Abstract: Taking into account the current revitalization of the concept of fraternity in the field of Social Sciences, this paper deals with the delimitations of such a concept and whether fraternity constitutes, besides a moral and philosophical principle, also a political and legal operating principle. It compares the significance and the dimensions of fraternity with solidarity, and then explores the implications […]
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Abstract: This article offers some theoretical constructs that allow the elaboration of a deeper understanding of Fraternity, Law and Transnationality. It seeks, through its approach to these three issues, to encourage the study of Fraternity, so that it is possible to identify the same logic at the roots of both Politics and Law. In this way it hopes to contribute to […]
Abstract: The publication of a wide-ranging collection of the writings of Vittorio Bachelet gives the opportunity to examine attentively, but with humility, the role that a principle like fraternity has had in the life and work of this great expert in law who was killed be the Red Brigade. From Bachelet’s articles written as a student to the re ections of […]
"Bullying nas escolas: a necessária atuação do dereito da criança e do adolescente com vistas à promoção de uma cultura fraterna"
Abstract: The analysis of the phenomenon of bullying, on the basis of the teaching of Integral Protection, which is the matrix for the Children and Adolescent Law, as well as Fraternal Law, implies a differentiated perspective on that issue, so as not to risk simply criminalizing it. In this context, fraternity is a fundamental element in the constitution of relationships, whether […]
Abstract: The author examines and illustrates the theme of pragmatic international subsidiarity in relation to certain categories of law and politics, evidencing the implications, limits and potential of these. Constant reference is made to the interpretative horizon offered by the Social Teaching of the Church. Particular attention is paid to the principle of fraternity understood as a regulative principle even of […]