Ulfrid Neumann (Hrsg.), Klaus Günther (Hrsg.), Lorenz Schulz (Hrsg.)
Law, Science, Technology
Plenary lectures presented at the 25th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Frankfurt am Main, 2011
Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie – Beihefte (ARSP-B)
173 p. soft cover
AbstractThe dynamic development of science and technology in the last decades has led to new challenges in jurisprudence. This holds for individual fields of doctrinal law as well as the concerned fields of jurisprudence. It is especially significant for the structure of justice, the efficiency of law as a steering instrument of society, and the empirical conditions of legal responsibility. In a jurisprudential perspective, the philosophy of law is rather engaged with the adaptiveness of its traditional principles and categories or the capacity to come to terms with the new developments and less concerned with concrete matters of law.