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In preparation of the 30th biennial World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, that will take place in Bucharest at DCCU, in 2022, we have partnered with the esteemed Association in order to develop a fruitful scientific approach on law, philosophy, social study and their intersection.

This International Conference aims at reuniting eminent researchers in all academic fields, with a particular focus on law, social philosophy and the philosophy of law. The event is dedicated to G.W.F. Hegel and John Rawls, celebrating 200 years of Hegel’s formidable Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts, the centennial of John Rawls's birth and the 50th anniversary of his Theory of Justice.
We are very pleased to announce the participation of Professor Matthias Mahlmann, President of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy and of Professor Mortimer Sellers, former President of the International Association.

The Rule of Law foundation entails a complex historical process, encountering both achievement and hindrance, with strong particular accents based on the social, political and cultural factors of each country. It is a process in which social actions should be oriented towards authenticity, moral soundness and civil exigencies. It should also set up a democratic environment, while strengthening state responsibility, of efficient controlling means, of a coherent and stable law order, of strict promotion of lawfulness and constitutionality principles, to the cardinal axiological landmark of human metamorphosis.

The event is addressed to professors, researchers and experts, focusing on law and social sciences, while interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary outlooks are particularly welcomed. Following peer-review process, papers are to be published in Cogito – Multidisciplinary Research Journal (included in SCOPUS, BDI EBSCO, PROQUEST, CEEOL, INDEX COPERNICUS).