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JÖRG FREY Die Herrlichkeit des Gekreuzigten
Studien zu den Johanneischen Schriften
Herausgegeben von Juliane Schlegel
[The Glory of the Crucified One. Studies of Johannine Writings I]
On his way towards a thorough commentary on John, Jörg Frey presents 17 extensive studies on John from 15 years, together with a new introduction. (learn more...)
Doing Gender - Doing Religion
Fallstudien zur Intersektionalität im frühen Judentum, Christentum und Islam.
Herausgegeben von Ute E. Eisen, Christine Gerber und Angela Standhartinger
[Doing Gender - Doing Religion. Case Studies on Intersectionality in Early Judaism, Christianity and Islam]
The articles in this volume deal with the debate in social sciences on the so-called intersectionality of structural inequality and apply this to ancient religious texts. The articles focus on the question of how gender role concepts and religious ideals are mutually dependent and influence each other. (learn more...) (Reading sample...)
Kommentar zur Europäischen Währungsunion
Herausgegeben von Helmut Siekmann
Bearbeitet von Florian Becker, Christof Freimuth, Charlotte Gaitanides u. a.
[Commentary on the European Monetary Union]
The commentary fills a gap between the existing works covering the Treaty on the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union in general and the detailed monographs on specific aspects of the Monetary Union. Leading experts from academia and central banking have joined to expound all relevant provisions of primary law – including protocols – and of secondary law. (learn more...)
Herausgegeben von Ulrike Müßig
Legal positivism is questioned by experiences of unlawful law which should not exist if one had strictly insisted on this position. But it is not least the totalitarian systems of the 20th century which provoke the question of the boundaries of law that arose in other epochs as well. In this respect, the submitted volume "Unlawful Law" enters new grounds by examining the question of the boundaries of law for judicial decision-making and executive administrative actions beyond the legal-philosophical discussion of the Kelsenean normative logic which focuses on legislation alone. (learn more...)