Our authors

Our Books
More than 500 authors
from all continents.

Historical Origins of International Criminal Law
Historical Origins of
International Criminal Law

Our Books
Philosophical Foundations of
International Criminal Law

Policy Brief Series

Our Books
Concise policy briefs on policy challenges in international law.

Our Books
Research on quality
control in fact-work.

Our Chinese and Indian authors

Our Books
TOAEP has published dozens of Chinese and Indian authors.

Our Books
Art and the ‘politics
of reconciliation’.

Twitter

Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law

Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law
New Delhi, 25-26 August 2017

In the table below, you find podcasts from CILRAP’s conference on ‘Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law’ in New Delhi on 25-26 August 2017. This conference was part of CILRAP’s research project on theory of international law.

Podcast Feed

Justice Madan B. Lokur, Opening Remarks at Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Honourable Mr. Justice Madan B. Lokur (Supreme Court of India)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 16:03

Martin Ney, Opening remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Ambassador Dr. Martin Ney (German Embassy in Delhi)

Topic: Opening remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 08:11

Narinder Singh, Speech on the Occasion of the 2017 M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award2017-08-25

Speaker: Ambassador Narinder Singh (former Chairman of the UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Speech on the Occasion of the 2017 M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 09:20

Morten Bergsmo, On the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law Project2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP, Peking University)

Topic: On the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law Project

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:41

William David Baragwanath, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge William David Baragwanath (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 15:40

Hanne Sophie Greve, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 05:02

Surinder Kaur Verma, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Surinder Kaur Verma (Secretary-General, Indian Society of International Law)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 08:16

Emiliano J. Buis, The Platonic Theory of Punishment and its Contribution to the Philosophical Development of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Emiliano J. Buis (University of Buenos Aires)

Topic: The Platonic Theory of Punishment and its Contribution to the Philosophical Development of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 19:26

Pedro Lopez Barja de Quiroga, The Ciceronian Foundations of Modern ‘Feindstrafrecht’2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Pedro Lopez Barja de Quiroga (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)

Topic: The Ciceronian Foundations of Modern ‘Feindstrafrecht’

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:28

Kaius Tuori, Roman Jurists and the Idea of International Criminal Responsibility: Ulpian and the ‘Cosmopolis’2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki)

Topic: Roman Jurists and the Idea of International Criminal Responsibility: Ulpian and the ‘Cosmopolis’

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:23

Hanne Sophie Greve, The Foundations of International Criminal Law and the Writings of Ambrose, Augustine, Aquinas, Vitoria and Suarez2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Dr. juris. Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: The Foundations of International Criminal Law and the Writings of Ambrose, Augustine, Aquinas, Vitoria and Suarez

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:59

Pablo Kalmanovitz, Hugo Grotius on Punishment, War, and the Difference Sovereignty Makes2017-08-25

Speaker: Research Professor Pablo Kalmanovitz (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

Topic: Hugo Grotius on Punishment, War, and the Difference Sovereignty Makes

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:06

Kirsten Sellars, The Duty of Allegiance – Hobbesian Themes at the Red Fort Trial and the Tokyo Tribunal2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Kirsten Sellars (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: The Duty of Allegiance: Hobbesian Themes at the Red Fort Trial and the Tokyo Tribunal

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:09

Daniel N. Clay, An Analysis of Lockean Philosophy in the Historical and Modern Contexts of the Development of and the Jurisdictional Restraints Imposed by the Statute of the International Criminal Court2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Daniel N. Clay (Elmira College)

Topic: An Analysis of Lockean Philosophy in the Historical and Modern Contexts of the Development of and the Jurisdictional Restraints Imposed by the Statute of the ICC

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:59

Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, Punishment and Universal Jurisdiction in Emer de Vattel’s Law of Nations2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina (University of Zurich)

Topic: Punishment and Universal Jurisdiction in Emer de Vattel’s Law of Nations

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 16:22

Alexander Heinze, Kant, Cosmopolitan Law and the Rome Statute as a Constitution2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Alexander Heinze (Georg-August Universität Göttingen)

Topic: Kant, Cosmopolitan Law and the Rome Statute as a Constitution

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:02

Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal, Jeremy Bentham’s Legacy: A Vision of an International Law for the Greatest Happiness of All Nations2017-08-25

Speaker: Mr. Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal (Norwegian Helsinki Committee)

Topic: Jeremy Bentham’s Legacy: A Vision of an International Law for the Greatest Happiness of All Nations

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:55

Abraham Joseph, Gandhism and International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Abraham Joseph (Ansal University)

Topic: Gandhism and International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:38

Jaroslav Větrovský, Mens Rea, Behaviourism, and Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Psychology2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Jaroslav Větrovský (Pan-European University, Bratislava)

Topic: Mens Rea, Behaviourism, and Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Psychology

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:29

Djordje Djordjevic, Arendt on Prevention and Guarantees of Non-Recurrence2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Djordje Djordjevic (United Nations Development Programme)

Topic: Arendt on Prevention and Guarantees of Non-Recurrence

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 26:30

Gregory S. Gordon, Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Gregory S. Gordon (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:53

Christoph Burchard, Normative Openness: Coming to Terms with Normative Pluralism and Fragmentation in International Criminal Justice2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Christoph Burchard (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)

Topic: Normative Openness: Coming to Terms with Normative Pluralism and Fragmentation in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:58

Christopher Mahony, Sovereignty in International Criminal Law’s Philosophical Foundations2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Mahony (CILRAP Research Fellow)

Topic: Sovereignty in International Criminal Law’s Philosophical Foundations

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:35

Juan Paulo Branco Lopez, Hobbes and the International Criminal Court: Towards a Global Social Contract?2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Juan Paulo Branco Lopez

Topic: Hobbes and the International Criminal Court: Towards a Global Social Contract?

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:20

Milinda Banerjee, Towards Global Criminal Justice?2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Milinda Banerjee (Presidency University, Kolkata; LMU Research Fellow)

Topic: Towards Global Criminal Justice?

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:07

Javier Dondé Matute, International Criminal Responsibility as a Foundational Principle of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Javier Dondé Matute (National Institute of Penal Sciences (INACIPE), Mexico City)

Topic: International Criminal Responsibility as a Foundational Principle of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:18

CHAO Yi, The Concept of International Criminal Responsibility for Individuals and the Foundational Transformation of International Law2017-08-25

Speaker: CHAO Yi (McGill University Faculty of Law)

Topic: The Concept of International Criminal Responsibility for Individuals and the Foundational Transformation of International Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 14:53

Barrie Sander, A Critical Account of Justificatory Theories of Punishment in the International Criminal Context2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Barrie Sander (FGV Direito Rio)

Topic: A Critical Account of Justificatory Theories of Punishment in the International Criminal Context

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:05

Maxim A. Pensky, Impunity: A Philosophical Analysis2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Maxim A. Pensky (Binghamton University)

Topic: Impunity: A Philosophical Analysis

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:31

Shannon Fyfe, Truth, Testimony and Epistemic Injustice in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Shannon Fyfe (Vanderbilt University)

Topic: Truth, Testimony and Epistemic Injustice in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 17:45

Ioanna N. Anastasopoulou, Collective Rechtsgüter and International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Ioanna N. Anastasopoulou (University of Athens)

Topic: Collective Rechtsgüter and International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:48

SONG Tianying, Legal Goods Protected by War Crimes2017-08-25

Speaker: SONG Tianying (European University Institute)

Topic: Legal Goods Protected by War Crimes

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 17:29

Susan R. Lamb, The Legal Good of ‘Humanity’ Protected by Crimes Against Humanity2017-08-25

Speaker: Susan R. Lamb (Deakin Law School)

Topic: The Legal Good of ‘Humanity’ Protected by Crimes Against Humanity

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:57

Morten Bergsmo, On Legally Protected Interests in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP, Peking University)

Topic: On Legally Protected Interests in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:30

William David Baragwanath, ‘Reconciliation’ as a Philosophical Foundational Concept in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge William David Baragwanath (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: ‘Reconciliation’ as a Philosophical Foundational Concept in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:03

Salim A. Nakhjavani, On ‘Unity’ as an Emerging Legal Good in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Salim A. Nakhjavani (University of the Witwatersrand)

Topic: On ‘Unity’ as an Emerging Legal Good in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 30:07

Surabhi Sharma, ‘Humanity’ and ‘Unity’: Indian Thought and Collective Legal Goods Protected by International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Surabhi Sharma (Symbiosis Law School, Pune)

Topic: ‘Humanity’ and ‘Unity’: Indian Thought and Collective Legal Goods Protected by International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:14

Kafayat Motilewa Quadri, Communitarianism and ‘Unity’: Forging a Modern African Perspective on ‘Unity’ as a Collective Legal Good in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Kafayat Motilewa Quadri (Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of Lagos)

Topic: Communitarianism and ‘Unity’: Forging a Modern African Perspective on ‘Unity’ as a Collective Legal Good in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 24:45

William David Baragwanath, Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge William David Baragwanath (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 03:18

Hanne Sophie Greve, Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Dr. juris. Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 04:20

Gregory S. Gordon, Closing Remarks at PFICL Conference in Delhi2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Gregory S. Gordon (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: Closing Remarks at PFICL Conference in Delhi

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:14

Lexsitus

Lexsitus logo

CILRAP Film

CMN Knowledge Hub

CMN Knowledge Hub
Online services to help
your work and research.

CILRAP Conversations

Our Books
CILRAP Conversations
on World Order

M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award

M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award

CILRAP Podcast

CILRAP Podcast