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Equality and freedom, international and comparative jurisprudence : papers of the World Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, St. Louis, 24-29 August 1975

Author: Gray L Dorsey; International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.
Publisher: Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. : Oceana Publications, [1977]
Series: IVR; 10
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World Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (7th : 1975 : St. Louis, Mo.).
Equality and freedom, international and comparative jurisprudence.
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. : Oceana Publications, [1977]
(OCoLC)558944664
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World Congress on Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (7th : 1975 : St. Louis, Mo.).
Equality and freedom, international and comparative jurisprudence.
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. : Oceana Publications, [1977]
(OCoLC)607896976
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gray L Dorsey; International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.
ISBN: 037900657X 9780379006575
OCLC Number: 2966186
Notes: At head of title: IVR X.
English, French, German, or Spanish.
Includes index.
Credits: At head of title: IVR X.
Description: 3 volumes ; 25 cm
Contents: Vol. 1. I. Persons. Equal protection of basic aspects of human existence and identity: Life, health, liberty, work, dignity, privacy, and freedom to choose one's own pattern of life. Freedom from destructive or intrusive acts of government, groups, or persons: Freedom from oppression, discrimination, exploitation, experimentation. Norms for the future viewed in the light of historical development of the law of persons and concepts inherent in current liberation movements. Dignity, Liberty And Equality, Luis Recasens-Siches, Mexico City 3; Persons As Moral Beings, John Plamenatz, England 27; Historical Development Of The Principles Of Equality And Freedom And The Conception Of Man, Maria Borucka-Arctowa, Krakow 51; A Glimpse Of Persons In The Modern Legalistic World, Mitsukuni Yasaki, Osaka 75; Les Deux Figures De La Liberte Au Xviiieme Siecle, Simone, Goyard-Fabre, Caen 91; The Legal Status Of The Individual: Present And Future, A.F. Shebanov, Moscow 103; Persona Y Estado AgustIn Basave Fernandez del Valle, Monterrey 109; The Human Person And The Legal Person, Iredell Jenkins, University, Alabama 117; Law, Person And Privacy Lincoln Reis, Brooklyn 125, Persons, Male And Female Virginia Held, New York City 135; Libertad, Igualdad Y Dignidad De La Persona Marcelino Rodrlguez M. 143; Uber Personliche Freiheit Und Sozialistisches Recht, Karl A. Mollnau, East Berlin 151; El Hombre, La Sociedad Y La Libertad Domingo A. Labarca P., Maracaibo 159; Equal Worth Of Persons Robert Ginsberg, Media 169; The Exhaustion Of The Ideals Of Freedom And Equality In The United States, Lester J. Mazor, Amherst 175; Brown V. Board Of Education And Educational Equality, Klaus H. Heberle, Richmond 183; Los Derechos Humanos Y El Bien Comun, Jorge Ivan Htibner G., Santiago 191; Some Questions Concerning The Correlation Between Personality And Law, Vilmos Peschka, Budapest 199; La Reception Et Le Developpement Des Idees Occidentales De La Liberte Et De L'egalite Au Japon Modern, Yukio Uehara, Tokyo 205; Equality Of Basic Rights Gene G. James, Memphis 211; Persons And Punishment, Wade L. Robison, Kalamazoo 219; Human Nature And The State, Edward Sankowski, Evanston 227; The Paradoxes Of Equality Alejo de Cervera, Rio Piedras 237; The Full Development Of Personality In Socialist Societies, Peter Popoff, Sofia 245. II. Participation. Democratic ideals, their historical development and institutional forms: What is the nature of individual participation in the new massive groups, governmental and non-governmental? What place is there for persons participating as functioning parts of an organism with definite common objectives? For persons participating as equal parties to a contractual enterprise? For face-to-face and participatory democracy? In what ways can new forms of participation be developed or old ones refined to broaden liberties and secure greater equality in participation? The Concept Of Participation Kazimierz Opalek, Krakow' 255; Participation: A Discussion Based On Scandinavian Experiences, Britt-Mari Blegvad, Copenhagen 277; Individual Freedom And Social Activity, D.A. Kerimov, Moscow 297; Participatory Equality --
An Emerging Model, Elizabeth Flower, Philadelphia 309; Derecho Y Participacion, Jose Luis Curiel, Mexico City 315; On A Theory Of Participation, Joachim K.H.W. Schmidt, Cologne 323; Clogs On Personal Participation In A Democracy, B. Sivaramayya, Delhi 333; People's Masses Participation In The Management Of Society In The Socialist Democracy, Ioan Ceterchi, Bucharest 343; Participation: An Overvalued, Impractical Ideal, Michael D. Bayles, Lexington 351; Principle Of Cooperation In The Relationship Of The Citizen And The Socialist State, V.S. Shevtsov, Moscow 359; La Utopia Rousseauniana: Democracia Y Participacion, Andres Ollero, Granada 367; Participation From Some Aspects Of Socialist Legal Theory, Mihaly Samu, Budapest 379; Burger-Mitbestimmung An Deutschen Gerichten: Defizite Und Chancen In Der Laien-Auswahl Und Der Einstellung Der Berufsrichter, Ekkehard Klausa, West Berlin 387. VOL. 2 III. A. Anticipation: Environment and Natural Resources. In the light of the increased rapidity of scientific and technological developments and the problems of readjustment they entail, what new methods of social control and new forms of social organization are desirable? For instance, what should be the forms of legal and social control on newly available natural resources such as those thought to be in the seabed and subsoil of the deep ocean; what mechanisms are available for preventing abuse of the environment and for dealing with over~population? Personal Freedom And Environmental Ethics: The Moral Inequality Of Species, S.I. Benn, Canberra 401; Personal Freedom And Environmental Ethics: The Moral Inequality Of Species, Bart Landheer, Gröningen 425; Ecological Problems And Persuasion John Passmore, Canberra 431; Equality, Freedom, And General Welfare In Ecological Perspective, Stephen W. Whit~, Johnson City 443; The Codifying Conference As An Instrument Of International Law-Making: From The "Old" Law Of The Sea To The "New", Edward McWhinney, Burnaby 453. III. B. Anticipation: Information Science and Human Relationships. In the light of the increased rapidity of scientific and technological developments and the problems of readjustment they entail, what new methods of social control and new forms of social organization are desirable? In what way can a greater spread of benefits be achieved? Problems of displaced skills, ownership of new resources, control of new modes of power. The effective use of new technologies of communication and the protection of privacy. Implications For Equality And Freedom With Regard To The Social And Legal Problems Resulting From Latest Developments In The Fields Of Computer Technology And Information Science, Wolfgang Kilian, Hannover 477; Socialist Democracy And The Scientific And Technological Revolution, B.N. Topornin, Moscow 499; Anticipation Concerning Issues Arising From The Use Of Computers, Claes-Goran Kallner, Stockholm 507; Computerization From The Viewpoint Of An Interpretation Of Historical Materialism, Leszek Nowak, Poznan 513; La Anticipacion Como Tecnica Juridica Contradictoria, Jesus Lopez Medel, Madrid 523; Potentialities And Perspectives Of Formal Legal Reasoning, Ilmar Tammelo, Salzburg 531. IV. Tensions Between The Goals Of Equality And Freedom. The 19th century saw numerous attempts to pit liberty against equality as the assault of the masses upon freedom. What are the lessons of human experience in its institutional experiments on the possibility of reconciling both and developing unified ideals? Tensions Between The Goals Of Equality And Freedom, D.D. Raphael, London 543; Basic Problems In The Pursuit Of Freedom And Equality, Berislav peric, Zagreb 559; Das Spannungsverhaltnis Der Sozialen Ziele Freiheit Und Gleichheit, Robert Walter, Vienna 583; Issues Regarding Tensions Between Goals Of Equality And Freedom, Stuart S. Nagel, Urbana 603; Note Sur Les Aspects Juridiques Des Rapports Entre L'egalite Et La Liberte, Pierre Goyard, Caen 611; Some Comments On The Tensions Between The Goals Of Freedom And Equality, Shlomo Avineri, Jerusalem 623; Bemerkungen Zu Den Ideen Der Gleichheit Und Freiheit, Vladimir Kubes, Brno 627; Equality, Freedom, And Security: Some Interrelationships, Lyman Tower Sargent, St. Louis 635; Gleichheit Und Freiheit: Komplementare Oder Widerstreitende Ideale, Ota Weinberger, Graz 641; Die Maximierung Des Handlungsspielraums Als Definition Der Freiheit, Rupert Schreiber, Cologne 655; Equality's Dependence On Liberty, Tibor Machan, Fredonia 663; Freiheit Als Zentralwert Einer Ideologiefreien Rechtsordnung, Peter Paul Muller-Schmid, Fribourg 671; Liberte Et Egalite (Passe, Present, Avenir) K. Stoyanovitch, Paris 681; Inequality As A Condition For Peace: Some Remarks On Chapters 13-17 of Hobbes' Leviathan, J.P. van Twist, Nijmegen 689; Freedom, Equality, Juridical Relationships, Beniamino Scucces-Muccio, Modica 693. V. The Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And Legal Protection Of Freedom. New scientific techniques, such as psychosurgery, genetic engineering, and operant conditioning, mingle danger with promise and raise serious moral and legal issues. Can the law protect freedom in such a way as to maximize human benefits of the new knowledge? And can the new knowledge help lighten the burden which law has been carrying as an instrument of social control? Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And The Legal Protection Of Freedom, S.I. Shuman, Detroit 699; The Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And The Legal Protection Of Freedom, Shigemitsu Dando, Tokyo 727; Freedom As An Operational Concept, Gyan S. Sharma, Jaipur 745; On The Notion Of "Manipulation", Zygmunt Ziembinski, Poznan 757; A View On The Basic Issues, H. Ph. Visser't Hooft, Leiden 765; Reflections On Informed Consent, W.T. Blackstone, Athens 775; Treatment Of Patients And Protection Of Freedom, B.O. Osuntokun, Ibadan 783; La Ultima Indignidad Del Proceso Democratico, Alberto E. Serrano, Maracaibo 793; Behavior Technology And Human Freedom, William J. Winslade, Los Angeles 801. Vol. 3. VI. New Legal Institutions For New Social Relations. A focus on constructive attempts to assess emerging legal institutions that attempt to cope with new social problems (both international and intra-national), and suggestions for possible lines of fresh construction. (E.g., UN agencies, legal instruments in international communication developments, ombudsman, new uses of insurance, fresh possibilities arising from computer developments, etc.) Perdida Y Desperdicio De Los Intelectuales En Los Paises Subdesarrollados, Carlos Cossio, Buenos Aires 809; Coercion, Resources And The Right To Participate In Decisions: Some Trends In The Legal Development, Vilhelm Aubert, Oslo 843; Basic Institutions Of Participatory Democracy, Mihailo Markovic, Belgrade 865; A Study Of Nyaya Panchayat Of Sullia Village, Karnataka State, India, M.G. Narasimha Swamy and Gurushri Swamy, Bangalore 887; Taking Purpose Seriously, Philippe Nonet, Berkeley 905; The Impact Of Some New Social Changes On Legal Institutions, Moh. H. Ghanem, Cairo 925; Enforcing Equality: Two Statutory Attempts, Geoffrey Marshall, Oxford 933; L'evolution De La Technique Juridique Dans Les Societes Liberales Avancees, Paul Amselek, Strasbourg 941; Equality And Social Progress: Legal Aspects, A.M. Vassilyev, Moscow 953; A Commentary On Carlos Cossio's Losing And Wasting Of Scholars In The Underdeveloped Countries, J. Jorge Klor de Alva, San Jose 959; The Legal Settlement Of Thalidomide Cases In Japan, Yoichiro Yamakawa, Tokyo 965. VII. Equality Among Nations. What does the ideal of the equality of nations, traditionally tied to national sovereignty, call for in a world in which there is a resurgence of nationalism in the face of increasing global economic penetration? How can equality be strengthened among nations that differ vastly in size, degree of industrial development, wealth and power? A Normative Framework For Reducing Economic Inequalities, Oscar Schachter, New York City 973; Equality Among Nations And The Contradictions Of Technological Change, Ali A. Mazrui, Nairobi 993; Sovereign Equality And The Settlement Of International Disputes, Cornelius F. Murphy, Jr., Pittsburgh 1013; Topical Reflections On The Maxim Fiat Justitia Et Pereat Mundus, Mieczyslaw Maneii, Flushing 1023; L'egalite Et La Liberte. Aujourd'hui Et Demain, Zygmunt Jedryka, Paris 1033; Formal Equality And Substantive Equality, Fouad Abdel-Moneim Riad, Cairo 1041; Inequality Among Nations, William L. Blizek, Omaha 1049; A Theoretical Frame For Equality Among Nations, James King, DeKalb 1059. VIII. Equality And Freedom: Past, Present And Future. What are the significant implications of Equality and Freedom as goals for legal and social organization and action, in historical experience, in immediate problems, and in hopes for the future. Socialism And Democracy, Zdenek Krystufek, Boulder 1069; Equality of opportunity: some ambiguities in the ideal, A.M. Macleod, Kingston 1077; Freedom And Equality In Constitutional And Civil Law, H.J. van Eikema Hommes, Amsterdam 1085; The Prospects Of Man's Equality And Freedom, Adam Lopatka, Warsaw 1095; Ledroit Au Choix Du Metier Dans Les Societes Industrielles: Liberte Ou Egalite, Jeanne Parain-Vial, Dijon 1099; Reflexiones Sobre La Igualdad Juridica, Hermann Petzold-Pernia, Maracaibo 1109; Max Weber And The Problem Of Freedom And Equality, Gert Schmidt, Dortmund 1119; L'egalite, La Liberte et le Droit, Octavian Ionescu, Jassy 1127; Libertad E Igualdad: Breves Consideraciones Sobre El Aspecto Historico Del Tema, Nelson Saldanha, Recife 1135; Rapports Entre Liberte Et Responsabilite Dans L'ecole Du Droit Naturel Moderne, Odile Zanelli, Orsay 1141; Des Droits de Dieu aux Droits de l'homme en Droit Musulman, Jean-Paul Charnay, Paris 1151; Liberte-Defense et Liberte-Pouvoir Monique et Roland Weyl, Paris 1161; Moral Content Of Law, Joseph Shatin, Melbourne 1169; La Libertad y la I Gualdad, Pasado, Presente y Futuro, Francisco X. Gonzalez Diaz L., Mexico City 1175.
Series Title: IVR; 10
Responsibility: edited by authorization of Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (IVR) by Gray Dorsey.

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Whit~, Johnson City 443; The Codifying Conference As An Instrument Of International Law-Making: From The "Old" Law Of The Sea To The "New", Edward McWhinney, Burnaby 453. III. B. Anticipation: Information Science and Human Relationships. In the light of the increased rapidity of scientific and technological developments and the problems of readjustment they entail, what new methods of social control and new forms of social organization are desirable? In what way can a greater spread of benefits be achieved? Problems of displaced skills, ownership of new resources, control of new modes of power. The effective use of new technologies of communication and the protection of privacy. Implications For Equality And Freedom With Regard To The Social And Legal Problems Resulting From Latest Developments In The Fields Of Computer Technology And Information Science, Wolfgang Kilian, Hannover 477; Socialist Democracy And The Scientific And Technological Revolution, B.N. Topornin, Moscow 499; Anticipation Concerning Issues Arising From The Use Of Computers, Claes-Goran Kallner, Stockholm 507; Computerization From The Viewpoint Of An Interpretation Of Historical Materialism, Leszek Nowak, Poznan 513; La Anticipacion Como Tecnica Juridica Contradictoria, Jesus Lopez Medel, Madrid 523; Potentialities And Perspectives Of Formal Legal Reasoning, Ilmar Tammelo, Salzburg 531. IV. Tensions Between The Goals Of Equality And Freedom. The 19th century saw numerous attempts to pit liberty against equality as the assault of the masses upon freedom. What are the lessons of human experience in its institutional experiments on the possibility of reconciling both and developing unified ideals? Tensions Between The Goals Of Equality And Freedom, D.D. Raphael, London 543; Basic Problems In The Pursuit Of Freedom And Equality, Berislav peric, Zagreb 559; Das Spannungsverhaltnis Der Sozialen Ziele Freiheit Und Gleichheit, Robert Walter, Vienna 583; Issues Regarding Tensions Between Goals Of Equality And Freedom, Stuart S. Nagel, Urbana 603; Note Sur Les Aspects Juridiques Des Rapports Entre L'egalite Et La Liberte, Pierre Goyard, Caen 611; Some Comments On The Tensions Between The Goals Of Freedom And Equality, Shlomo Avineri, Jerusalem 623; Bemerkungen Zu Den Ideen Der Gleichheit Und Freiheit, Vladimir Kubes, Brno 627; Equality, Freedom, And Security: Some Interrelationships, Lyman Tower Sargent, St. Louis 635; Gleichheit Und Freiheit: Komplementare Oder Widerstreitende Ideale, Ota Weinberger, Graz 641; Die Maximierung Des Handlungsspielraums Als Definition Der Freiheit, Rupert Schreiber, Cologne 655; Equality's Dependence On Liberty, Tibor Machan, Fredonia 663; Freiheit Als Zentralwert Einer Ideologiefreien Rechtsordnung, Peter Paul Muller-Schmid, Fribourg 671; Liberte Et Egalite (Passe, Present, Avenir) K. Stoyanovitch, Paris 681; Inequality As A Condition For Peace: Some Remarks On Chapters 13-17 of Hobbes' Leviathan, J.P. van Twist, Nijmegen 689; Freedom, Equality, Juridical Relationships, Beniamino Scucces-Muccio, Modica 693. V. The Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And Legal Protection Of Freedom. New scientific techniques, such as psychosurgery, genetic engineering, and operant conditioning, mingle danger with promise and raise serious moral and legal issues. Can the law protect freedom in such a way as to maximize human benefits of the new knowledge? And can the new knowledge help lighten the burden which law has been carrying as an instrument of social control? Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And The Legal Protection Of Freedom, S.I. Shuman, Detroit 699; The Scientific Manipulation Of Behavior And The Legal Protection Of Freedom, Shigemitsu Dando, Tokyo 727; Freedom As An Operational Concept, Gyan S. Sharma, Jaipur 745; On The Notion Of "Manipulation", Zygmunt Ziembinski, Poznan 757; A View On The Basic Issues, H. Ph. Visser't Hooft, Leiden 765; Reflections On Informed Consent, W.T. Blackstone, Athens 775; Treatment Of Patients And Protection Of Freedom, B.O. Osuntokun, Ibadan 783; La Ultima Indignidad Del Proceso Democratico, Alberto E. Serrano, Maracaibo 793; Behavior Technology And Human Freedom, William J. Winslade, Los Angeles 801."@en ;
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