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  • 【讲座通知】Rights-based Law vs. Duties-based Law: The Contribution of Jewish Law to Modern Legal Discourse
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讲座题目:Rights-based Law vs. Duties-based Law: The Contribution of Jewish Law to Modern Legal Discourse

主讲人: Prof.Benjamin Porat

主持人: Dr. Jianping Guo

时间: 2021年9月29日, 19:00-20:30 ,北京时间

参与方式: Zoom

Zoom ID: 868 7200 3785

密码: 568515

讲座简介:The concept of right stands at the very center of Western legal universe. An imaginary alternative legal universe might have similar legal norms, except that they are centered on the concept of duty. Is there any significant difference between these two legal universes? The Hohfeldian assumption of complete correlativity between rights and duties might imply that the difference between these two universes is merely a matter of rhetoric. This article, however, argues that a rights-based legal world would presumably be significantly different from a legal world based upon duties.For this purpose, the article examines classical and modern legal sources from the Western legal tradition, and compare them to Jewish law sources, which demonstrates atypical example of a duty-based legal system.

主讲人简介:Benjamin Porat is a Professor of law and the Director of the Matz Institute for Research in Jewish Law, at the Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prof. Porat is a Gruss Professor of Talmudic Law at Penn Law School. He completed his PhD at the Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University (LL.D. summa cum laude). After completing his doctorate in 2010, he was a Halbert Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto. Prof. Porat focuses on the areas of theory of Jewish law,contract law, and distributive justice. Prof. Porat is the editor of Shenaton ha’Mishpat ha’Ivri and a coeditor of the Jewish Law Annual.His works have appeared in numerous publications including University of Toronto Law Journal, American Journal of Comparative Law, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law. Recently he published his new book, entitled "Justice for the Poor: The Principles of Welfare Regulations from Biblical Law to Rabbinic Literature" (Hebrew).

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