La legge come dimora, come presente e come parola. L’esperienza giuridica ebraica interpella il diritto contemporaneo

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Abstract

The analysis takes place in the horizon of the confrontation with other’s legal experience as a critical resource against the postmodern alleged directional inevitability, with particular reference to the trend of flight from the precept, in the crisis of state sovereignty. Jewish law is observed in its identity dimension, independent of territorial roots of sovereignty, in its pervasively dialogical nature and in the peculiar relationship between hermeneutic development and preserved precept centrality, aimed at guaranteeing the presence of the norm in the cyclical revitalization of the time of history. The paper closes on the idea of juridical reflection as a pilgrimage to the future, in a dialogue to which every possible world is welcome
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] The law as a dwelling, as a present and as a word. The Jewish legal experience challenges contemporary law
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)365-394
Numero di pagine30
RivistaJUS
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2019

Keywords

  • comparative criminal law
  • hebrew law
  • sovereignty
  • law as dialogue
  • ermeneutics
  • postmodernity
  • territoriality

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