Hart believes that the rule of recognition is a social rule and is therefore constituted by the conforming conduct of people who additionally accept the rule as a ground for criticizing deviations. Like all social rules, then, the rule of recognition has an external and internal aspect.
This CRN brings collectively students engaged in these thematic and regional foci. In this age of globalization, when economic ties between these areas are gaining power and momentum, it turns into a necessity to study them comparatively.
The CRN seeks to bring collectively scholars who interact with tangible property through the use of empirical data. Our objective is to facilitate an interdisciplinary dialog that brings together students from many different countries whose frequent curiosity is in conducting socio-legal research regarding property. We welcome scholars from numerous fields corresponding to economics, political science, sociology, psychology, geography, law, and anthropology. This CRN seeks to study … Read More