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En résumé

“法与社会”这门课程要在多层多样的社会关系中解读法律,并且透过法律来考察和把握社会的各种现象。本课程将课堂讲授与媒体教学有机结合,使学生对法社会学有一概括了解,用比较的眼光对法律制度和规范的内容进行分析,对中国法律传统及其演变进行准确定位。 "Law and Society" aims to offer both readings of law that vary with the diversity of social relations and understandings of social events from the legal perspective. This module, through a combination of lectures with multimedia presentation, is designed to enable the students to gain a general knowledge of sociology, to analyse legal institutions and norms by comparative means, and to have a clearer idea of the legal tradition and its evolution in China.

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Le programme

第一周  通过日常生活观察法律现象
   1  交通秩序与法治化程度
   2  醉驾入刑的多角度透视
   3  法律、社会规范以及舆论
   4  正式规则与非正式规则的互动

第二周  社会科学视野中的规则与审判
   1  法律行为的基本模式
   2  规则实施的强制与合意
   3  审判过程中的利益衡量
   4  判决的预测以及法律的实效性

第三周  中国秩序原理的诠释
  1  韦伯的中国法律观:巫术之园
   2  对韦伯叙事的批判性分析
   3  昂格尔的中国法律观:二元结构
   4  在分形动态中修正昂格尔的图式

第四周  作为复杂系统的制度设计
   1  科层管理与平面交涉
   2  探索均衡点:以合意减少强制的成本
   3  围绕判决的互动和关系秩序
   4  在事实与规范之间寻找公正

第五周  诉讼的道德化与技术化
   1  彭宇案的蝴蝶效应
   2  公平责任原则与法官的裁量权
   3  一个判决引起的社会冷漠
   4  法律可以强行道德吗?

第六周  追问法律的正当性
   1  法律现象折射出的道德变化
   2  公德、私德以及法律实证主义
   3  自然法复兴运动与法律内在道德标准
   4  法律与道德之间关系的重构

第七周  司法改革的过去、现在以及未来
   1  作为法制发展突破口的司法改革
   2  程序与责任的结合:案件流程管理制度
   3  排除法官裁量权的尝试:电脑量刑
   4  司法监督的逻辑:舆论审判

第八周  社会主义法治国家的形状
   1  市场经济和多元社会必然要求法治秩序
   2  从应然与调整的角度重新认识法律与审判
   3  关于制度改革的顶层设计
   4  落实法治理念的驱动装置

Course Syllabus

Week 1   Legal Phenomena through the Lens of Daily Life

1.         Traffic Order and Legalisation

2.         Multiple Perspectives on Criminalising the Act of Drunken Driving

3.         Law, Social Norms and Public Opinions

4.         The Interaction between Formal and Informal Rules

Week 2   Rules and Adjudication from Social Sciences Perspectives

1.         A Basic Model of Legal Action

2.         Coercion and Consent in Implementing Rules

3.         Interests Balancing in Adjudication

4.         Prediction of Verdicts and the Efficiency of Law

Week 3   An Interpretation of the Principles in the Chinese Law and Order

1.         The Weberian Idea of the Chinese Law: Sorcery

2.         A Critical Analysis of Weber’s Narrative

3.         Unger’s Notion of the Chinese Law: a Dual Structure

4.         Revising the Ungerian Schema

Week 4   The Institutional Design of a Complex System

1.         Bureaucracy and Horizontal Administration

2.         Exploring the Equilibrium Point: to Avoid Costly Coercion by Consent

3.         Verdict-Oriented Interaction and the Order of Relations

4.         Seeking Justice between Facts and Norms

Week 5   Increasingly Moralised and Technical Litigation

1.         The Butterfly Effect of the Pengyu Case

2.         The Principle of Fairness and Accountability and Judicial Discretion

3.         A Verdict as the Cause of Social Indifference

4.         Can the Law be Forced to Become Morality?

Week 6   The Legitimacy of Law

1.         Moral Changes behind Legal Events

2.         Public and Private Morality and Legal Positivism

3.         The Resurrection of the Law-of-Nature and the Inherent Moral Standards of Law

4.         Reconstructing the Law-Morality Relation

Week 7   The Past, Present and Future of Judicial Reform

1.         Judicial Reform as a Means of Achieving Legal Breakthroughs

2.         Procedure-and-Accountability-in-One: the Process Management of Cases

3.         Nulla peona sine computer: Attempts to Eliminate Judicial Discretion

4.         The Logic of Judicial Supervision: Trial by Public Opinions

Week 8   The Status Quo of Socialist Rechtstaat

1.         The Rule of Law as a Must for Market Economy and Social Multiculturalism

2.         Re-examining Law and Judiciary through the Perspectives of Ought and Adjustment

3.         The Top-Tier Design of Institutional Reform

4.         The Incentive Scheme for Concretising the Rule-of-law Idea



Les intervenants

  • 季 卫东 - KoGuan Law School

Le concepteur

Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, a leading research university located in Shanghai, China, has been regarded as the fastest developing university in the country for the last decade. With special strengths in engineering, science, medicine and business, it now offers a comprehensive range of disciplines in 27 schools with more than 41,000 enrolled students from more than one hundred countries.

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