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Author: María Casado

a zeal and dedication that deserve the gratitude of the entire academic community. The decision to co-author this text was motivated by the fact that we have been good friends for years and consequently share many personal, intellectual, and scholarly interests. It has been a long time since our

In: Challenges to Legal Theory

, distinctive personality is made easier when a person lives in a truly free society , receives a free education , and is governed by a liberal state. Sociality, on the other hand, is largely imposed by the mere fact of living with others in a society, liberal or not. It is impossible to live in any

In: Challenges to Legal Theory

We can understand to what point his personal life infuses his written work, meaning its content is a mirror of the daily facts of his existence. To begin with, based on a biography written in 1709, it appears that Shakespeare left his native city of Stratford because of a legal problem. Moreover, he

In: Challenges to Legal Theory

arbitrate issues) does not seem acceptable to me, I do think that preliminary philosophical reflection can significantly enhance the subsequent development of norms. Decisions to be made in the immediate future, whether individual or collective, should be motivated by a desire to improve people’s rights and

In: Challenges to Legal Theory

early days of modernity, albeit in two different senses: liberal equality and social equality. The former was based on the ideas of individual accountability and freedom and extended to every sphere of life, particularly those related to economic activities in a market setting. With freedom came the

In: Challenges to Legal Theory

finding that information upon a search relating to the [plaintiff’s] name.” 43 At the same time, the Court recognized the need for exceptions to this rule “if it appeared, for particular reasons, such as the role played by the [plaintiff] in public life, that the interference with his fundamental rights

In: Cross-Border Infringement of Personality Rights via the Internet
Author: Linda C. Reif

protection of fundamental rights in other situations.” 37 In addition to preventing forced disappearances, the Court has found habeus corpus actions optimal for protecting liberty, respect for life and personal integrity, and preventing uncertainty over where an individual is detained. 38 A number of

In: Ombuds Institutions, Good Governance and the International Human Rights System
Author: Joseph Powderly

motionless, but for the occasional domestic jolt, since the heady days of Nuremberg. Part of their task then can be simply put: restore energy and life to international criminal law. In approaching such a task – logically, given the absence of the right to expressly ‘make’ substantive law – there was only

In: Judges and the Making of International Criminal Law

to provide, in cooperation with their concerned counterparts, different forms of social support for persons with mental sicknesses or retardation. Such services ought to develop skills for independent life, help to motivate families and organizations to offer assistance to those persons and grant

In: European Journal of Health Law
Author: Aart Hendriks

in and outside France. 11 The decision was seen by opponents of wrongful life claims as an attack on human dignity. It was argued that the decision made a distinction between lives that merit living and those which don’t. These concerns were shared by French Parliament that amended the Loi relative

In: European Journal of Health Law