L Apporto Del Diritto Canonico Nella Disciplina Delle Pie Volont Fiduciarie Testamentarie Del Diritto Inglese

Autore: Mario Ferrante
Editore: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 881414205X
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Damages For Breach Of Contract

Autore: Richard Lawson
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ISBN: 9780414055469
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Jurisprudence - Essential Law Texts deals with the two main schools of jurisprudence, which are positivism and naturalism and also off-shoot movements of the positivist school, such as the historical and sociological schools of jurisprudence and of the naturalist school in the form of procedural natural law and the legal enforcement of morality.It explains the concept of a constitution which is basic to any legal system, and clarifies principles of justice and practices at play in the resolution of disputes. This title is written by an Irish academic and is specifically tailored for the Irish student.Includes coverage of: Natural Law; Classical Natural Law; Modern Natural Law; Procedural Natural Law; The Legal Enforcement of Morality; Legal Positivism; Classical Positivism; Modern Positivism; Kelsen; American Legal Theory; Dworkin; Historical Theories of Law; Sociological Theories of Law;Dr Albert Keating is a barrister and senior lecturer in law in Waterford Institute of Technology. a

Essentials Of Eu Law

Autore: August Reinisch
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107025664
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Rev. ed. of: Essential questions in EU law. c2009.

The Trips Regime Of Trademarks And Designs

Autore: Nuno Pires de Carvalho
Editore: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041132759
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The same author who wrote The TRIPS Regime of Patent Rights, a thorough commentary on the patent and test data-related provisions of the TRIPS Agreement that in just three years has become a classic work in its field (already in its second edition), offers us now The TRIPS Regime of Trademarks and Designs. With the authority and in-depth experience of a WIPO official whose daily work is to assist developing countries implementing TRIPS obligations in the area of industrial property, the author examines with the same accuracy and expertise the intrincacies of the TRIPS provisions concerning trademarks and industrial designs. Associating practical experience with academic scholarship, this book provides simple and enlightening guidance to complex questions, such as: Can WTO Members envisage a third modality of exhaustion that retains the benefits of the two known modalities (national and international exhaustion) and yet overcomes the shortcomings of both? Are WTO Members obliged to register color marks? And what about sounds, smells and tastes? What are WTO Members obligations as regards marks that relate to goods and services that offend religious and moral values? Are they obliged to register and protect them? What are the requisites for marks to become well-known? Is notoriety enough? Can a WTO Member require that they convey some sort of reputation? Can a WTO Member make protection of well-known marks dependent on actual use in their territory? How strict is the TRIPS Agreement as regards the use of industrial property in relation to public policies? Are private rights limitless? Are they enforceable no matter what? How can WTO Members meet their obligations as regards the facilitated registration of textile designs? Lawyers, judges, scholars and government officials will find a wealth of information and legal analysis in The TRIPS Regime of Trademarks and Designs that will help them identify new approaches and solutions to problems of trademark and design law posed by the implementation of the TRIPS Agreement. This book combines a practically-focused article-by-article commentary on the TRIPS Agreement with a theoretical scholarly analysis that makes of it an invaluable resource to all those who wish to understand industrial property at a deeper level.

The Life Of Cardinal Wolsey

Autore: George Cavendish
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In Search Of The Primitive

Autore: Stanley Diamond
Editore: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351615459
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Anthropology is a kind of debate between human possibilities-a dialectical movement between the anthropologist as a modern man and the primitive peoples he studies. In Search of the Primitive is a tough-minded book containing chapters ranging from encounters in the field to essays on the nature of law, schizophrenia and civilization, and the evolution of the work of Claude Levi-Strauss. Above all it is reflective and self-critical, critical of the discipline of anthropology and of the civilization that produced that discipline. Diamond views the anthropologist who refuses to become a searching critic of his own civilizations as not merely irresponsible, but a tool of Western civilization. He rejects the associations which have been made in the ideology of our civilization, consciously or unconsciously, between Western dominance and progress, imperialism and evolution, evolution and progress.

Darwinian Natural Right

Autore: Larry Arnhart
Editore: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791436943
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This book shows how Darwinian biology supports an Aristotelian view of ethics as rooted in human nature. Defending a conception of “Darwinian natural right” based on the claim that the good is the desirable, the author argues that there are at least twenty natural desires that are universal to all human societies because they are based in human biology. The satisfaction of these natural desires constitutes a universal standard for judging social practice as either fulfilling or frustrating human nature, although prudence is required in judging what is best for particular circumstances. The author studies the familial bonding of parents and children and the conjugal bonding of men and women as illustrating social behavior that conforms to Darwinian natural right. He also studies slavery and psychopathy as illustrating social behavior that contradicts Darwinian natural right. He argues as well that the natural moral sense does not require religious belief, although such belief can sometimes reinforce the dictates of nature.

Introduction To Italian Public Law

Autore: Giuseppe Franco Ferrari
Editore: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814143889
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The Matrimonial Trials Of Henry Viii

Autore: H.A. Kelly
Editore: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1592445233
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What were Henry VIII's grounds for attempting to put aside his marriage to Catherine of Aragon? Were they no more than flimsy excuses to gratify his passion for Anne Boleyn? Or were there substantial reasons to lead him to believe that he had been living in sin for two decades? Making use of hitherto unknown or unexploited documentary evidence, the author sets out the intricacies of canon law regarding impediments to marriage and carefully explores the arguments and precedents Henry and his lawyers invoked in justifying his actions in public, in the ecclesiastical courts of England and Rome, and in the privacy of his own conscience. The effect of this reexamination forces substantial alterations in the traditional accounts not only of his first marriage and annulment, but also of the later ones to Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves, for the religious and legal principles involved were anything but flimsy and remained for Henry matters of lasting concern. Particularly noteworthy is the author's reconstruction of the legatine trial at Blackfriars in 1529, in which he brings to light the complete court record for the first time in 260 years. This reprinting (2004) of the 1976 edition contains a new Foreword.