Guest lecture: "Positivism, Antipositivism and back: The German History of the judiciary in the 20th century"
On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at 14.15 Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Haferkamp (Universität Köln) will give a lecture on the topic "Positivism, Antipositivism and back: The German History of the judiciary in the 20th century".
Location: Iuridicum, Näituse 13a, room 101
In a few pictures, the lecture resumes the German history of justice of the 20th century. The political eras serve as corners, such as Kaiserzeit (1971-1914), First World War and the Weimar Republic (1914-1932), National Socialism (1933-1945) and the Federal Republic until the fall of the Berlin Wall (1945-1989). A central question is, how judges positioned themselves within the respective state and in particular what attitude they had towards statutes. The key words of this question are Positvism vs. Antipositivism.
European Union, European Regional Development Fund (University of Tartu’s ASTRA project PER ASPERA).