UNA PROSPETTIVA « DIABOLICAMENTE UMANA » SUL RAPPORTO TRA NORMA E SANZIONE NELL’ORDINAMENTO PENALE

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] A "DIABOLICALLY HUMAN" PERSPECTIVE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STANDARD AND SANCTION IN CRIMINAL ORDER

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Abstract

A recent normoteoretic perspective offers the opportunity to examine a profile that is a prodromal to the usual penalistic reflection on the legitimacy and effectiveness of penaltie. The focus is on the overall "system" balance between rules and sanctions, on the assumption that the "sanctioning" excess of a legal rule (such as that found in some representative samples of recent Italian criminal legislation) signals and deepens the defect of understanding and real control of social phenomena, just mirroting a stretch of our age that sees the knowledge replaced by information and the ability to have real "experiences" canceled by a temporality atomized in a succession of moments. The legal-literary perspective (“law and literature”,”justice and literature”) and in particular an "interactionist" interpretation of Goethe's Iphigenia in Tauris, illuminates how much such "excess" leads away from a "human" (albeit "diabolically") model of law and aggravates the more general "motivational deficit" of modern secularized liberal democracies.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] A "DIABOLICALLY HUMAN" PERSPECTIVE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STANDARD AND SANCTION IN CRIMINAL ORDER
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLa pena, ancora: tra attualità e tradizione. Studi in onore di Emilio Dolcini ,
Pages187-222
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  • CRIMINAL LAW
  • CRIMINE DEI COLLETTI BIANCHI
  • DIRITTO PENALE
  • ETTERATURA
  • GOETHE
  • LITERATURE
  • NORMA
  • POLITICA CRIMINALE
  • PUNISHMENT
  • RULE
  • SANZIONE
  • WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

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