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    Würzburg Centre for Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence (SOCAI)

    Director

    Dr. David Roth-Isigkeit

    Leitung
    Zentrum für Soziale Implikationen künstlicher Intelligenz (SOCAI)
    Domerschulstraße 16
    97070 Würzburg
    Deutschland
    Building: Alte Universität

    Studies of law at the Universities of Muenster and Heidelberg (Erste Juristische Staatsprüfung, 2011), of International Affairs at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva (M. A., 2013. Thesis on conflicts of jurisdiction in situations of overlap between multiple legal systems), and of philosophy at Goethe University Frankfurt / Main (M. A., 2016. Thesis on contractualist models of legal normativity). Fellow of the German National Academic Merit Foundation. Doctorate in law at Goethe University Frankfurt / Main (2016). Doctoral thesis on conceptions of law beyond the state and their implications on the rule of law. Legal clerkship at district court Frankfurt / Main and the German Federal Foreign Office, Berlin (Zweite Juristische Staatsprüfung 2019). Since 2019 leader of a research group in the field of the law of AI and the interdisciplinary SOCAI Centre for Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence at JMU Würzburg.

     

    Monography

    • 2018
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2018)The Plurality Trilemma - A Geometry of Global Legal Thought (Palgrave Macmillan).
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    Edited Volume (Hrsg.)

    • 2017
       
      • Kadelbach, Stefan; Kleinlein, Thomas; Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)System, Order and International Law – The Early History of International Legal Thought from Machiavelli to Hegel (Oxford University Press). ​​​​​​
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    • 2016
       
      • Backhaus, Katia Henriette; Roth-Isigkeit, David (2016)Praktiken der Kritik. Normative Orders Bd. 17 (campus Verlag).
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    Book chapter

    • 2017
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)Niccolò Machiavelli's International Legal Thought – Culture, Contingency and Construction, in: Stefan Kadelbach/Thomas Kleinlein/David Roth-Isigkeit (eds.), System, Order and International Law – The Early History of International Legal Thought (Oxford University Press), pp. 19-37. 
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      • Kadelbach, Stefan; Kleinlein, Thomas; Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)Introduction, in: Stefan Kadelbach/Thomas Kleinlein/David Roth-Isigkeit (eds.), System, Order and International Law – The Early History of International Legal Thought (Oxford University Press), pp. 1-16.
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    • 2016
       
      • Backhaus, Katia Henriette; Roth-Isigkeit, David (2016)Einleitung: Perspektiven auf Praktiken der Kritik, in Katia Henriette Backhaus / David Roth-Isigkeit (eds.), Praktiken der Kritik (campus Verlag), pp. 7-25.
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    • 2015
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2015)Der Kampf des Rechts um seine Form: Drei Krisen des Globalen Verfassungsprojekts, in: Jonathan Bauerschmidt et al. (eds.), Konstitutionalisierung in Zeiten globaler Krisen (Nomos), pp. 45-70.
    • 2012
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2012)Konstitutionalisierung des Internationalen Menschenrechtsschutzes, in Bardo Fassbender / Angelika Siehr (eds.), Suprastaatliche Konstitutionalisierung (Nomos), pp. 185-214. 

     

    Article

    • 2017
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)Was ist Rechtsdenken? - Beobachtungen des Rechts der multipolaren Gesellschaft zwischen Wissenschaft und Politik, Ad Legendum No.4 (2017), pp. 265-272. 
         
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)The Blinkered Discipline?! Martti Koskenniemi and Interdisciplinary Approaches to International Law, 9 International Theory (2017), pp. 410-435.
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      • Kadelbach, Stefan; Roth-Isigkeit, David (2017)The Right to Invoke Rights as a limit to Sovereignty - Security Interests, State of Emergency and Review of UN Sanctions by Domestic Courts under the European Convention of Human Rights, 86 (3) Nordic Journal of International Law (2017), pp. 275-301.
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    • 2016
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2016)Konvergenz und regulative Funktion: Parfit über moralischen Fortschritt, 3 Zeitschrift für praktische Philosophie No. 2, pp. 255-286.
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      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2016)The Grammar(s) of Global Law, 99 Critical Quarterly No. 3 (Kritische Vierteljahreszeitschrift), pp. 175-186.
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      • Roth-Isigkeit, David; Avbelj, Matej (2016)The UN, the EU, and the Kadi Case: A New Appeal for Genuine Institutional Cooperation, 17 German Law Journal No. 2 (2016), pp. 153-178.
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    • 2014
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2014)Promises and Perils of Legal Argument - A Discursive Approach to Normative Conflict Between Legal Orders, Revue Belge de Droit International No. 2 (2014), pp. 508-527.
         
    • 2012
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2012)Die General Comments des Menschenrechtsausschusses der Vereinten Nationen – ein Beitrag zur Rechtsentwicklung im Völkerrecht, MenschenRechtsMagazin 2/2012, pp. 196-210. 
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    Review

    • 2016
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2016)The Thin Justice of International Law, 27 European Journal of International Law No. 4 (2016),
        pp. 1169-1173.
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    • 2014
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2014)The Project of Positivism in International Law, 25 European Journal of International Law No. 2 (2014), pp. 602-605. Link to full text
         
    • 2013
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David (2013)Conceptualising Inequalities? The Politics of Hegemony and the Choice of International Law (review essay), 4 Transnational Legal Theory No. 3 (2013), pp. 452-455. 

     

    Working paper

    • 2016
       
      • Roth-Isigkeit, David; Otten, Julia; Avbelj, Matej; Schmalz, Dana; Kleinlein, Thomas (2016)The Grammar of Global Law. Working Paper Series of the Cluster of Excellence ‘The Formation of Normative Orders’ 01/ 2016. 
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    • “A right to invoke rights – How the ECHR balances sovereignty and individual rights” - ICON-S Inaugural Conference, 28. März 2019, Humboldt Universität, Berlin
       
    • Würzburger Kellergespräche, Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema “Künstliche Intelligenz -  Fluch oder Segen?, 24. April 2019, Max-Stern Keller Würzburg.
       
    • „A geometrical approach to Global Legal Thought“, IVR workshop, “Globalization as a challenge for Legal Philosophy,” 8. Juli 2019, Luzern (Schweiz). 
       
    • “Democratic approaches to Global Law,” IVR workshop, “Democracy and Globalization,” 11 July 2019, Lucerz (Schweiz).
       
    • Sommerakademie „Soziale Implikationen künstlicher Intelligenz,” Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Rot an der Rot, 12.-24. August 2019.
       
    • “Hardware Innovation und Digitale Transformation,“ Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Rot an der Rot, 14. August 2019.
       
    • “Staatshaftungsrechtliche Fragen der automatisierten Verwaltung,“ Tagung „Haftung für künstliche Intelligenz,“ Würzburg, 20. August 2019
       
    • “Cybersecurity and AI in Germany,” Tagung “Artificial Intelligence and Law,” Würzburg, 28. August 2019. 
       
    • “The use of AI in legal science,” Artificial Intelligence and the Scientific Method, ETH Zürich, 26.-27. September 2019.
       
    • “Reasoning, justification and causality: How to overcome the black box problem in the automation of administrative decision-making?”, Conference on Law and Artificial Intelligence, Tel Aviv University, 17. November 2019.
       
    • „Digitale Transformation und die neue soziale Frage,“ Heidelberger Symposium „(Un)Ruhe bewahren, 15. Mai 2020.