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Author: Mikhail Antonov

the rf Constitutional Court, is rather ambiguous about this question and suggests a negative response. Similar problems exist in other countries with a relatively strong influence of religious traditions on social life and mindsets. While adhering to international standards for the protection of

In: Formalism, Decisionism and Conservatism in Russian Law

life. We might call to mind Hegel’s quote included in numerous of his writings: “When a father inquired about the best method of educating his son in ethical conduct, a Pythagorean replied: ‘Make him a citizen of a state with good laws’” ( PR , § 153, 160). The contradictions arising thereof are well

In: An Ethical Modernity?
Author: Paul Cobben

the ancient Greeks, Hegel reconstructs European history as a necessary process in which the conditions for the adequate form of ethical life are developed. Can this historical process be conceived of as a format for the development of the child? In the polis, the real individual is a living being

In: An Ethical Modernity?
Author: Vincent Luizzi

dogs, get up with fleas.—Blackfoot • In age, talk; in childhood, tears.—Hopi • We always return to our first loves.—Tribe Unknown • What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses

In: Appeal to the People's Court

the rate of sexual reproduction, the F-problem is exacerbated. Regarding the seriousness of a set of problems, the F-problem stands uncouthly for the “fucking problem” or the “sexual intercourse motivated and fertilization-related problem,” which is the apex of the set of problems discussed whenever

In: Beyond Legal Minds

impatience culminates in a war-ready society of reactionaries. Reactionaries agree with their leaders’ resultantly violent political decisions. They react aggressively against outspoken and oppositional citizens. People living in a society under attack are desperate. They feel motivated to decrease

In: Beyond Legal Minds

categorized by most of the society as “illegal.” For instance, the elderly in homes for assisted living believe that sharing prescription medicines is legal, although it is illegal. As a result, the group has inherent disadvantages. They may begin to depend on the exchanges, or they may be fined for their

In: Beyond Legal Minds

that the belief in a just world correlates with preferences for a major political party, religiousness, and wellbeing in respect to life satisfaction, emotions, and mood levels. “The law” is elaborately, but only partially, defined as an intricate system and institution because the law

In: Beyond Legal Minds

these terms experience agony and fury to a degree that would be difficult to produce by physical pain and minor injury. The reassurance of the focus and duty of legal systems to be fair and just is crucial, especially when people perceive that their standards of living are decreasing in relation to

In: Beyond Legal Minds
Authors: Adam Poulsen and Anwaar Ulhaq

development on a large scale. Google has established a life-sciences division fully dedicated to the development of novel technologies in healthcare. In this chapter, we consider two important types of smart health technologies: (1) Ambient Intelligence (AmI) and (ii) Care Robotics. These two smart health

In: Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights