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Access_open The Casuistry of International Criminal Law: Exploring A New Field of Research

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2015
Keywords international criminal law, judicial reasoning, casuistry, genocide
Authors Marjolein Cupido
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    International criminal courts have made an important contribution to the development of international criminal law. Through case law, the courts have fine-tuned and modernized outdated concepts of international crimes and liability theories. In studying this practice, scholars have so far focused on the judicial interpretation of statutory and customary rules, thereby paying little attention to the rules’ application in individual cases. In this article, I reveal the limitations of this approach and illustrate how insights from casuistry can advance international criminal law discourse. In particular, I use the example of genocide to show that casuistic case law analyses can help scholars clarify the meaning of the law and appraise the application of substantive legal concepts in individual cases. Based on these observations, I argue that scholars should complement their current research with studies into the casuistry of international criminal law.


Marjolein Cupido
Marjolein Cupido is Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law at VU University Amsterdam and fellow of the Center for International Criminal Justice.

    How best to account for moral quality in adjudication? This article proposes a six-pack of judicial virtues as part of a truly virtue-centred approach to adjudication. These virtues are presented as both constitutive and indispensible for realizing moral quality in adjudication. In addition, it will be argued that in order to honour the inherent relational dimension of adjudication a judge should not only possess these judicial virtues to a sufficient degree, he should also have the attitude of a civic friend. The Aristotelian concept of civic friendship will be proposed as an important complement to a virtue-ethical approach to adjudication.


Iris van Domselaar
Iris van Domselaar is Assistant Professor and Executive Director of the Amsterdam Centre on the Legal Professions (ACLP), Department of Law, University of Amsterdam.
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Access_open Private law as an open legal order: understanding contract and tort as interactional law

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2014
Keywords contract law, Fuller, informal law, pragmatism, rules versus standards
Authors Prof Sanne Taekema PhD
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    This article puts forward the claim that private law, and especially contract and tort, is the area of law that most clearly shows how law depends on social interactions. Taking its cue from Lon Fuller, interactional law is presented as a form of law that depends on informal social practices. Using tort and contract cases, it is argued that this implies that law is in open connection to moral norms and values, and that law cannot be understood without taking into account people’s everyday reciprocal expectancies.


Prof Sanne Taekema PhD
Sanne Taekema is Professor of Jurisprudence, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University of Rotterdam. Her current research is oriented to the rule of law in a global context and to methodological and conceptual issues pertaining to interdisciplinary rule of law.
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Access_open Burgerlijk procesrecht en ideologie

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2011
Keywords civil procedure, ideology, principles of procedural law
Authors Remme Verkerk
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    This contribution offers a partial explanation of the differences between procedural systems. In most jurisdictions, civil procedural regulations constitute a carefully designed system. Generally, a number of underlying principles, guidelines, theories and objectives can be identified that clarify and justify more specific rules of procedure. It will be argued that the main differences between legal systems flow from different political and theoretical views of those who determine and shape the form of the legal process. This contribution identifies the ideological influences on the rules of procedure in a number of influential jurisdictions.


Remme Verkerk
Remme Verkerk was Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law of Maastricht University. Presently he practices law at Houthoff Buruma.
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Access_open Het normatieve karakter van de rechtswetenschap: recht als oordeel

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 3 2009
Keywords legal theory, science, methodology, normativity, knowledge
Authors Prof. mr. Carel Smith
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    Propositions of law are based upon normative judgement. The interpretation and application of legal provisions rest upon a judgement that determines which weight must be attributed to some point of view or perspective. In this respect, legal theory has a normative character. Its normative character does not preclude legal theory from being a scientific discipline. The scientific character of legal theory is not located in the possibility of testing the correctness of its theories. Rather, legal theory owes it scientific character to the shared standards of production and evaluation of legal arguments: the grammar of justice.


Prof. mr. Carel Smith
Carel Smith is associate professor at the Department of Metajuridica, Faculty of Law, Leiden University.
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Access_open Corporate Responsibility Revisited

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2009
Keywords individual responsibility, collective responsibility, legal liability, responsibility and politics
Authors prof. Philip Pettit
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    This paper responds to four commentaries on “Responsibility Incorporated”, restating, revising, and expanding on existing work. In particular, it looks again at a set of issues related primarily to responsibility at the individual level; it reconsiders responsibility at the corporate level; it examines the connection of this discussion to issues of responsibility in law and politics.


prof. Philip Pettit
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Access_open Morality Incorporated? Some Peculiarities of Legal Thinking

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2009
Keywords responsibility, accountability, imputation, liability
Authors prof. Bert van Roermund and prof. Jan Vranken
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    Responsibility disappears into the background of private law as it deals with imputation of liability. Fitness to be held liable is determined by normative viewpoints different from moral ones, in particular by convictions on how society ought to be organized so as to avoid or end conflict between private citizens. Modes of discursive control are geared to making authoritative decisions in view of the same end, and corporate agency is created, restricted or enlarged to undercut or to impose individual liability.


prof. Bert van Roermund
Bert Van Roermund is Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of Tilburg University.

prof. Jan Vranken
Jan Vranken is Professor of Private Law at the Faculty of Law of Tilburg University and former Advocate General at the Dutch Supreme Court.
Editorial

Access_open Presentation

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2009
Authors prof. mr. Hans Lindahl and mr. Erik Claes
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prof. mr. Hans Lindahl
Hans Lindahl is Professor in Philosophy of Law at Tilburg University.

mr. Erik Claes
Erik Claes is assistant professor at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
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Access_open Rechtseconomie tussen instrumentaliteit en normativiteit

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2008
Keywords invordering, levering, rechtspraak, betalingstermijn, betaling, krediet, verkoper, claim, tussenkomst, bank
Authors B. Velthoven

B. Velthoven
Book Review

Access_open Viola van Bogaert, De rechter beoordeeld. Over aansprakelijkheid en verantwoordelijkheid in civiel- en staatsrechtelijk perspectief (diss. Groningen).

Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Maklu uitgevers 2005, 572 p.

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2007
Keywords aansprakelijkheid, rechtspraak, onrechtmatigheid, persoonlijke aansprakelijkheid, rechterlijke fout, rechtsmiddel, rechtsweigering, rechterlijke uitspraak, schade
Authors J.E. Soeharno

J.E. Soeharno
Book Review

Access_open J.B.M. Vranken, Algemeen deel. Een vervolg.

Deventer: Kluwer 2005, 208 p.

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 2 2006
Keywords rechtspraak, burgerlijk recht, motivering, mediation, wetgeving, gedetineerde, onderwijs, aansprakelijkheid, ambtenaar, arbiter
Authors R.A. Khan and K. Rozemond

R.A. Khan

K. Rozemond
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Access_open Rechtswetenschap - disciplinair en interdisciplinair

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2005
Keywords model, constitutie, rechtsmacht, bewijsmateriaal, levering, statuut, noodzakelijkheid, bewijslast, overeenkomst, wettekst
Authors B. Roermund

B. Roermund
Book Review

Access_open G. van Oenen (red.), Ongeregelde orde. Gedogen en de omgang met wilde praktijken

Amsterdam: Boom 2002, 251 p.; M. van Dijck, Gedogen. Over vermogen en onvermogen tot handhaving van wet en recht (diss. Tilburg), Nijmegen:

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2005
Authors T. Holterman

T. Holterman
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Access_open Oordelen op tegenspraak. Over de rationaliteit van het rechterlijk oordeel

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2005
Keywords rechtsstaat, idee, motivering, rechtspraak, erkenning, werknemer, aansprakelijkheid, claim, kwaliteit, noodzakelijkheid
Authors M.A. Loth

M.A. Loth
Book Review

Access_open Marjanne Termorshuizen-Arts, Juridische semantiek. Een bijdrage tot de methodologie van de rechtsvergelijking, de rechtsvinding en het juridisch vertalen (diss. Leiden).

Nijmegen:Wolf Legal Publishers 2003, 343 p.

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 3 2005
Keywords legaliteitbeginsel, model, vertaling, CD-rom, delinquent, rechtszekerheidsbeginsel, arts, auteur, doelmatigheid, misdrijf
Authors D. Venema

D. Venema
Book Review

Access_open J.B.M. Vranken & I. Giesen (red.), De Hoge Raad binnenstebuiten. Verslag van een experiment (Schoordijk Instituut, Centrum voor aansprakelijkheidsrecht)

Den Haag: Boom Juridische uitgevers 2003, 176 p.

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2004
Keywords baby, rechtscollege, rechtseenheid, rechtspraak, bezit, bijproduct, cassatieprocedure, noodzakelijkheid, ondergeschikte
Authors B.F. Beljaars

B.F. Beljaars

E.T. Feteris
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Access_open Commentaar op het preadvies van J.B.M. Vranken

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2004
Keywords burgerlijk recht, risico, belangenafweging, pleidooi, bewijslast, citaat, contract, lagere rechter, president hoge raad, vereniging
Authors J.M. Smits

J.M. Smits
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Access_open Verhullend argumenteren in het vermogensrecht; Preadvies Vereniging voor Wijsbegeerte van het Recht, Springen met lemen voeten

vergadering van 12 december 2003

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2004
Keywords dier, schade, aansprakelijkheid, bezitter, overeenkomst, burgerlijk recht, risico, vergoeding, ouders, verzorging
Authors J.B.M. Vranken

J.B.M. Vranken
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Access_open Naar aanleiding van J.B.M. Vranken, Verhullend argumenteren in het vermogensrecht

Journal Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, Issue 1 2004
Keywords motivering, belangenafweging, kwaliteit, dier, levering, overeenkomst, rechterlijke uitspraak, autonomie, rechtspraak, risico
Authors M. Henket

M. Henket
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