Conference “Issues of Post-Soviet Theory and Philosophy of Law”

Conference “Justice in the post-Soviet legal order: concept, principle, goal”
Moscow, 6-7 November, 2020

Supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), project № 20-011-22044

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Day 1
List of lectures:
00:00 Maksim Belyaev. Justice as a characteristic and outcome of the procedure. 
28:23 Natalia Varlamova. The principle of proportionality (commensurability) as the operationalisation of the libertarian concept of justice. 
53:15 Vladislav Denisenko. Justice and simulacra in post-Soviet legal science. 
1:14:23 Vadim Perov. Justice and digital inequality in the context of professional ethics. 
1:46:16 Sophya Tikhonova and Denis Artamonov. Historical justice in the system of goals of the State legal memory policy in Russia. 
2:21:12 Yuri Vetyutnev. Openness as a value of the post-Soviet law: rhetorical model of justice. 
2:53:40 Anita Soboleva. Position of justice in the topical legal theory. 
3:32:17 Anton Mikhaylov. Understanding the concept of justice in the legal positivist tradition: English and Russian approaches. 
3:53:47 Sergey Kasatkin. Is justice theory a necessary element of legal theory? (on the example of various positivist and iusnaturalist concepts). 
4:11:06 Alexey Klimenko. Concept of justice: from bourgeois ideological speculations to the concept of social justice. 
4:42:52 Oxana Sharno. Concept of justice in the environmental law of today’s Russia (on the example of relations on compensation for environmental damage). 
4:58:18 Andrey Ilyin. Liberty, equality, justice in the Soviet constitutional tradition.


Day 2
List of lectures: 
00:00 Oleg Rybakov. Justice as a universal and specifically historical value: philosophical and legal aspects.
20:00 Mikhail Antonov. Understanding justice in the normativist teachings of Hans Kelsen and its significance for the post-Soviet legal order.
57:19 Igor Kravets. Justice and human dignity: mastering with law and constitutionalism.
1:33:27 Nikolay Andreev. Ratio of justice and fiscal interests in the post-Soviet tax legislation.
1:48:50 Vladimir Przhilensky. Post-Soviet concept of justice in the context of theoretical constructs of J. Rawls: defined and undefined.
2:31:14 Karen Agamirov. Legal alienation of the States Parties to the Eurasian Integration from their countries’ civil societies in the context of the justice issue.
2:52:55 Olga Sidenko. Just structure of the contemporary Russian society: is that project possible?
3:18:11 Darya Shcheglova. Justice as a characteristic of post-Soviet regional legal orders (on the example of the entities of the Central Black Earth economic region).
3:39:17 Dmitry Dozhdev. Ideological beliefs and traditional institutions of private law: approaches to the justice of a bona fide acquisition in the post-Soviet discourse.
4:25:16 Vladimir Slyshchenkov. After capitalism, after socialism: hired labour and justice.
5:12:08 Elena Timoshina. Justice, reality, and effectiveness of law.


Conference “Issues of post-Soviet theory and philosophy of law: prospects of the free society”
Moscow, 20 April, 2018

Scientific conference “Issues of post-Soviet theory and philosophy of law: prospects of the free society” supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), project №18-011-20004.

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Conference “Issues of post-Soviet theory and philosophy of law”
Moscow, 22 April, 2016

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