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Author Selvik, Gunnar.

Title The Art of Judicial Reasoning [electronic resource] : Festschrift in Honour of Carl Baudenbacher.

Published Cham : Springer, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (323 p.)
Series Springer Law and Criminology eBooks 2019 English+International
Notes Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Intro; Foreword; Preface; Contents; About the Authors; Part I: Art and Method; E gudde Noper -- A Good Neighbour; The Law; 1 Fundamental Rules and Human Rights in the EU; 1.1 The European Court of Justice Takes Charge; 1.2 The Political Institutions Become Active; 2 The EFTA Court and Fundamental Rights; 2.1 The Historical Background; 2.2 The EFTA Court Finds Its Feet; 2.3 The EFTA Court Squares the Circle; 2.4 The EFTA Court Applies Fundamental Rules in Social Policy and Labour Law; 2.5 The Relationship with National Courts; 3 The Legacy; Reference
European Courts and the Protection of Fundamental Rights1 Introduction; 2 Nature of the Dialogue; 3 The Relationship Between the Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights; 4 Benefits of a "Cooperative" Approach; 5 An Interactive Rather Than Hierarchical Relationship; 6 Benefits of an Institutionalised "Dialogue"; 7 Conclusions; References; Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Law: The 2014 Revision of the Norwegian Constitution; 1 Introduction; 2 Human Rights and the Constitution Prior to the 2014 Revision; 3 Enforcement and Control of Human Rights
4 The Lønning Commission's Report and Adoption of New Human Rights Provisions4.1 The Need for More Human Rights Provisions in the Constitution; 4.2 Selection of Rights; 4.3 Civil and Political Rights; 4.4 Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; 5 The Supreme Court's Application of the New Provisions; 6 EEA Law and Fundamental Rights: A Multi-Level Problem; 7 Concluding Remarks; References; A Different Level, a Different Purpose? Reflections on International Criminal Law from the Perspective of Penal Theory; 1 Prolegomenon; 2 The Foundations of Penal Theory
2.1 Relative Penal Theories: Primacy of Utility2.2 Absolute Penal Theories: Primacy of Justice; 3 The Different Level; 3.1 The Development of International Criminal Law; 3.2 Problems with Imputing Individual Criminal Responsibility in Macro-Criminality; 3.3 "Transitional Justice"; 4 What Remains of the Purposes of Punishment; 4.1 Absolute Penal Theories with Regard to International Core Crimes; 4.1.1 The Question of Measurement of Guilt; 4.1.2 Benefit/Burden Approaches; 4.2 Preventive Penal Theories with Regard to International Core Crimes; 4.2.1 Positive and Negative General Prevention
4.2.2 Positive and Negative Special Prevention5 Punishment and Communication; 5.1 The Case of Slobodan Praljak; 5.2 Punishment as a Communicative Act; 5.3 In Whose Name?; 6 Conclusion; References; The Enforcement of the EEA Agreement by the EFTA Surveillance Authority: Enhancing Welfare and Prosperity; 1 Introduction; 2 Enforcement of the EEA Agreement: ESA's Hybrid Role; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Case E-4/17: ESA v Norway (Parking Facility in Kristiansand); 2.3 Case E-16/16: Fosen-Linjen AS v AtB AS; 2.4 Case E-10/17: Nye Kystlink AS v Color Group AS and Color Line AS; 3 Concluding Remarks
Notes Reference
Other author Clifton, Michael-James.
Haas, Theresa.
Lourenço, Luísa.
Schwiesow, Kerstin.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Electronic books.
ISBN 9783030025533