ECCLESIASTIC LAW (GENERAL)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The goal of the course is to provide students with a method of analysis and legal-political lexicon capable of translating reciprocally the various legal standpoints of individuals belonging to different cultural worlds. To be able to make use of a theoretical platform for political dialogue that will promote democratic handling of the diversity of cultures and conflicts these give rise to within the state as a whole.
Course contents summary
The advanced degree syllabus will examine the following points of the legal relational system between the state legal system and religious orders:
A) DEMOCRACY AND CULTURE.
B) METHODOLOGY AND GOALS OF INTERCULTURAL LAW.
C) GRAMMAR OF LEGAL SUBJECTIVITY IN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETIES.
D) RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL CATEGORIES.
E) INTERCULTURAL LEGAL BODIES HYPOTHESES AND PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE LEGISLATION.
The recommended text is "Le religioni" di Mario RIcca, Laterza, Roma-Bari, 2004.
Classroom lectures. Oral exam.