The RECOGNISE project features a permanent seminar series convened by Miha Hafner (Ljubljana), Michele Ubertone (Bologna) and Antonia Waltermann (Maastricht) with a view to the exchange of ideas and theories relating to legal reasoning and cognitive science. Meetings take place online and are open to project members as well as interested external parties.
The first Recognise Intensive Study Program took place inLjubljana, from the 31st of January to the 4th of February 2022.
The second Recognise Intensive Study Program will take place in Palermo, from the 27th of June to the 1st of July 2022.
An event celebrating the cognitive sciences where experts are brought together to showcase their research and to share ideas.
Niek Strohmaier, Assistant Professor at Leiden University, will lead a discussion on (one of) his research findings relating to 'The risk of noise in using open norms: the case of bankruptcy trustees' duties in insolvency proceedings.'
Guest presenter Noam Gur, from Queen Mary University of London, will lead a discussion on Legal Normativity between Reasons, Reasoning, Cognition and Motivations.
Guest presenter Damiano Canale, from Bocconi University, will discuss the topic of Naturalized Legal Inferentialism: Problems and Constraints.
Guest presenter Robert Horselenberg, Associate Professor in Legal Psychology from the Faculty of Law, Maastricht, will discuss the topic of 'Tunnelling in the police investigation - Recognition of an ongoing process.'
Online privacy decisions, manipulation and dark patterns
Prof. Corrado Roversi
Prof. Marco Brigaglia
RECOGNISE Integrated. An attempt to make the internal coherence of the RECOGNISE project explicit
Comments on Hage
Legal Reasoning, Cognitive Science and Reductionism. A Proposal to Avoid Reductionism in the RECOGNISE Project
Comments on Atienza
Grounding Institutional Concepts: An Experimental Study
Legal Concepts and Cognitive Naturalization
Ecological Rationality in the Law
Concepts for which we need others more: the case of abstract concepts