The authors of "Globalization of Law. The Role of Human Dignity" want to address the challenges and problems arising from current globalization processes in the realm of legal regulation. Some of these problems are philosophical ...
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The authors of "Globalization of Law. The Role of Human Dignity" want to address the challenges and problems arising from current globalization processes in the realm of legal regulation. Some of these problems are philosophical and theoretical in nature, some are utterly practical.
The distinct feature of this volume is philosophical consensus among the authors contributing to the present volume. This consensus is built around dignity of a human person and its legal relevance in an increasingly globalized world. It is the person endowed with inherent dignity, seen from the various angles, that encapsulates the hopes for solutions to problems arising from the phenomena referred to as globalization of law.
1ª part. Theory, concepts, methods
Chapter 1. A global law for a global community, Rafael Domingo
Chapter 2. The origin and characteristics of the concept of a person, Marcin Romanowski
Chapter 3. Dignity's role in legal reasoning, Maciej Dybowski
Chapter 4. Subsidiarity, human rights and judicial activism: the role of courts, Fernando Simón Yarza
Chapter 5. Global law vs. International law- false enemies?, Piots Szwedo
Chapter 6. Global normative discourse in the context of anthroparchic approach to law, Aneta Jakubiak-Mironczuk
Chapter 7. Legal traceability method (LTM): search for meaning in global law context, Francisco B. López-Jurado
2ª part. Problems, cases, challenges
Chapter 8. Human dignity and fundamental rights as determinants of the European union's external activity in the globalized world, Radoslaw Kolatek
Chapter 9. Subsidiarity as inspiration- a proposal on EU cooperative execution, Joseba Fernández Gaztea
Chapter 10. Human rights and technological discrimination: the role of human dignity in the case of algorithmic discrimination, Juan Carlos Hernández
Chapter 11. Enforcing human rights through civil litigation in a globalizing world, Alberto Muñoz Fernández and Nicolás Zambrana Tévar
Chapter 12. Liberty and religious freedom: a "tocquevilliean" perspective, Rafael D. García Pérez
Chapter 13. The public good of human security in a global context. Some remarks, Karol Dobvzeniecki
|Autor||Maciej Dybowski y Rafael García Pérez|
|Fecha de edición||1ª edición Junio 2018|