By Manuel Atienza,J. Ruiz Manero

felony statements are, in accordance with the authors, the main easy components of the legislation. however they have to be thought of not just as the items of a puzzle, but additionally because the parts of a dynamic and hugely complicated fact: the legislations of up to date society. The ebook offers an research of the differing kinds of felony statements (mandatory ideas, ideas, power-conferring principles, definitions, permissions, values and the guideline of popularity) from a threeefold point of view, that's, contemplating their logical constitution, their functionality in felony reasoning as purposes for motion, and their connections with the pursuits and gear relationships one of the members and the social teams. the result's conceived as a primary step within the development of a normal thought of legislations designed no longer as an remoted discourse yet as a decisive point for the dynamization of the criminal culture.

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