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Title: Prawo - nieodłączny towarzysz człowieka
Authors: Sobański, Remigiusz
Keywords: Prawo; stosunek do prawa
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: "Z Dziejów Prawa" (T. 4 (2011), s. 17-25)
Abstract: The article constitutes an original and interesting reflection of an outstanding theoretician of law on law-man relations. The author shows an ambivalent attitude to law as a result of its appreciation, emphasizing at the same time an important role of law in the European civilization. Asking whether law is a good companion for man, Sobański admits that the very question is not purely abstractive as it derives from the observation of the reality. This ambivalence in relation to law is explained as the result of appreciating the very law. The history of law is at the same time the history of controversies around the notion of law and its nature. Though, the fact that law exists is not controversial itself. Law is understood differently and the way of conveying law (in an oral or written manner) is also different. The author underlines that law is a tool of justice, namely a means of executing justice. He refers to the representatives of the Roman law, and stops at the understanding of the statement “I have a right”, analyses Ulianov’s definition of justice (law can be a tool of justice if the will of justice exists). Next, he points to the pressure touching the whole law practice: law takes into account readiness for perceiving posteriori whereas it makes sense only when it is possible to execute this perception. He pays attention to the causes of discrepancies between law and life (lack of agreement when it comes to the notion of justice). His conclusion is that law is a good companion of man when he/she wants to live a peaceful life.
ISSN: 1898-6986
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