Research Projects 2012-2017



Projects in Research Area 1: The Normativity of Normative Orders: Origins, Vanishing Points, Performativity

1. Normativity of Critique - Critique of Normativity (Prof. Dr. Nikita Dhawan)

2. Multi-Normativity (Prof. Dr. Thomas Duve, Prof. Dr. Klaus Günther, Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Prof. Dr. Armin von Bogdandy)

3. Power, Rule, and Violence in Orders of Justification (Prof. Dr. Rainer Forst, Prof. Dr. Klaus Günther)

4. Moral Actors in the Financial Market: Conditions of the Emergence, Maintenance, and Dissemination of Moral Norms in the Financial Sector (Prof. Dr. Axel Honneth)

5. Self-Interest vs. the Common Good: On a Central Issue in Economic Ethics (Prof. Dr. Rainer Klump)

6. Normativity and Subjectivity: First Nature - Second Nature - Mind (Prof. Dr. Christoph Menke)

7. The Bible as Norma Normans (Prof. Dr. Luise Schorn-Schütte)

8. Law and Violence in Cinema (Prof. Dr. Martin Seel, Prof. Dr. Angela Keppler)

9. Defeasibility of Legal Reasoning and the Special Nature of Legal Normativity (Prof. Dr. Marcus Willaschek)

10. The Professional Morality of Bankers: Milieu-Formation and Codes of Professional Ethics in Global Finance (Prof. Dr. Sighard Neckel)

11. Sustainable Development, Global Governance, and Justice (Prof. Dr. Darrel Moellendorf)

12. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – Macroeconomics and Development (Prof. Dr. Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln)

13. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – Practical Philosophy with a concentration on the Philosophy of Law and Political Philosophy (Prof. Dr. Christoph Menke)

14. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – International Political Theory (Prof. Dr. Darrel Moellendorf)

 

Projects in Research Area 2: The Dynamics of Normative Orders: Rupture, Change, Continuity

1. Arenas of the Immaterial: How Human Actors Deal with Diverging Norms of Intellectual Property (Prof. Dr. Mamadou Diawara)

2. The Normativity of Formal Knowledge: The Exact Sciences, Equality and Situated Universalism in the 18th Century (Prof. Dr. Moritz Epple)

3. Iconology of Historiography: On the Pictorial Formation of Historical Thought in Modernity (Prof. Dr. Andreas Fahrmeir, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Jussen)

4. Calls for Repatriation in Postcolonial Discourse: The Restitution Policy of Ethnological Museums Since 1970 (Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Kohl)

5. Imperial Policies and Religious Space in the Third Century AD (Prof. Dr. Hartmut Leppin)

6. Genesis and Validity of the Concept of the Secular (Prof. Dr. Dr. Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmidt)

7. Formations of a New Gender Order in Tunisia after the Revolution (Prof. Dr. Susanne Schröter)

8. The Normativity of Formal Orders and Procedures in the Ancient World: A Comparison between Mathematical and Judicial Rule Systems (Prof. Dr. Annette Imhausen)

9. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – Anthropology of Colonial and Postcolonial Orders (Prof. Dr. Schröter)

10. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – History of Science of the Pre-Modern World (Prof. Dr. Annette Warner-Imhausen)


Projects in Research Area 3: The Plurality of Normative Orders: Competition, Overlapping, Interconnection

1. The Exercise of Public Authority on the International, Supranational, and Domestic Levels: Reconstructing Public Law to Face the Challenges of Multilevel Governance (Prof. Dr. Armin von Bogdandy)

2. The Transformation of Normative Orders: The Transnationalisation of Rule and Resistance
(Prof. Dr. Nicole Deitelhoff, Prof. Dr. Christopher Daase)

3. The Formation of Transnational Criminal Law Regimes (Prof. Dr. Thomas Duve)

4. Structures of Legitimation of Private, Intermediary, and Hybrid Regulatory Regimes (Prof. Dr. Thomas Duve)

5. Security Communication in Democracies (Prof. Dr. Gunther Hellmann)

6. Legitimation through International Law and Legitimation of International Law (Prof. Dr. Stefan Kadelbach, Prof. Dr. Peter Niesen, Prof. Dr. Jens Steffek)

7. From Biological Disarmament to Biosecurity: Securitisation or Humanisation of Biological Weapons Control After September 11, 2001 (Prof. Dr. Harald Müller)

8. Transnational Regulation of Intellectual Property Rights Through Cooperation (Prof. Dr. Alexander Peukert)

9. The Legitimation of Non-State Regulation in Interconnected Normative Orders (Prof. Dr. Klaus Dieter Wolf)

10. The Legitimation of International Criminal Justice – Normative Openness as a Resource of Legitimacy for International Public Authority (Prof. Dr. Christoph Burchard)

11. Professorship of the Cluster of the Excellence – Criminal and Criminal Procedure Law, International and European Criminal Law, Comparative Law and Legal Theory (Prof. Dr. Christoph Burchard)

12. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – International Organizations (Prof. Dr. Christopher Daase)

13. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – International Relations and Theories of Global Order (Prof. Dr. Nicole Deitelhoff)

14. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – Chair in Civil Law and Commercial Law with a special emphasis on International Intellectual Property Law (Prof. Dr. Alexander Peukert)

15. Professorship of the Cluster of Excellence – Transnational Governance (Prof. Dr. Jens Steffek)


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