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violate the European Convention on Human Rights. The victory before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in the Lautsi judgment of a variegated coalition of actors ranging from the strong alliance between the Vati- can and the Italian Government to the Russia of the New Orthodoxy as

In: The International Journal of the Platonic Tradition

medical law and ethics. Combined with the emphasis on quality of life, autonomy results, Keown argues, in an instability of the law at the end of life. Proposals, whether adopted as in the Netherlands and Oregon, or merely contemplated, as in Britain and the European Court of Human Rights, to relax laws

In: Journal of Moral Philosophy

in 1892. Although international law has changed over time to become more accommodating to refugees and asylum-seekers, states and international law continue to affirm the core elements of the above view. For example, in 2005 the European Court of Human Rights argued that: “[a]s a matter of well

In: Journal of Moral Philosophy

be the subject of debate. Dennis Thompson refers to this as ‘partial secrecy’ (Thompson, Dennis F. 1999. Democratic Secrecy. Political Science Quarterly 114: 181–193). 43 Examples include the case law of the European Court of Human Rights ( EC t HR ) (e.g., EC t HR (Grand Chamber). Guja v

In: Journal of Moral Philosophy