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Zellen, Wellen, Systeme
The history of systems theory does not start with the rise of cybernetics in the post-war 20th century. It rather took off in the late 19th century's now largely forgotten organismic sociology. Authors like Talcott Parsons ...
Computerkriminalität im Europäischen Strafrecht
Combatting computer crime requires transnational co-operation between law enforcement agencies as well as the harmonisation of criminal law. Adrian Haase assesses existing EU directives regarding cybercrime, and develops ...
Reformation und Säkularisierung
The Reformation was essentially a religious renewal of Christianity in Europe. As such, it has contributed decisively, along with the Renaissance and humanism, to the formation of a secular modernity. What exactly was this ...
Der Abschreckungseffekt auf die Grundrechtsausübung
Julian Staben examines chilling effects, framed as deterrence-based lines of argument, in the jurisprudence of the Bundesverfassungsgericht (German Federal Constitutional Court) and compares them with the jurisprudence of ...
Die Christologie der Pastoralbriefe
Was the author of the Pastoral Epistles only a purveyor of other men's Christology? Or is the Christology of the Pastorals the author's own? Does this Christology fall back on a level below Pauline Christology or does it ...