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Lecture: Sin and crime in the moral theology after the council of triest
March 1, 2013
Prof. Dr. Paolo Prodi (Bologna)
In the context of the first workshop of the LOEWE Junior Research Group in the LOEWE Research Focus “Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution” the distinguished historian Paolo Prodi from Bologna gives a public lecture on "Sin and crime in the moral theology after the council of triest" on March 1st at 16.30 h in the Casino 1.811 at the IG-Farben Campus of the Goethe University.
Workshop: Canon Law, Moral Theology And Conflict Resolution in The Early Modern Period
February 28 to March 2, 2013
From February 28 to March 2 the first workshop of the LOEWE Junior Research Group in the LOEWE Research Focus “Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution” takes place in Frankfurt/M. An international group of young researchers will discuss the role of canonists and theologians for conflict resulutions in the era of reformation. A special guest will be the distinguished historian Paolo Prodi from Bologna. He gives a public lecture on "Sin and crime in the moral theology after the council of triest" on March 1st at 16.30 h in the Casino 1.811 at the IG-Farben Campus of the Goethe University.
Kontakt: Wim Decock
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Conference: Judiciary selfregulation in the 19th and 20th Century
January 1st to February 2nd, 2013
The fourth conference of the cluster of excellence project "Regulated self-regulation from a legal historian's perspective" at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in cooperation with the LOEWE Research Focus “Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution” is dedicated to the topic of judiciary selfregulation in the 19th and 20th Century.
Contact: Peter Collin
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Lecture: Transition as a historical problem between "Achsenzeit" and "Sattelzeit"
22 January 2013
Prof. Dr. Paolo Pombeni (Italian-German Historical Institute in Trent; University of Bologna )
What do we mean by "historical transition"? Escaping from the trap of considering every development in history as a "transition", the presentation reflects on the problem of which ages could be understood as really bearing the meaning of being in a certain sense pivotal. The focus is on the question of defining a "modern age", which implies two different problems: 1) what does "modernity" mean; 2) which temporal extension do we assume proper for the age shaped by modernity.
Time and place: 18 h c.t. at the Auditorium of the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History
The lecture is held in English. Guests are welcome!
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Workshop: Normative Pluralität in der Rechtsgeschichte und in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit
January 24/25, 2013
Die rechtshistorische Forschung am Frankfurter MPI für europäische Rechtsgeschichte und die Untersuchungen am Berliner Sonderforschungsbereich 700 „Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit“ weisen zahlreiche Berührungspunkte auf, soweit es um die Erfassung normativer Phänomene außerhalb des staatlichen Rechts geht. Vielfach kommen dabei kongruente Forschungsbegriffe und Forschungsfragen zum Einsatz. An einer Kommunikation, die diese Gemeinsamkeiten zum Gegenstand hat, fehlt es allerdings bislang. Der zweitägige Workshop dient dazu, die beiden Forschungsstränge entlang dreier Leitfragen miteinander in Berührung zu bringen und wechselseitig Mehrwerte auszuloten.
Der Teilnehmerkreis ist geschlossen. Kontakt: Peter Collin
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