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Bongiovanni, Giorgio

Reasonableness and Law

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Table of contents

Part I. Legal, Political and Constitutional Theory

1. The Reasonableness of the Law
Robert Alexy

2. A Sufficientist Approach to Reasonableness in Legal Decision-Making and Judicial Review
Giovanni Sartor

3. Reasonableness, Common Sense, and Science
Alberto Artosi

4. Reciprocity, Balancing and Proportionality Rawls and Habermas on Moral and Political Reasonableness
Giorgio Bongiovanni, Chiara Valentini

5. Law, Liberty and Reason
Philip Pettit

6. Reasonableness and Value Pluralism in Law and Politics
Wojciech Sadurski

7. Global Legitimation and Reasonableness
Sebastiano Maffettone

8. Philip Pettit’s Law, Liberty and Reason: Republican Freedom and Criminal Justice
Luca Baccelli

9. Proportionality, Judicial Review, and Global Constitutionalism
Alec Stone Sweet, Jud Mathews

10. Constitutional Adjudication and the Principle of Reasonableness
Andrea Morrone

11. Some Critical Thoughts on Proportionality
Iddo Porat

Part II. Private, Public and International Law

12. Reasonable Persons in Private Law
Arthur Ripstein

13. The Reasonable Consumer under European and Italian Regulations on Unfair Business-to-Consumer Commercial Practices
Chiara Alvisi

14. Reasonableness in Administrative Law
Giacinto della Cananea

15. Reasonableness in Administrative Law: A Comparative Reflection on Functional Equivalence
Michal Bobek

16. Reasonableness, Bioethics, and Biolaw
Carla Faralli

17. Reasonableness in Biolaw: Is it Necessary?
Amedeo Santosuosso

18. Reasonableness and Biolaw
Stephanie Hennette-Vauchez

19. Reasonableness in Biolaw: The Criminal Law Perspective
Stefano Canestrari, Francesca Faenza

20. The Principle of Reasonableness in European Union Law
Adelina Adinolfi

21. An Evolving “Rule of Reason” in the European Market
Lucia Serena Rossi, Stephen J. Curzon

22. From State-Centered towards Constitutional “Public Reason” in Modern International Economic Law
Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Law Theory/Law Philosophy, International & Foreign Law/Comparative Law, Constitutional Law, Public Law, lait, oikeusfilosofia, sähkökirjat

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Law and Philosophy Library
Page amount
481 pages
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402085000

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