi, Lorenzo Passerini Glazel, Ricardo Evandro S. Martins, Igor Nevvazhay, Natalia S Vasilyeva, Elena Timoshina, Lívia Teixeira Moura Lobo, Dmitrii Tonkov ponencia presentada al congreso sobre The future of . This dossier contains the title of each volume of the treatise on legal philosophy and general jurisprudence and contains the table of contents of each of the 13 volumes.