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Rule of Law und institutioneller Wandel: Vertragsstabilität und Vertragsdurchsetzung in Osteuropa


Edited By Herbert Küpper and Friedrich-Christian Schroeder

Die Beiträge in diesem Band bilden den juristischen Teil des interdisziplinären rechts- und wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Forschungsprojekts „Offenheit und institutioneller Wandel: Das Beispiel der Rule of Law". Das Buch untersucht die Wechselwirkung von außenwirtschaftlicher Öffnung und Liberalisierung im Vertragsrecht anhand des Umbruchs in Osteuropa. Die Beiträge dieses Bandes sind Länderstudien einerseits zu der Öffnung des außenwirtschaftlichen Vertragsrechts als dem Weltmarkt besonders ausgesetzter Regelungsmaterie. Andererseits untersuchen sie als Gegenprobe den Wandel im Arbeitsvertragsrecht, denn der Arbeitsvertrag ist auch in marktwirtschaftlichen Systemen ein besonders stark regulierter Vertragstyp.

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General Conclusion


Every generation has its thinkers who embrace the responsibility to raise again the classical and fundamental philosophical questions and to pursue timely answers to them, taking into account the richness of the historical heritage and providing fresh interpretation in response to the particularity of the given epoch. Voegelin raises again fundamental questions in philosophy because he has found the dominating philosophical answers to be unsatisfactory and to be contributing to the deformation of the human mind and its view of reality. Because philosophy starts from wonder and leads to the love of wisdom, Voegelin believes that any philosopher has to have the courage to think independently, against the stream, and must run the risk of being rejected by his contemporaries if he wants to save his authentic commitment to the quest of truth. Voegelin has, in my opinion, such philosophical courage. The depth of his reflection and the breadth of the issues he discusses demonstrate that he has many important things to say. He invites the contemporary thinker to enter into dialogue about the most crucial issues of our time. For this purpose, he builds a philosophical discourse through the mediation of classical philosophy. In the light of Plato’s metaxy he elaborates a very fine political philosophy serving the understanding of the nature of reality. On the one hand, Voegelin does this through diagnosis of various deformations within the historical, political and cultural contexts and, more fundamentally, in human consciousness. On the other hand, he wants to explore...

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