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Национальный исследовательский университет – Высшая школа экономики
Программа дисциплины «Россия в Западной правовой традиции» для направления/ специальности 03.0200.68 «Политология», подготовки магистра

Правительство Российской Федерации

Федеральное государственное автономное образовательное учреждение высшего профессионального образования
"Национальный исследовательский университет
"Высшая школа экономики"

Общеуниверситетская кафедра публичной политики

Программа дисциплины

Россия в западной правовой традиции

Russia in Western legal thought

для направления 030200.62 «Политология» подготовки магистра

для магистерской программы «Политический анализ и публичная политика»

Автор программы:

Фогельсон Ю.Б. доктор юридических наук, yfogelson@

Одобрена на заседании Общеуниверситетской кафедры публичной политики «24» июля 2013 г

Зав. кафедрой Н.Ю. Беляева

Рекомендована секцией УМС [Введите название секции УМС] «___»____________ 200 г

Председатель [Введите И.О. Фамилия]

Утверждена УС факультета [Введите название факультета] «___»_____________200 г.

Ученый секретарь [Введите И.О. Фамилия] ________________________ [подпись]

Москва, 2013

Настоящая программа не может быть использована другими подразделениями университета и другими вузами без разрешения кафедры-разработчика программы.

1Scope of implementation and normative references

The present program establishes minimum demands of students’ knowledge and skills and determines content of the course, themes of classes and evaluation system.

The present syllabus is aimed for the course’s teachers, their teaching assistants and students of the department 030201.68 ‘Political Science’, master’s program ‘Political Analysis and Public Policy’, specialization "Political Analysis and Public Policy," "Human Rights and Democratic Governance" studying the discipline "Russia in the Western legal thought"

This syllabus meets the standards required by:

  • Educational standards of National Research University Higher School of Economics of Federal Masters’ Degree Program 030200.68 “Political Science”,

  • Master’s program ‘Political Analysis and Public Policy’ of Federal Masters’ Degree Program 030200.68 “Political Science”,

  • Curriculum for the Master degree program 030200.68 "Political Science", the master’s program ‘Political Analysis and Public Policy’, specializations Political Analysis and Public Policy’ and ‘Human Rights and Democratic Governance’ as of 2013.

2Objectives of the course

Objective of the course «Russia in the Western legal thought» is formation and consolidation of students’ knowledge of the Western legal thought: the rule of law, its other distinguishing features and main mechanisms, place of the Russian legal system among legal systems based on this tradition, as well as peculiarities of functioning of the Western legal mechanisms in Russia.

3Student’s competence by the end of the course

As a result of passing the course a student should:

  • Know:

  • history of development of Western legal systems, from the Roman state and legal system in the period of Roman republic declining to the modern Western state, based on the rule of law;

  • key attributes of Western legal systems;

  • different approaches to law, from natural law doctrine to the modern autopoietic theories and “soft law” concept;

  • modern understanding of the rule of law on the basis of ECtHR cases;

  • history of origin and development of the Russian legal system as legal system of Western type

  • place of the Russian legal system among other modern Western legal systems;

  • role of the rule of law in the Russian legal system.

  • Be able to:

  • analyze cases of ECtHR;

  • compare approaches implemented in the modern Russian legal system with approaches of other Western legal systems;

  • analyze jurisprudence doctrine

  • Have skills of:

  • work with political and legal literature;

  • preparation of reports on the given topic, their public presentation and participation in discussion.

As a result of passing the course a student acquires the following competences:

Competence

Code

Descriptors – indicators of learning

Forms and methods of studying, promoting development of competences

Ability to adapt to new situations to re-evaluate experience and to analyze his/her own opportunities

ОК-7

Demonstration of skills to analyze legal cases

Home tasks №1-2

Ability to use profound knowledge of legal and ethical norms to evaluate the outcomes of professional activities, during development and realization of socially important projects

ОК-12

Use the main elements of the rule of law for analyzing cases of ECtHR and CC of the RF

Home tasks №1-2

Ability to prepare, present and defend results of his/her work

ОК-20

Implementation of acquired knowledge to prepare reports

Home tasks №1-2 and essay

Ability and readiness to make researches, reviews, reports and articles professionally (in accordance with the profile of Master's program)

ПК-3 ГОС

Implementation of acquired knowledge to make an article

Essay

4Place of the discipline in the structure of the educational program

    This course is not an obligatory, but the one on the of the student’s choice on the first year of Master Program ‘Political Analysis and Public Policy’ for the specialization ‘Human Rights and Democratic Governance’. The course requires prior knowledge of basics of law, politology, sociology and economics, as well of in human rights.

    Main theses of this course may be further implemented/developed during the following courses:

  • National and international mechanisms of human rights

  • Human Rights in non-Western cultures,

  • Migrants and ethnic minorities

  • Freedom of Expression and Hate Speech

  • Freedom of assembly and mass actions

  • Academic-research seminar “Human Rights Monitoring”.

5Course contents

Section

Hours

Working in class

Home work

Lection

Tutorials

Practice

1

Introduction

6

4

-

4

2

Origins of western legal tradition

25

4

4

13

3

Westphalian system. The rule of law

29

8

4

17

4

Western legal tradition from natural law doctrine to sociological theories of law

29

8

4

17

5

Legal positivism. Law and morality

29

8

4

17

6

Russian legal system – legal system of western type

29

8

4

17

7

Renaissance and disintegration of western legal system in modern Russia

18

4

4

10

8

Modern western political and legal discourse

15

4

2

7

Total

180

48

26

106

6System of students’ grading

Type of grading

Type of work

1 year

Parameters

1

2

3

4

Current

(week)

Essay

8

Presentation in Power Point (15-20 slides) on one of the topics given in p.8.1 of the present program. The work is publicly presented during the tutorial

Home task №1

8

Written analysis of ECtHR case (from the list given in p.8.1 of the program). The work is to be passed in paper during the class or by e-mailing to teacher or teaching assistant

Home task №2

9

Written analysis of a case of one of the RF higher courts (from the list given in p.8.1 of the program). The work is to be passed in paper during the class or by e-mailing to teacher or teaching assistant

Final

Examination

1

Verbal exam on the questions given in p.8.2

6.1Grading criteria – evaluation of knowledge and skills

In his/her 1st home task student should demonstrate:

  • ability to analyze cases of the ECtHR;

  • skills of work with data-search systems if normative documents and work with legal literature.

    In his/her 2nd home task student should demonstrate:

  • ability to analyze cases of the higher courts of the RF, compare approaches implemented in the modern Russian legal system with approaches of other Western legal systems;

  • skills of work with data-search systems if normative documents and work with legal literature.

In his/her essay student should demonstrate:

  • knowledge of history of Western legal systems development, from the Roman state and legal system in the period of Roman republic declining to the modern Western state, based on the rule of law;

  • knowledge of different approaches to law, from natural law doctrine to the modern autopoietic theories and "soft law" concept;

  • history and place of the Russian legal system among other legal systems of Western type, role of the rule of law in the Russian legal system.

  • ability to compare approaches implemented in the modern Russian legal system with approaches of other Western legal systems;

  • skills of work with political and legal literature; preparation of reports on the given topic, their public presentation and participation in discussion.

Students’ work is evaluated by 10-point grading system

7Content of the course

  1. Section 1. Introduction

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Краткое знакомство с курсом. Введение в проблематику дисциплины. Обзор литературы по курсу. Политико-правовая терминология. Краткое знакомство с ЕСПЧ и механизмами его работы. Краткое знакомство с КС РФ и механизмом его работы.

Home work – освоение работы с политико-правовой литературой по курсу, самостоятельное освоение терминологии.

Literature: Berman H. [1], part I, chapter 1, Salvia M. de. [15], Rule of Law in Russia [20], Barenboim P. [30] . Russel B. [32]

  1. Section 2. Origins of the Western legal tradition

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Roman legal system: legis actiones and formulary procedures, praetors’ authority. Corpus Juris Civilis (Code of Justinian) and its perception in Europe as ratio scripto. Multiple legal systems of Medieval Europe. Dialectical logic and “Concordia discordantium canonum” by Gratian. Glossators and compilators. Popes Gregorius V and Innocentius IV, canonical law. Statutory and case law – similarities and differences. Main peculiarities of western legal systems.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for essay.

Literature: Berman H. [1], part I, chapters 2-7, Franciosi D. [15], Gaius. Institutions [22], Monuments of Roman law [23], Law in the medieval world [6], Pleshkov E.V. [15], Вишневский А.А. [7]

  1. Section 3. Westphalian system. The rule of law

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Start of formation of the modern state in the Late Middle Ages. Niccolo Machiavelli. Westphalian Peace Treaty and development of the term “sovereignty”. Jean Bodin and his concept of sovereignty. Origins of international law. State and legal systems, legal monism. The Rule of law and sovereignty.

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

The Rule of law principles: legal clarity and certainty, binding character, adaptation for the changing reality, proportionality of the aims and the means. Right and law. Open texture of legal norms. Law and court. Margin of appreciation and judicial arbitrariness.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for essay.

Literature: Berman H. [1], part II, chapters 8, 14, Fuller Lon [10], Salvia M. de. [15], Rule of Law in Russia [19], Barenboim P. [30], Fetishev D.V. [36] Machiavelli N, Bodin J.

  1. Section 4. Western legal tradition from natural law doctrine to sociological theories of law.

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Natural law: Roman concept accepted by medieval lawyers. Rationalistic natural law of the Enlightenment era. Contract theory of state and legal systems. Criticisms of rationalistic natural law approach.

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Sociological legal theories: German historical school, «living law» of Eugen Ehrlich, and views of Georges Gurvitch, American legal realism. Origins of philosophical and legal positivism.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for essay.

Literature: Hobbes T. [2], Locke J. [3], Montesquieu C. de. [4], Duguit L. [13], Littlefield Neil O., Holmes O., Grotius H. Savigny F.K. von, Ehrlich E., Pound R

  1. Section 5. Legal positivism. Law and morality.

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Legal positivism and its French, German and English varieties. Teleological grounds of positivism (utilitarianism) and its criticism. Positivism substantiation through the Rule of law. Positivism

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Positivism, law and morality, legal positivism and justice. Theory of justice by John Rawls. Legal monism and capacity of the state system.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for essay and 1st home task

Literature: Aaron R., part I, sections 1, 2 and 3, Mill J. [5], Kelsen H. Pure theory of law [12, 13], Duguit L. [13], Hayek A.F. fon, book III, Rawls J. [9], Leoni B. Austin J.

  1. Section 6. Development of the Russian legal system as a system of Western type

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Russian law before Mongol invasion. Russian state formation in XIV – XV centuries. Legal system of the Western type in Russia - The Sobornoye Ulozheniye 1649. Creation and strengthening of the Police state in Russia in the XVII – XVIII centuries. Ideas of Ekaterina II to create “legal monarchy” in Russia.

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

M.M.Speransky’s activities: the rule of law in the project Russian legal system reform, Code of laws of the Russian empire, 1833. Aleskandr II: judicial reform 1864 and the second attempt to implement the rule of law in Russia. Manifesto of October 17, 1905 and constitutional monarchy in Russia: third attempt to implement the rule of law in Russia.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for the 2nd home task

  1. Section 7. Renaissance and disintegration of the Western legal system in modern Russia

Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Constitutional reform in Russia in 1990 - 1993. Development of independent legislative system, constitutional justice: second attempt of law and state separation and implementation of the Rule of law. Necessity in state reinforcement, the Khodorkovsky case. Construction of corporate system of power. Failure of the second attempt to separate law and state.

Tutorial – 4 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for the 2nd home task

Literature: Бондарь Н.С. [20], Морщакова Т.Г. [21], Арановский К.В. [35]

  1. Section 8. Modern western political and legal discourse

    Lecture - 4 hours on the following topics:

Non-positivistic state-centered legal models: political rights of Dworkin, rational legal discourse and method of legal deconstruction. Modern life realias, crisis of rational discourse and denial of legal monism. Autopoietic law theories and development of the “soft law” concept. Plurality of law centers and legal certainty. The rule of law: elaboration of new senses and words of the term

Tutorial – 2 hours on the topics, studied during the lectures.

Home work – to study literature and select materials for the 2nd home task

Literature: Alexy R. Van Dijk [16], Posner R.А. [17], Поляков А. [18], Dworkin

8Current activities and examination

8.1Topics for current types of grading

List of topics for essay:

  1. Origins and development of the Roman legal system

  2. Corpus Juris Civilis: history, structure, contents

  3. Aristotelian vision of state and law in works of St. Augustine the Blessed.

  4. Aristotelian vision of state and law in works of Thomas Aquinas

  5. Secular legal systems of Medieval Europe (city, manorial, royal law)

  6. Canonic law of the “Papal revolution” period (1100 – 1200 AD)

  7. Glossators, compilators and Jus commune in the Late Middle Ages (1200 – 1400 AD)

  8. Formation of the Common law system in England

  9. Natural law in works of Marcus Tullius Cicero

  10. Hugo Grotius and his legal approach

  11. Theory of law by Charles Montesquieu

  12. Theory of law by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. Similarities and differences.

  13. Law and “national spirit” in works of Friedrich Karl von Savigny

  14. Organic theory of Otto Girke and jurisprudence of interests by Rudolth von Jhering

  15. Theory of “living law” by Eugen Ehrlich and views of Georges Gurvitch: similarities and differences.

  16. American “legal realism” in works of Roscoe Pound and Oliver Holmes: similarities and differences

  17. English utilitarianists and their critique by Friedrich von Hayek

  18. French legal positivism in works of Leon Duguit

  19. Positivism of John Austin and Hans Kelsen: similarities and differences

  20. Gerber Hart’s positivism and his critique of Austin and Kelsen

  21. Relations of law and morality in Hart-Fuller’s debates and in works of Gustav Radbruch

  22. Discussion of «The Problem of the Grudge Informer» by Lon Fuller

  23. Theory of justice by John Rawls and intuitive justice theories

  24. Ronald Dworkin and Robert Alexy: similarities and differences

  25. Epoch of Yaroslav the Wise and his “Russian pravda”

  26. Russian state in the times of Ivan the Terrible

  27. Russian state in the Time of Troubles

  28. State system reformation by Aleksey Mikhailovich and Peter the Great

  29. Speransky’s reforms

  30. Development of the state and legal systems of Russia in 1825-1917.

  31. Stolypin’s reforms

  32. Key characteristics of the soviet state-legal system, as incomplete western type system

List of the ECtHR cases for analysis:

  1. Hilda Hafsteinsdóttir versus Iceland

  2. Hashman and Harrup versus the United Kingdom (UK)

  3. Wingrove versus the UK

  4. “Sundy times” versus the UK

  5. Church оf Scientology Moscow versus Russia

  6. Radio Twist versus Slovakia

  7. Pitkevich versus Russia

  8. Nazarov versus Russia

  9. Goodwin versus the UK

  10. Steel and Others versus the United Kingdom

  11. Erkalo versus the Netherlands

  12. D. H. and others versus Czech Republic

  13. Bezimmynniy versus Russia

  14. Dixon versus the UK

  15. E. V. Versus France

  16. Makarenko versus Russia

  17. Uner versus the Netherlands

  18. Krasulya versus Russia

List of the cases of higher courts of the Russian Federation for analysis:

  1. Resolution of the Constitutional Court of the RF, 23.02.1999 №4-П

  2. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 14.05.1999 №8-П

  3. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 04.04.1996 №9-П

  4. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 20.06.2011 №20-П

  5. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 21.12.2005 №13-П (and special opinion of the judge Kononov)

  6. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 18.01.1996 №2-П

  7. Resolution of the CC of the RF, 30.10.2003 №15-П

  8. Definition of the CC of the RF, 01.12.2005 №468-О

  9. Resolution of the Presidium of Supreme Court of the RF, 08.04.2009 №301П08

  10. Definition of the Supreme Court of the RF, 07.05.2009 №КАС09-184.

  11. Resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the RF, 20.02.2007 №13377/06.

  12. Resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the RF, 03.09.1996 №435/96

  13. Resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the RF, 02.02.2010 №14107/09

8.2Questions for examination

  1. Key features of Roman state and legal system in the period of the Republic

  2. Key features of Roman state and legal system in the period of the Empire

  3. History of development of the Corpus Juris Civilis (Code of Justinian) and its reception in Western Europe

  4. Main peculiarities of glossators and compilators’ work on reception of Roman law in Western Europe

  5. Multiple legal systems in Medieval Europe

  6. The role of Papal revolution in occurrence of legal systems of Western type

  7. Origins of canonic law

  8. The rule of law as a result of interaction between secular and canonic law

  9. Key principles of the rule of law

  10. Legal certainty – the first key principle of the rule of law

  11. Proportionality of the limitation of a right or freedom to the aim of this limitation – – the second key principle of the rule of law

  12. Right for a fair trial – the third key principle of the rule of law

  13. Relations between right and law

  14. Division of powers as an outcome of the rule of law

  15. Theory of division of powers by Charles Montesquieu

  16. Peculiarities of individualistic legal system

  17. Contract theory of the law

  18. Views on law of John Locke

  19. “Leviathan” by Thomas Hobbes

  20. Theory of social functions by Leon Duguit

  21. Utilitarianism and common good

  22. “Pure law” theory by Hans Kelsen

  23. Communism as an extreme modification of legal positivism

  24. Justice as fairness by John Rawls

  25. Intuitivist theories of justice

  26. Law & Economics. Public choice theory

  27. Concept of protection of reasonable expectations: Anglo-American legal approach

  28. Communication theory of А.V. Polyakov

  29. Notion of the case law in the European Court of Human Rights

  30. Legal system of the Russian power

  31. Organization of legislative system

  32. The role of high courts in the Russian legal system

  33. Right for fair trial in Russia

  34. Legal certainty and proportionality in Russia

9Grading system of the course

Students' work during tutorials is evaluated for participation in discussions, ability to work out position and defend it via argumentation. Grades for work during tutorials are put in grades-list of the course. Final grade (out of 10 points) is determined before the examination – O tutorials

Home work is evaluated by the following criteria: quality of the material and scope of its study, presentation skills in case it is a public report. Marks for home tasks are put in grades-list of the course. Final grade (out of 10 points) is determined before the examination – О hometasks.

Final grade for current activities is calculated as follows:

Оcurrent = n1· Оessay + n2·ОHt1 + n3·ОHt2

  • In case all three marks are higher than 3 points (satisfactory or better) coefficients n1, n2 and n3 are equivalent to 1/3 each.

  • In case Оessay is lower than 3 (failed), n1·= 1, n2·= 0, n3·= 0

  • In case ОHt1, is lower than 3 (failed), n1·= 0, n2·= 1, n3·= 0

  • In case ОHt2, is lower than 3 (failed), n1·= 0, n2·= 0, n3·= 1

Cumulative grade for the course is calculated as follows:

Оcumulative = k2·Оcurrent + k3·Оhometasks + k4·Оtutorials

Оfinal = 0,4·Оexamination + r1·Оcumulative

  • In case all three marks are higher than 3 points (satisfactory or better), coefficients k2·, k3·и k4 are equivalent to 0,2 each.

  • In case Оcurrent is lower than 3 (failed), k2·= 0,6, k3·= 0 k4 ·= 0

  • In case Оhometasks is lower than 3 (failed), k2·= 0,6, k3·= 0 k4 ·= 0

  • In case Оtutorials is lower than 3 (failed), k2·= 0,6, k3·= 0 k4 ·= 0

During the examination students have no opportunity to get additional points to raise their grade for current activities.

10Literature and technical support of the course

10.1. Basic literature

  1. Aaron R. The development of social thought

  2. Berman Harold J. Law and Revolution: The Formation of the Western Legal Tradition

  3. Duguit L. General Changes in Private Law Since the Code Napoleon

  4. Franciosi D. The Institutional Course of Roman Law

  5. Fuller Lon L. The Morality of Law

  6. Hayek A.F. Law, Legislation and Liberty

  7. Hobbes T. Leviathan

  8. Kelsen H. Pure theory of law

  9. Locke J. Two Treatises of Government

  10. Mill J. St. On Liberty

  11. Montesquieu C. de. On the Spirit of the Laws

  12. Posner R.A. Economic Analysis of Law

  13. Rawls J. Rule of Law in Russia: Issues of Implementation and Practice

  14. Right in the medieval world / Ed. by O.I. Varyash. M., 1996

  15. Rule of Law in Russia: Issues of Implementation and Practice. International Collective Monograph

  16. Salvia M. de. Precedents of the European Court of Human Rights: leading proncip[les of Judicial Practice Relevant to the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Juficial Practice from 1960 to 2002

  17. Teun Van D. Ideology: A Multidisciplinary Approach

  18. Бондарь Н.С. Судебный конституционализм в России в свете конституционного правосудия / Бондарь Н.С. - М.: Норма, 2011.

  19. Вишневский А.А. Каноническое право в Западной Европе. Jus anticuum. Учебное по-собие – М.: Изд-во РУДН, 1994

  20. Морщакова Т.Г. Судебное правоприменение в России: о должном и реальном - М.: Р. Валент, 2010.

  21. Поляков А.В. Общая теория права. Курс лекций - С.-Пб.: Изд-во Юрид. центр Пресс, 2001.

10.2. Additional literature

  1. Alexy R. A Theory of Legal Argumentation: The Theory of Rational Discourse as Theory of Legal Justification

  2. Austin J. The Province of Jurisprudence Determined

  3. Barenboim P. Relationship between Rule of law and Rechtsstaat from the point of view of constitutional economy and property right

  4. Boaz D. Libertarianism: history, principles, politics

  5. Bodin J. Six Books of the Commonwealth

  6. Bodin J, On Sovereignty

  7. Buchanan J., Brennan G. The Reason of Rules: Constitutional Political Economy

  8. Contemporary problems of judicial enforcement: discussion of Polyakov’s monograph

  9. Dworkin R. Taking rights seriously

  10. Ehrlich E. Fundamental Principles of the Sociology of Law

  11. Gaius. Institutions

  12. Grotius H.On the Law of War and Peace

  13. Holmes O. The common law

  14. Justice, political liberalism, and utilitarianism : themes from Harsanyi and Rawls

  15. Leoni B. Freedom and Law

  16. Littlefield Neil О. Eugen Ehrlich's fundamental principles of the sociology of law

  17. Locke J. About the State

  18. Machiavelli N. The Prince

  19. Mill J. Dissertations and Discussions; Political, Philosophical and Historical

  20. Monuments of roman law

  21. Pound R. Jurisprudence

  22. Rawls J. The Priority of Right and Ideas of Good

  23. Rule of law in Russia: issues of implementation, enforcement and practice

  24. Russel B. History of western philosophy and its connection with political and social circumstances from the earliest times to the present day

  25. Savigny F. Karl von. System of Modern Roman Law

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    1. Hand books, dictionaries and encyclopedia

Wikipedia – free encyclopedia

11Equipment

The course requires a computer (laptop) and projector for Power Point presentations. For home work “Consultant Plus” database installed on computers is needed (available in HSE computer classes)



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