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16 Iustum Aequum Salutare 5 (2020)

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Iustum Aequum Salutare
     XVI. 2020. 1. - 5.


                                  ACTA



                               - CONFERENCE -

       PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH NATURAL LAW DAY
                             CONFERENCE




By now  it has become a tradition among Hungarian scholars of natural law thinking
to assamble at the end of May to facilitate an interdisciplinary scholarly discussion
on natural law and natural law related problems. This forum, entitled Natural Law
Day  (Termeszetjog Napja) is convened in each year by the Ius naturale Research
Group of the Department of Legal Philosophy of Phzmhny Peter Catholic University.
This research group conducts all-encompassing researches into various areas of
natural law thinking; its main focuses concern the contemporary legal philosophic
issues and the history of natural law thinking. The forums are characterised by their
participants' shared enthusiasm for truth-seeking in socio-political matters. Members
of this scholarly community believe that investigation into the natural law tradition,
broadly conceived, can promote our understanding of the truth of social relations. The
success of this endeavour is marked by the growing number of the forums' attendance
and its character of internationalisation.
   The 4Th Natural Law Day was organised on 3Pst May 2019 in close communication
with the Ius naturale Research  Group's Italian partner association, CERMEG
(Research Centre on Legal Methodology). The  plenary session consisted of three
keynote lectures. The lectio magistralis was delivered by the awardee of this year's
Distinguished Scholar of Natural Law, Professor Maurizo Manzin, the director of
CERMEG. The second   keynote lecture was held by Professor Federico Puppo, while
the third by Serena Tomasi Ph.D. The afternoon featured two parallel sessions with
a total number of five working groups. The Italian and English presentations made
up two working groups, namely Natural law thinking and morality and History
of natural law thinking. The present number of Justum Aequum Salutare covers the
edited version of nine of these foreign language papers.
   Finally, we would like to express our sincerest gratitude to the Journal's Editors for
their kindness in making this special issue possible.

                                             Jinos FRIVALDSZKY - Akos TUSSAY
                                                                Guest Editors

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