Il penalista e il suo spartito. L’imprescindibilità del segno nel diritto penale.

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The criminalist and his score. The indispensability of the sign in criminal law.

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] In recent decades, between computer models and medievalist colorings, the way of describing and designing law has profoundly changed. Many guarantees ascribed to modernity are declared obsolete, with increasing frequency and expressive nuances that vary from the metaphorical language to the open iconoclasm, to the advantage of an atopic and fluidified legal system. Criminal matters, whose banks are far from being immune to phenomena of progressive disintegration, rather show a tendency to broaden their field of action and to make their responses more flexible by virtue of increasingly less well thought out and casuistic demands. A substantially indifferent approach, also at the legislative level, to the need for a coherent and effective criminal policy. It is time, therefore, to reread with updated sensitivity the role of the provision of law and the principles that govern its formation, within the framework of the contemporary reticular paradigm: corroborating and reviving, precisely by this way, the centrality of the normative text. With the awareness that any dilution, distancing or renunciation that has as its object implies a dysfunctional involution of the law and its project dimension for man.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The criminalist and his score. The indispensability of the sign in criminal law.
Original languageItalian
PublisherEdizioni ETS
Number of pages236
ISBN (Print)978-884675155-3
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • diritto e musica
  • diritto penale
  • principio di legalità
  • riserva di legge

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