The ability to detach themselves from a western-centric attitude when dealing with non-western or ancient legal phenomena as well as the ability to understand them in accordance to their own structure, principles, or institutions, without coercing them into our familiar categories.
Risultati apprendimento attesi
A - Acquaintance with some non-Western legal institutions and ability to analyze them. B - Ability to find - if any - comparable legal institutions in Western and non-Western legal traditions by searching for "family resemblances" (Wittgenstein) and/or "invariants" (Reinach). C - Ability to assess critically legal institutions regardless of their Western or non-Western origin, along with the ability to analyze the same legal institution from different perspectives. D - Ability to discuss legal institutions with people from all over the world without Western-centric biases. E - The diversity of approaches that will be presented during this course will enable the student to better learn the functioning and the structure of new or alien legal institutions.
Periodo: Secondo semestre
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