SECURITY VS. FREEDOM
The Board of the Italian Review of History of Law invite all the scholars interested in historical and/or current legal issues and themes to contribute to the debate on the following topics: Security vs. Freedom
Tension between security and freedom has characterized legal and social history throughout the centuries.
In the different historical contexts, the balancing between these two values has depended on many variables that have affected the definition of the semantic area of the two principles of security and freedom.
The view security vs. freedom is often adopted in order to interpret and examine current events and new perspectives might be offered by history of law and legal and philosophical culture.
Submission deadline: September 15, 2018.
At the choice of the author, papers will be published in Italian (or mother language) and English or only in Italian language (or mother language) with an abstract in English of at least 4.000 characters.
For author guidelines and additional information, please visit the website of the Journal www.irlh.it
Aldo Andrea Cassi, Giovanni Chiodi, Ettore Dezza, Gigliola di Renzo Villata, Loredana Garlati, Gian Paolo Massetto, Antonio Padoa Schioppa, Alberto Sciumè, Stefano Solimano, Claudia Storti, Chiara Valsecchi