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​Stare Decisis

Stare decisis, is an ancient Common Law doctrine; it is usually summed up in the phrase that the like cases should be decided alike.” In simpler times, this meant that the cases, in which the facts were similar, were to have identical legal outcomes. It  is important  to note  in this respect that …

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Criminal Law and its Influence upon Normative Integration
Contents:
Introduction
A. Theory of punishment
B. Psyhological aspect of normative integration
C. Sociological aspect of normative integration
Conclusions and references
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NE BIS IN IDEM
(ZABRANA PONOVNOG SUĐENJA ZA ISTO DELO)
la belle dame sans merci
Boštjan M. Zupančič , Evropski sud za ljudska prava


Glavni problem u vezi sa doktrinom ne bis in idem (u običajnom pravu (Comom
Law): zabrana ponovnog suđenja za isto delo) je da vodi u logički ćorsokak.
Ovaj logički ćorsokak potiče od skrivene osnovne premise, koje učesnici u sudskom
postupku nisu svesni, a odnosi se na nezavisno postojanje „stvari“ per se – praćene
dvema različitim pravnim kvalifikacijama jednog, navodno, krivičnog događaja.
Ovde imamo dijalektički problem. Izgleda da „činjenice“ o

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On Universality of Human Rights
The Constitutional Court of Turkey, 2006
Today it is a cliché to say that the world is becoming ever smaller, ever more intensely interconnected and interdependent due to an ever more intensive division of labour and due to ever more efficient transcontinental exchange of goods and services. To speak of the universality

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On Tolerance
2004: Speech; Promoting Tolerance, Respect for Diversity and Non-Discrimination through Education and Media, Particularly among the Younger Generation
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DROIT CONSTITUTIONNEL ET JURISPRUDENCE

DE LA COUR EUROPÉENNE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME

 

​Cet exposé sur la relation entre le droit constitutionnel et le droit européen des droits de l’homme repose sur quelques prémisses - que je me propose d’expliciter avant de passer à l’examen de la relation elle-même. Commençons par donner une définition fonctionnaliste du  processus juridique général qui  n’est  ni  plus  (ni  moins!)  qu’un processus  de  résolution  de  conflits.  De  ce  point  de  vue,  la  plus  importante  des prémisses de mon raisonnement est ce qui est pour moi un fait empirique, c’est-à-dire la production aujourd’hui par les juridictions constitutionnelles d’une jurisprudence1  qui transcende ouvertement et explicitement la fiction créée au Siècle des lumières d’une complète séparation entre les compétences des pouvoirs législatif et judiciaire.

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'The Disorder of Women': Women, Love,
and the Sense of Justice

Copyright © 1989 by Carole Pateman

In his essay, Politics and the Arts, Rousseau proclaims that 'never has a people perished

from an excess of wine; all perish from the disorder of women'. Rousseau states that

drunkenness is usually the sole failing of otherwise upright, decent men; only the immoral fear the indiscretion that wine will promote. Drunkenness is not the worst of the vices since it makes men stupid rather than evil, and wine turns men away from the other vices so it poses no danger to the polity. In contrast, the 'disorder of women' engenders all the vices and can bring the state to ruin.

Rousseau is not the only social ....

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