It is enough to think of the ius commune of tenth-century continental Europe (not to mention the ius gentium of the Romans) to realise that the concept of law has been undergoing an irreversible process of maturation towards rational universality, at least on the level of ideas, a process which has been particularly intense in the twentieth century. The stage currently reached is best characterised by the three predicates that this book attempt to clarify: supra-statutory law; supra-national law; universally enforceable law.
|Titolo:||Universality of Punishment|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|