By Donald L. Drakeman
By Marcelo Casseb Continentino
Para além de responder definitivamente tal questão, o presente livro inova no cenário acadêmico ao objetivar reconstruir o pensamento constitucional no Brasil, a partir das próprias fontes jurídicas e políticas nacionais, e compreender os percursos das ideias constitucionais e políticas que influenciaram na formação do Estado Nacional durante o século XIX.
A reflexão empreendida pelo Dr. Marcelo Casseb Continentino oferece, portanto, inestimável contribuição à ciência histórica e jurídica, por abrir novas perspectivas e olhares de reflexão e de crítica ao direito constitucional e à sua história, razão por que sua leitura torna-se, desde brand, necessária a todos os estudantes e profissionais da história e do direito.
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By Kathleen S. Sullivan
While the us used to be based on summary rules of convinced "unalienable rights," its felony traditions are established in British universal legislation, a truth lengthy decried by way of innovative reformers. universal legislations, the grievance is going, ignores summary rights rules in want of culture, successfully denying equality to massive segments of the inhabitants.
The nineteenth-century women's rights circulate embraced this argument, claiming that universal legislations principles of estate and married women's prestige have been at odds with the nation's dedication to equality. traditional knowledge means that this tactic helped pave the best way for balloting rights and higher jobs. In Constitutional Context, Kathleen S. Sullivan offers a clean perspective.
In revisiting the era's congressional debates, country laws, judicial reviews, information debts, and paintings of political activists, Sullivan reveals that the argument for common, summary rights was once now not the single, or most sensible, course to be had for social swap. instead of erecting a brand new paradigm of absolute rights, she argues, women's rights activists unwittingly undermined universal law's skill to redress grievances, contributing seriously to the social, cultural, and political stagnation that characterizes where of ladies and the move today.
A not easy and considerate research of what's normally regarded as an period of development, Constitutional Context offers the basis for a extra complete figuring out and interpretation of constitutional law.
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By Malcolm Langford,César Rodríguez-Garavito,Julieta Rossi
By Andrea Matwyshyn
With insights from top lecturers, details safeguard execs, and different sector specialists, this unique paintings explores the enterprise, felony, and social dynamics in the back of company details leakage and information breaches. The authors exhibit universal blunders businesses make, which breaches pass unreported regardless of notification statutes, and astounding weaknesses within the federal legislation that keep an eye on monetary info privateness, kid's information assortment, and health and wellbeing info privateness. This forward-looking publication may be very important to assembly the expanding info safeguard issues that new data-intensive company types will have.
By George Anastaplo
The warrantly of loose speech enshrined within the U.S. invoice of Rights attracts upon millennia of Western considered the price and necessity of unfastened inquiry. Acclaimed felony student George Anastaplo strains the philosophical improvement of the belief of unfastened inquiry from Plato's Apology to Socrates to John Milton's Areopagitica. He describes how those seminal texts and others via such varied thinkers as St. Paul, Thomas extra, and John Stuart Mill prompted the formation and the earliest purposes of the 1st modification. Anastaplo additionally specializes in the serious loose speech implications of a dozen preferrred proceedings and indicates how First modification interpretations have developed according to glossy occasions. Reflections on Freedom of Speech and the 1st modification grounds its imaginative and prescient of America's most elementary freedoms within the highbrow traditions of Western political philosophy, supplying an important perception into the felony demanding situations of the long run during the lens of the past.
By Thomas Lundmark
By Stephen Gill,A. Claire Cutler
By Tony Prosser
such an analysis.
This booklet units out diversified meanings of an monetary structure, and applies them to key parts of financial administration, together with taxation and public borrowing, the administration of public spending, (including the Spending Review), financial coverage, monetary prone rules, business coverage (including kingdom shareholdings) and executive contracting. It analyses the foremost associations concerned reminiscent of the Treasury and the financial institution of britain, additionally together with a few much less famous our bodies such
as the workplace for finances accountability. there's additionally insurance of the overseas context within which those associations function particularly the eu Union and the realm alternate enterprise. It hence presents an account of the general public legislations employing to financial administration within the UK.
This booklet additionally adopts a serious method, assessing the measure to which there's coherence within the preparations for monetary administration, the measure to which monetary policy-making is limited by way of constitutional norms, and the measure to which monetary administration is topic to deliberation and responsibility via Parliament, the courts and different institutions.
By Heinrich Lang