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Monographica I Naturalizzare, normalizzare, potenziare. Prospettive filosofiche su Neuroscience e Neurolaw


Fuselli Stefano

Guest Editor's Preface

Nunziante Antonio-Maria

Naturalismo e neuroscienze. Sulla genesi storica di un legame teorico

Gaiani Alberto

Riduzionismo e neuroscienze: il dibattito filosofico recente

Sarra Claudio

Questioni pregiudiziali: una prospettiva epistemologica sui rapporti tra neuroscienze e diritto

Fuselli Stefano

Ripensare l’uomo: ripensare il diritto? Sui supposti fondamenti neurobiologici del diritto

Sommaggio Paolo

Neurocivilizzazione

Palazzani Laura

La mente farmacologicamente potenziata: problemi bioetici e biogiuridici

Amato Salvatore

Neuroscienze e utilizzazione militare delle tecniche di potenziamento umano


Monographica II Rethinking Cicero as Political Philosopher


Giorgini Giovanni, Irrera Elena

Editor’s and Guest Editor’s Preface

Lisi Francisco Leonardo

La noción de ley natural en Cicerón

Fott David

Skepticism about Natural Right in Cicero’s De Republica

Englert Walter

Epicurean Philosophy in Cicero’s De Republica: Serious Threat or Convenient Foil?

Prost François

Un dittico esemplare nel primo pensiero politico di Cicerone

Iacoboni Anna

Il significato politico del mos maiorum in Cicerone

Paulson Lex

A Painted Republic: the Constitutional Innovations of Cicero’s De legibus

Colotte Franck

Le De Officiis de Cicéron : un manuel de vertu pratique?

Fermani Arianna

Tra vita contemplativa e vita attiva: il De Officiis di Cicerone e le sue radici aristoteliche

Gastaldi Silvia

Vita politica e vita filosofica nei proemi del De republica di Cicerone

Schütrumpf Eckart

Cicero’s View on the Merits of a Practical Life in De republica 1: What is Missing? A comparison with Plato and Aristotle

Havlíček Aleš

Philosophie und Politik bei Cicero

Pagnotta Fausto

Cicerone nell’opera e nel pensiero politico di Machiavelli: alcune considerazioni introduttive

Neschke-Hentschke Ada

Il contributo di Cicerone alla nascita della dottrina moderna della “sovranità del popolo”

Martelli Fabio, Tossani Eleonora

La Retorica del tradimento. Pensiero e technē ciceroniano nell'orazione di Saint-Just il 13 Novembre 1792

Tosi Elena

Americanus sum nec quidquam Americani a me alienum esse puto: i classici latini e la nuova identità statunitense in John Adams

Irrera Elena

Cicero on Different Kinds of Respect for Persons. A ‘Darwallian’ Approach

Giorgini Giovanni

Cicero and Machiavelli: Two Visions of Statesmanship and Two Educational Projects Compared


Monographica III Moral realism and political decisions


De Anna Gabriele, Martinelli Riccardo

Guest Editors’ Preface

Martinelli Riccardo

Realism, ontology, and the concept of reality

Lavecchia Salvatore

Agathological Realism:* Searching for the Good Beyond Subjectivity and Objectivity or On the Importance of Being Platonic

Fischer Alexander, Fuchs Marko J.

‘Solidarity at the Time of the Fall’: Adorno and Rorty on Moral Realism

De Caro Mario, Marraffa Massimo

Bacon against Descartes. Emotions, Rationality, Defenses

Labinaz Paolo

Reasoning, Argumentation and Rationality

Becker Thomas

Is Truth Relevant? On the Relevance of Relevance

Sbisà Marina

The Austinian Conception of Illocution and its Implications for Value Judgments and Social ontology

Illies Christian

The Relevance of Anthropology and the Evolutionary Sciences for Political Philosophy

De Anna Gabriele

Realism, Human Action and Political Life. On the Political Dimension of Individual Choices

Ancona Elvio

Determining Ius According to Thomas Aquinas: a Realistic Model for Juridical Decisions

Stopford John

Reason, Morality, and Skill


Monographica IV Soggetto, identità, alterità


Marrone Pierpaolo

Editor’s Preface

Cossutta Marco

L’essere umano fra soggettività giuridica ed oggettività economica. Note sulla non-cittadinanza fra diritti fondamentali ed incapacità giuridica speciale

Cristin Renato

Il complesso d’Europa. Comprensione di sé e interpretazione dell’altro nell’identità europea

Marrone Pierpaolo

Subjects to Dialogue

Polidori Fabio

L’altro che forse sono. Tra umano e animale


Simposio Hans Lindahl, Fault Lines of Globalization. Legal Order and the Politics of A-Legality, Oxford University Press, 2013


Menga Ferdinando G.

A-Legality: Journey to the Borders of Law. In Dialogue with Hans Lindahl

Christodoulidis Emilios

Lindahl’s Phenomenology of Legality

Ciaramelli Fabio

Vers une phénoménologie de l’a-légalité

Loughlin Martin

A-legality or Jus Politicum? A Critical Appraisal of Lindahl’s Fault Lines of Globalization

Näsström Sofia

What Bounds A-Legality?

Rummens Stefan

Contingency and Reason: Some Habermasian Reflections on A-Legality

Neil Walker Neil Walker

Legal Thinking Inside and Outside the Box

Lindahl Hans

Reply to Critics


Varia


Baccarini Elvio

Public Reason and Moral Bioenhancement

Biasetti Pierfrancesco

Rights, Duties, and Moral Conflicts

Cevolani Gustavo, Festa Roberto

Giochi dei beni pubblici: il problema dei beni pubblici nella prospettiva della teoria dei giochi

Greblo Edoardo

I confini della cittadinanza

Innerarity Daniel

Democracia sin política: ¿por qué la democracia puede perjudicar seriamente a la democracia?

Malatesti Luca

Psychopathy and Failures of Ordinary Doing

Monteleone Ester

Iris Murdoch: la relazione tra l’interiorità e il comportamento pubblico è la moralità

Prijić – Samaržija Snježana

Hybrid virtues

Rasini Vallori

What Remains of Man and of the World: Reflections on the Age of Ecological Crisis

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 61
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2014What Remains of Man and of the World: Reflections on the Age of Ecological CrisisRasini, Vallori
2014Hybrid virtuesPrijić – Samaržija, Snježana
2014Iris Murdoch: la relazione tra l’interiorità e il comportamento pubblico è la moralitàMonteleone, Ester
2014Psychopathy and Failures of Ordinary DoingMalatesti, Luca
2014Democracia sin política: ¿por qué la democracia puede perjudicar seriamente a la democracia?Innerarity, Daniel
2014I confini della cittadinanzaGreblo, Edoardo
2014Giochi dei beni pubblici: il problema dei beni pubblici nella prospettiva della teoria dei giochiCevolani, Gustavo; Festa, Roberto
2014Rights, Duties, and Moral ConflictsBiasetti, Pierfrancesco
2014Public Reason and Moral BioenhancementBaccarini, Elvio
2014Reply to CriticsLindahl, Hans
2014Legal Thinking Inside and Outside the BoxNeil Walker, Neil Walker
2014Contingency and Reason: Some Habermasian Reflections on A-LegalityRummens, Stefan
2014What Bounds A-Legality?Näsström, Sofia
2014A-legality or Jus Politicum? A Critical Appraisal of Lindahl’s Fault Lines of GlobalizationLoughlin, Martin
2014Vers une phénoménologie de l’a-légalitéCiaramelli, Fabio
2014Lindahl’s Phenomenology of LegalityChristodoulidis, Emilios
2014A-Legality: Journey to the Borders of Law. In Dialogue with Hans LindahlMenga, Ferdinando G.
2014L’altro che forse sono. Tra umano e animalePolidori, Fabio
2014Subjects to DialogueMarrone, Pierpaolo
2014Il complesso d’Europa. Comprensione di sé e interpretazione dell’altro nell’identità europeaCristin, Renato
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 61
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