[ANK] Fictions in Law, Literature, and Philosophy - Concept, Function, Development (02.12./03.12, Zoom/Münster)

Nursan Celik Announcement
Subject Fields
Literature, Law and Legal History, Philosophy

02. December 2021, 18.15: Guest Lecture Dr. Hans Lind (New Haven) via Zoom
03. December 2021, 9.30–12.30: Workshop, University of Muenster

This workshop aims to address the phenomenon of fiction which is prominent in contemporary debates in law, literature, and philosophy. Starting by illustrating the conceptual, the functional as well as the historical characteristics of fictions in each of the aforementioned disciplines, we will then discuss commonalities between the uses of fictions across the various disciplines.


Guest Lecture (02. December 2021) via Zoom

18.15: Dr. Hans Lind: Fiktion und Gesetz

For the zoom link, please send an email to ncelik@uni-muenster.de by December 1st.

Workshop (03. December 2021), CRC 1385 Law and Literature/University of Muenster, Domplatz 6, 3rd Floor

09.30 – 10.15: Nursan Celik: Anything, but a deus ex machina – Towards the Concept and Structure of Literary Fictions
10.15 – 11.00: Dr. Laura A. Zander: Pleasures of Liminality – Fiction(s) in Law and Literature
11.00 – 11.30: Coffee Break
11.30 – 12.15: Constantin Luft: What’s in a Name? Legal Fictions and Philosophical Fictionalism
12.15 – 12.30: Concluding Remarks

For the workshop pre-registration is required by November 26th with ncelik@uni-muenster.de. Please note that only those willing to comply with the 3G policy can participate.