Thursday May 25

Cardozo Law School
55 5th Ave, New York

15 – 16 Introduction

Peter GOODRICH (Cardozo Law School)

Angela CONDELLO (University of Roma Tre, University of Turin)

16 – 16.30 COFFEE BREAK

16.30 – 17.30 Exemplarity: Singularity, Generality, Concreteness, Abstraction, Hypoteticals

Silvia NICCOLAI (University of Cagliari), Rediscovering the dialectic between singularity and generality: a chance for diversity, and freedom

José Manuel AROSO LINHARES (University of Coimbra), Exemplarity as concreteness or the challenge of institutionalizing a productive circle between past and present, old and new

Karen PETROSKI (Saint Louis University School of Law), Harnessing Hypotheticals: How to Argue About Meaning

Chair – Peter GOODRICH (Cardozo Law School)

17.30 – 18.15 Discussion


Friday May 26

Cardozo Law School
55 5th Ave, New York

9 – 10 Aesthetics of Exemplarity

Julen ETXABE (University of Helsinki), Seeing the Whole in a Fragment: ThePanecastic Method of Jacques Rancière

Pedro de OLIVEIRA and Tiago PIMENTEL ANDRADE, The View of
Understanding of as Art and its Contribution to the Systematic Prospective

Mark ANTAKI (McGill University), Making Sense: Exemplarity and the Unruliness of Judgment?

Chair – Thomas GIDDENS (St Mary’s University)

10 – 10.45 Discussion

10.45 – 11.15 COFFEE BREAK

11.15 – 12.15 Deduction, Induction, Exemplary reasoning

Carel SMITH (University of Leiden), Deduction and the Rhetoric of Literality
Anita SOBOLEVA (University of Moscow), Sources of Law v. Sources of Arguments: Positivist and Rhetorical Approach to Law and Legal Reasoning

Ana Margarida SIMÕES GAUDÊNCIO (University of Coimbra), From the dichotomy norms/facts to the connection system/problem in the judicial organization of law: logical deduction vs. analogical judgment in adjudication

Chair – Angela CONDELLO (University of Roma Tre, University of Turin)

12.15 – 13 Discussion


15 – 16 Humanism of Exemplarity

Paolo HERITIER (University of Turin), Aesthetics of singularity in Law and Humanities: the conception of the example in philosophical jurisprudence and in the poetic Iconomics of Vico

Massimo LEONE (University of Turin), The Doodling of Jesus: The Aspectuality of Law

Fabiana PINHO (University of Kiel, University of Sao Paulo), Human dignity at the European Court of Human Rights: how do problems become solutions?

Chair – Erica WEITZMANN (Northwestern University)

16 – 16.45 Discussion

16.45 – 17.15 COFFEE BREAK

17.15 – 18.15 Fictionality of Exemplarity

Thomas GIDDENS (St Mary’s University), Law and the Multiframe: On Comics and Other Ways of Knowing

Terezie SMEJKALOVA (Masaryk University, Brno), Showing by fiction: Audience of extra-legal references in judicial decisions

Chair – Silvia NICCOLAI (University of Cagliari)

18.15 – 19 Discussion


Saturday May 27

NYU Production Lab
16 Washington Place

9 – 10 Exemplarity between Rituals, Morality, and Normativity

Michał DUDEK and Mateusz STĘPIEŃ (Jagellonian University, Krakow), Power Distance in Courtroom – An Outline of Variables Constituting the Phenomenon

Elisabeth ENEROTH (University of Frankfurt, Normative Orders), Exemplarity in Critical Substantive Validity Testing of Legal Norms

Leandro SANTOS DA GUARDA (University of Roma Tre), A possible compromise? Legal individualism and individual morality in criminal law

Chair – Paolo HERITIER (University of Turin) and Massimo LEONE (University
of Turin)

10 – 10.45 Discussion

10.45 – 11.15 COFFEE BREAK

11.15 – 12.30 Discussion of Hans Lipps’ Instance, example, case, and the relationship of the legal case to the law

Erica WEITZMAN (Northwestern University)
Angela CONDELLO (University of Roma Tre, University of Turin)

12.30 – 13 Conclusions