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The article is focused on the issue of morality in the political process, reveals the fiction of the policy of nonviolence on the example of Velvet Revolution. Advocating morality, the author draws attention to the danger of its absolutisation. The author defines the idea of a good society, which should become a higher criterion of moral good. The sense of Velvet Revolution is discussed within this criterion.
Nietzsche's philosophy influenced considerably Grigol Robakidze's (1880-1962) work. Not only did the Georgian thinker internalize Nietzsche's ides adequately, he also developed them in a fruitful way in his essays and creative writing. The present article is an attempt of characterizing the ways of dealing with Nietzsche's ideas outlined in the philosophical writings of G. Robakidze. For handling this problem, the philosophical conception of communication is employed and, proceeding from the perspective thus afforded, questions of Nietzsche's reception in G. Robakidze's work are discussed.
The first part of the contribution deals with the issue of contradiction of a legal act with good morals. It defines the term of good morals and their function in law, as well as the substance of contradiction of the legal act with good morals. It analyses the application of the provision of Art. 39 of the Civil Code. It refers to the most serious weaknesses in the application of Art. 39 in the case-law. The second part of the contribution is devoted to the enforcement of law and to the principles of fair trade. First it analyses the terms enforcement of law and principles of fair trade. Then it examines the issue of application of the provision of Art. 265 of the Civil Code in the case-law. It deals with the following specific problems: relationship of provision of Art. 265 of the Commercial Code and the provision of Art. 3 (1) of the Civil Code; relationship of the provision of Art. 39 of the Civil Code and the provision of Art. 265 of the Commercial Code, as well as the issues of an abuse of law enforcement and moderation law.
The contribution evaluates the application of the Roman law principles of the trial to the current Slovak procedural codes – Civil Dispute and Civil Non-dispute Code. It focuses on finding out whether those principles have been taken into our regulations and, if so, in what form. It is an interesting probe into both – in the Roman procedural law and in the current form of the Slovak civil process, especially with regard to the fact, that Roman law sought justice, decency and morality in procedural and substantive law as well. What is currently the main interest of the Slovak court proceedings? Is it a searching for justice, or have other priorities prevailed? Even in creating these (relatively) new Codes, the traditional struggle of natural and positive law was fought. The article evaluates the outcome of this fight (quite critically).
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