talian Commercial Law doctrine, with few exceptions, has not been part of the theoretical discourse on Comparative Law. In particular, Italian Commercial Law scholars have never developed a normative hermeneutics theory or a comparative theory. Such omissions are to a degree due to the neglect of Tullio Ascarelli’s teachings, which have been under-appreciated and under-developed. In this article, I argue that Italian Commercial Law doctrine should go in the direction of comparing national laws and European Union law. This effort should be made with the aim of developing a new hermeneutical project through the means offered by Comparative Law. And this is the point from which commercial lawyers should start. Keywords: Comparative Commercial Law – Tullio Ascarelli – Hans-Georg Gadamer – Hermeneutical Project.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Ascarelli and comparison as "implementation of a hermeneutic project"|
|Numero di pagine||82|
|Rivista||RIVISTA DEL DIRITTO COMMERCIALE E DEL DIRITTO GENERALE DELLE OBBLIGAZIONI|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2020|