I. THE LEGAL SYSTEM, FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL STATE
1.1. Rule of law and Constitutional State
1.2. Constitutionalism as a paradigm for the Philosophy of Law
1.3. The legal system of the Constitutional State
1.4. Constitutional State and normative production
1.5. Tensions of the constitutionalism
2. CONCEPTIONS OF LAW AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
2.1. Natural law, positivism and theories of fundamental rights.
2.2. Principlist theories and fundamental rights
2.3. Positivist theories and fundamental rights
2.4. Mixed systems and fundamental rights.
2.5. Critical theories and fundamental rights
3. LEGAL INTERPRETATION AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
3.1. Theories of legal interpretation
3.2. The projection of the rights in the legal interpretation
3.3. The specificity of the interpretation of fundamental rights.
3.4. The valid and correct interpretation of fundamental rights.
3.5. Fundamental rights, legal reasoning and due process.