Law and Phenomenology: 2 December 2015


Law and Phenomenology workshop
House of Sciences and Letters, Kirkkokatu 6, Helsinki
Room 312, 3rd floor
December 2nd, 2015

10.15–10.30 Ari Hirvonen (Helsinki): Opening words

10.30–11.30 Ferdinando Menga (Tübingen): Radical Democracy, Conflicts, Transformative Politics: Phenomenological Remarks on the Transgression of Politico-Legal Boundaries

Chair: Ari Hirvonen

11.30-11.45 Coffee

11.45–12.45 Sophie Loidolt (Vienna): Phenomenology, Law, and the Political:
On the Possible Role of Phenomenological Approaches to Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity in Legal Theory

Chair: Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo (Helsinki)

12.45–14.15 Lunch 

14.15–15.15 Ari Hirvonen (Helsinki): Heidegger and Philosophy of Law

15.15–16.15 Emily Hartz (Southern Denmark):  Law as a Particular Structuring of Subjectivity and World  

Chair: Timo Miettinen

16.15–16.45 Coffee

16.45–17.30 Timo Miettinen (Helsinki):  On the Foundations of the European Economic
Constitution: Ordoliberalism and Phenomenology

17.30–18.15 Hanna Lukkari (Helsinki): Lefort on the Institution of Democracy and Human Rights

Chair: Emily Hartz

The workshop is organized by The Research Network Subjectivity, Historicity and Communality, The Finnish Association for the Philosophy of Law and The Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki.


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