Zhu, Mingzhe

Zhu, Mingzhe

ZHU Mingzhe is a Chinese citizen. His dissertation is on The Natural Law Theories in the Development of Civil Law Theories from 1880-1930 in France, under the supervision of Professors Christophe Jamin, Frédéric Audren and Mikhaïl Xifaras. He is now a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley.

He obtained a Master degree in Legal Philosophy from the China University of Political Science and Law, under the supervision of Professor SHU Guoying.

ZHU Mingzhe is a member of the British branch of the Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (IVR).

He taught an introductory class of international law in Sciences Po. He was also a teaching assistant of Professor Papadopoulos (philosophy of law) and of Professor Gontier (comparative law).

Publications : 

Selected Publications:

  • Jun 2013: "The Laicisation of Natural Law Theories: a political history in Belle Époque", Tsinghua Review of Historical Law School ;
  • Jun 2010: "Claude Lefort's Theory of Social Imagination and Its Influence on Understanding Legal Theories", Law Review of Beijing Institute of Technology
  • Jun 2010: "Tension between Freedom and Rationality in Weberian Theory of Bureaucracy", Law Review of China University of Political Science and Law
  • Jun 2010: "On J. G. A. Pocock's Methodology to study the History of Theory", Chang-yang Law Review (Remin University of China)
  • Dec 2009: "Constitutional Problem in Who We Are", World Affair
  • Jun 2008: "Religions, Patriotism and Constitution", Law Review of China University of Political Science and Law
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