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Contents: Tomasz Pietrzykowski/Brunello Stancioli: Introduction: Modern Challenges to the Concept of a Person in Law - Tomasz Pietrzykowski: Law, Personhood, and the Discontents of Juridical Humanism - Brunello Stancioli/Daniel Ribeiro: Dignity as Constraint and as Freedom: On the Meanings of Human Dignity for a Transhuman World - Wojciech Zaluski: The Concept of Person in the Light of Evolutionary Theory and Neuroscience - Carolina Nasser/Nara Carvalho/Brunello Stancioli/Lais Lopes: An Adequate Concept of Human Body: Debunking Mind-Body Dualism - Malte-Christian Gruber: Legal Subjects and Partial Legal Subjects in Electronic Commerce - Miodrag Jovanovic: Constructing Legal Personality of Collective Entities - The Case of "Peasants" - Tatiana Chauvin: Philosophical Anthropology as a Model of Human Legal Subjectivity - Antonio Cota Marcal/Paula Maria Nasser Cury: The Constitutive Journey Toward Individual Personhood - Tomasz Pietrzykowski: Beyond Personhood: From Two Conceptions of Rights to Two Kinds of Right-Holders.
Tomasz Pietrzykowski is professor at the Department of Legal Theory
and Philosophy of Law, University of Silesia in Katowice,
Brunello Stancioli is Doctor of Law and full time Tenured Law Professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil.