From the department of Historical Regimes of Normativity at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory
What legal history can tell us about the philosophical and legal reciprocity between the right of free movement of trade and the duty to protect the migration and self-preservation of peoples.
How was Knowledge of Normativity Produced in the Early Modern Period? A Book on the Lab Table. Coordinates of an Experiment
How was knowledge of normativity produced in the in the age of early modern globalisation? To answer this question the fourth volume of the Max Planck Studies in Global Legal History of the Iberian Worlds puts a pragmatic book on the lab table: Manual de Confessores by the Spanish canon law professor Martín de Azpilcueta (1492-1586).
Schlaglichter aus dem Projekt „Nichtstaatliches Recht der Wirtschaft. Die normative Ordnung der Arbeitsbeziehungen in der Metallindustrie vom Kaiserreich bis in die frühe Bundesrepublik“.
Chinese legal academia is mourning the loss of Professor Jiang Ping, an eminent figure acknowledged as perhaps the most prominent rule of law ambassador and an esteemed legal educator in the modern history of Chinese law.
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