Ratio Legis as a Binding Legal Value
- Marzena Kordela
The assumption of the legislator's rationality, which is accepted in the legal sciences, predetermines, that also in the sphere of axiology rational actions are ascribed to them. As a rational axiologist, the legislator professes definite values, ordering them in a hierarchy and making this system relatively stable. The values ascribed to the legislator consist of three categories: legal values (legally binding values), reference values, and values of a universal character. In the perspective of a legislator's axiological system, ratio legis may be qualified as a value, and also as a legally binding value.
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- Klappstein Verena Verena Klappstein , Dybowski Maciej Maciej Dybowski (eds.): Ratio Legis. Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives, 2018, Springer, 205 p., ISBN 9783319742700. DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-74271-7 opening in a new tab
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- Social Sciences; Arts and Humanities
- DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-74271-7_2 opening in a new tab
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- = 20.0, 04-08-2020, MonographChapterAuthor
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