Letteratura, educazione ‘morale’ dell’attenzione e residualità della risposta punitiva all’illecito

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Abstract

The author deems that literature and especially literary works of high aesthetic quality are relevant to law as their reading can foster, among legal practitioners as well as the general public confronted with legal matters through mass medias, those cognitive and moral virtues of empathy, attention, humanity and patience which are required to understand the complex issues law must deal with. That is particularly appropriate in the field of criminal law, where such virtues make up the cornerstone of the ability to consider and actually apply t(on the part of policymakers and the judiciary as well) the subsidiarity i.e. ultima ratio principle, namely the recourse to criminal law for protection against offences only when other social or legal means are proved to be ineffective.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Literature, 'moral' education of attention and residuality of the punitive response to the offense
Lingua originaleItalian
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteGiustizia e letteratura III
EditorGABRIO FORTI, CLAUDIA MAZZUCATO, ARIANNA VISCONTI
Pagine127-167
Numero di pagine41
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2016

Keywords

  • ATTENTION
  • ATTENZIONE
  • CRIMINAL LAW
  • CRIMINAL POLICY
  • DIRITTO PENALE
  • ETHICS
  • ETICA
  • GIUSTIZIA
  • JUSTICE
  • LENTEZZA
  • LETTERATURA
  • LITERATURE
  • POLITICA CRIMINALE
  • SLOWNESS
  • SUBSIDIARITY
  • SUSSIDIARIETA'

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