Symposia and DPSP Special Issues

DPSP Annual and DPSP Special Issues

DPSP Annual is a free open access e-Journal on the DPSP website. DPSP Special Issues are printed Books or e-Books, which are sold. DPSP Special Issues consist mostly of a selection of published materials from different year volumes of DPSP Annual (including new translations and edited reissues). New materials or materials that have been published elsewhere can be added.

The webmaster of the DPSP website, Dr. E.A. (Liesbeth) Huppes-Cluysenaer, is the regular editor in chief of DPSP Annual. Guest editors collaborate with the webmaster in the organization of the yearly Paul Scholten Symposia and in the editing process of the publication of the revised Symposia contributions in DPSP Annual. The guest editors have the final say in the production of the Special Issue.

 

DPSP Special Issues no 1 is forthcoming.

 

Forthcoming

 

Backcover

 

The Digital Paul Scholten Project (DPSP) is a Digitization, Translation and Publication project, financed till 2020 by the University of Amsterdam. It is dedicated to the legacy of Paul Scholten, who lectured at the University of Amsterdam from 1906 till 1945 and developed a unique point of view on legal methodology, which aligns with the historical roots of the Dutch pragmatic legal culture.

The DPSP research compares Scholten’s writings with other legal philosophical texts across time, countries and disciplines. Yearly a Paul Scholten Symposium is organized with a specific theme.

DPSP Annual is an e-Journal which publishes not only the Symposia contributions but also creates a publication platform for new translations of Paul Scholten’s writings and for articles which discuss his works in international context. DPSP Special Issues are books containing selections of texts from different volumes of DPSP Annual, tailored to a Symposium theme.

 

DPSP Special Issues no 1 contains the annotated and adapted English translation of the most important Dutch text on legal philosophy of the twentieth century: General Method. The translation is accompanied by an introductive analysis of the contemporary topicality of the theory of Paul Scholten. Further the Special Issues contains information about Paul Scholten and all contributions to the first three DPSP Symposia which were submitted for publication.

 

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