The icj and the ecj: two courts in europeThe icj and the ecj: two courts in europe
Luxembourg and Strasbourg has been well explored, and has developed over the years. The major issue today seems to be one of the coherence of human rights protection in Europe, an issue addressed with knowledge
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Citizenship of the union: towards post-national membership? Josephine ShawCitizenship of the union: towards post-national membership? Josephine Shaw
But in terms of its translation into rights and privileges, it is no longer a significant construction. Thus the universalistic status of personhood and postnational elements of membership coexist with assertive national identities and intense
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The enigmatic but unique nature of the israeli legal systemThe enigmatic but unique nature of the israeli legal system
Israeli Supreme Court. The article examines the constitutionalisation of the public and private law sphere in section 6 and 7 respectively
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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
European Law of Religion – organizational and institutional analysis of national systems and their implications for the future European Integration Process
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Jewish Life in Eastern Hungary during the 18th Century by George ArnsteinJewish Life in Eastern Hungary during the 18th Century by George Arnstein
Century by Dr. Andreas Sas, in Juedisches Archiv 2, issue 1-2, Oct. Dec. 1928, includes some interesting references and demonstrates how the Jews were treated in eastern Hungary during the 18th century
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An Electronic Law JournalAn Electronic Law Journal
Citation: Meszaros, G, ‘The mst and the Rule of Law in Brazil’, 2007
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Culture and Ethics: a comparison Between Japan & the usa gary Nobles, University of Texas at Dallas abstract purposeCulture and Ethics: a comparison Between Japan & the usa gary Nobles, University of Texas at Dallas abstract purpose
This research paper will also attempt to help the reader understand ways to improve their performance as an expatriate
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The Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. WeilerThe Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. Weiler
Director of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
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[Publikováno v 58 (1) American Journal of Comparative Law[Publikováno v 58 (1) American Journal of Comparative Law
Publikováno v 58 (1) American Journal of Comparative Law 209 – 213; Copyright (c) 2010 The American Society of Comparative Law, Inc.]
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Gurutz JáureguiGurutz Jáuregui
I do not aim to question the usefulness and intrinsic validity of states, but the process of essentialism, timelessness and canonisation to which they have been, and are still being, subjected in political thought
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I. Introduction: Europe’s Fateful ChoiceI. Introduction: Europe’s Fateful Choice
Dan Elazar, Europe is already a federalism. The federal principle, he rightly explained, should not be confused with its specific manifestation in the federal state. 1 Echoing the same thought, Pescatore, the Marshall of European Law
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Introduction 1 MarxismIntroduction 1 Marxism
Law, Religion, Art, Morality and Literature are the opium of the masses, a mere construct devised by the bourgeois class to subjugate the proletariat” – Karl Marx
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All abstruse reasoningAll abstruse reasoning
Morality and ethics can never be achieved via reasoning or logical deduction from truth claims as such constructions lack any ability to compel or incentivize action. David Hume1 explains
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