Jiří Přibáň

Jiří Přibáň at ''A Night of Philosophy'' in Prague (2016) Jiří Přibáň (born 25 August 1967 in Prague) is a Czech academic, author, translator and essayist specializing in the areas of philosophy of law, sociology and politology. He was promoted to a professorship at the Charles University in Prague in 2002. During his career, he published several books. He regularly appears as a political commentator in the mainstream Czech media, such as Czech Television, Hospodářské noviny, and Právo. He also contributed to Journal of Law and Society and to the BBC World Service. He was a member of the Program Council of the Forum 2000 conference.

Přibáň graduated from Charles University in Prague in 1989 and joined Cardiff Law School staff in 2001. He is noted for applying ideas of Niklas Luhmann's system theory on philosophy of law.

In February, 2013, he refused the offer of the President Miloš Zeman to become a constitutional judge. Provided by Wikipedia
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