Zanda, Stefania (2018) Il Punto cieco del diritto: a proposito di Salvatore Satta e Salvatore Mannuzzu. Doctoral Thesis.
The Law is in crisis because it can no longer find a common ground. Economics, media and political power try to influence it. This is why the laws risk to move away from the needs of the people. For this reason some scholars have begun to approach the study of law using literature. The aim of this PhD dissersation is to create a taxonomy of the different approaches of the Law & Literature method, with particular attention to the ethical setting of academics such as François Ost and Martha Nussbaum. After this theoretical introduction, the study continues with the analysis of the works of two Sardinian writers: Salvatore Satta and Salvatore Mannuzzu. Both of them were writers and jurists. It was important to deepen their narrative works in light of their legal convictions. Satta was in fact a refined theoretician of law, one among the influential scholars of the civil trial and also the author of one of the greatest books of Italian literature of the twentieth century, Il giorno del giudizio (The Day of Judgment). Mannuzzu was a judge involved in the daily life of the trial; he presided over government investigations and was also a prolific writer. Are the interactions between the two vocations useful for better understanding justice and their literature?
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