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On Knowledge and Adjudication of National and European Law. 'Schriften zur Rechtstheorie'. 1. Auflage. 226…
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Titel: Law, Politics, and Morality: European Perspectives II

ISBN: 3428109457
EAN: 9783428109456
On Knowledge and Adjudication of National and European Law.
'Schriften zur Rechtstheorie'.
1. Auflage.
226 S.
Herausgegeben von Jordi Ferrer Beltrán, Maribel Narváez Mora
Duncker & Humblot GmbH

10. Januar 2006 - kartoniert - 226 Seiten

Beschreibung

Teaching and study of law is based on the premises of formal dogma. Discussion centres on what the law says, and less on the Instruments enabling its application, such as legal argumentation and reasoning.The approach to the new legal and institutional challenges facing the European Union is not immune to this problem. Little public attention is paid to actual law emanating from EU institutions, and even less to its application. However, at least three issues of vital importance can easily be seen to originate in this field: (1) Does legal harmonisation among EU countries also mean harmonisation of criteria and forms of justification of judicial reasoning? (2) What is the relationship between each country's internal laws and European law at the application stage? And (3) what is the relationship between the application of law by European-level legal bodies and national bodies, which may, for example, assume differing levels of protection of individual rights?These and other questions concerning application of the law in the European Union were the objective of a European congress, The Judiciary and its Role in the European Construction Process, held in Girona, Spain, from 14 to 16 November 2002. The congress was funded by the European Commission via the Human Potential Programme within the European Community's 5th Framework Programme. It was part of the PhD Euroconferences in Legal Philosophy: Current Challenges to the European Legal Thought project. This book brings together the results of that congress, yet cannot be termed Proceedings, since the papers presented at the congress were later modified by the authors in light of the discussion.

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Inhalt: J. Ferrer Beltrán / M. Narváez Mora, Introduction - I. Turégano Mansilla, Constitution and Democracy in the European Construction Process. Regarding Some Reflections by Jürgen Habermas - G. Maniaci, The Role of Rationality in Judicial Argumentation - O. Raban, Legislation, Adjudication and Justification - V. Champeil-Desplats, Legal Reasoning and Plurality of Values. Axio-Teleological Conflicts of Norms - I. Lifante Vidal, Interpretation and Judicial Discretion - G. Marcilla Córdoba, Iura Novit Curia, Law Crisis, and the European Building Process - G. Itzcovich, Sovereignty, Legal Pluralism, and Fundamental Rights. Italian Jurisprudence and European Integration (1964-1973) - J. Holmes, Human Rights Protection in European Community Law. The Problem of Standards - J. Ferrer Beltrán, Right to Proof and Rationality of Judicial Decisions - F. Poggi, Proving Intention. Some General Remarks

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pproach to the new legal and institutional challenges facing the European Union is not immune to this problem. Little public attention is paid to actual law emanating from EU institutions, and even less to its application. However, at least three issues of vital importance can easily be seen to originate in this field: (1) Does legal harmonisation among EU countries also mean harmonisation of criteria and forms of justification of judicial reasoning? (2) What is the relationship between each country's internal laws and European law at the application stage? And (3) what is the relationship between the application of law by European-level legal bodies and national bodies, which may, for example, assume differing levels of protection of individual rights?

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