Codice penale studium
Author: Luigi Tramontano
Publisher: La Tribuna
Quest'Opera nasce con l'intento di fornire a studenti, professionisti e concorsisti un fondamentale strumento che consente di comprendere facilmente tutte le problematiche inerenti alla disciplina penalistica. In particolare, viene riportato il testo aggiornato del Codice penale, ogni articolo del quale è spiegato sia con un agile ed esauriente commento che con la giurisprudenza più recente e rilevante. Ulteriore ausilio al lettore è fornito dagli utilissimi esempi pratici che accompagnano i principali articoli del Codice, e costituiscono una chiarissima esposizione della casistica più frequente in materia. Si segnala che questo volume è aggiornato con le norme penali sulle unioni civili (D.L.vo 19 gennaio 2017, n. 6).
This important book presents a selection of key issues in the field of international labour law, and deals with some of the most pressing problems facing governments, employers and workers. Extensive consideration is given to developments with regard to: the right to freedom of association the problems of forced labour equality of treatment and working conditions in general the position of young persons, migrant workers and women. The author examines the most recent case law of the ILO and other international supervisory bodies, including the cases of the German `Berufsverbote', the British GCHQ and the Romanian `systematisation policy'. This new book offers a unique assimilation of information and analysis across a subject area which has remained largely untouched. It will prove indispensable to academic lawyers, legal practioners, trade union and employers association officials as well as to a wide range of professionals in associated fields.
"Contributions ... have evolved from papers presented at the fifth EU/International Law Forum held by the Law Department of the University of Bristol in May 1999"--Foreword.
Goodnow, Frank J. The Principles of the Administrative Law of the United States. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, . xxvii, 480 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002042756. ISBN 1-58477-348-0. Cloth $110. * Reprint of first edition. A member of the Columbia faculty, Goodnow [1859-1939] was the first individual in the United States to hold a professorship in administrative law. His major work, this book analyzes the distinction between 'politics' and 'administration.' According to Goodnow, politics is concerned with policy and other expressions of state will. Administration is concerned with the faithful execution of enacted legislation. He observes that administration has a tendency to overstep this boundary and concedes that politics must therefore monitor administration to keep it in line with the people's will.
Handbook of Sexual Assault
Author: William Lamont Marshall, D.R. Laws, Howard E. Barbaree
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
A useful tool for practitioners, researchers, theorists, and advanced students, Handbook of Sexual Assault analyzes the nature and extent of the problem of sexual offending and classifies the types of offenders according to an empirically developed system. In addition, contributors present the theories of the etiology and maintenance of sexual offending; offer various perspectives and factors relevant to accurate assessment; and detail contemporary treatment procedures.
The Quotable Machiavelli
Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Niccolò Machiavelli (1469–1527) is the father of modern political thought, but he is also one of the greatest writers of the Renaissance and his wisdom and style extend far beyond politics to encompass a compelling philosophy of life as well. In The Quotable Machiavelli, Maurizio Viroli, one of the world's leading Machiavelli scholars, offers a rich collection of the Florentine’s most memorable words on a wide range of subjects, including politics, the human condition, religion, love and happiness, antiquity and history, patriotism, and virtue. Drawing on Machiavelli’s entire body of writings, and including little-known quotations as well as famous passages, the book shows the full scope of his thought and belies the cliché that he was a "Machiavellian" cynic. In addition to Machiavelli’s own words on dozens of subjects of perennial interest, the book includes some almost unknown texts in which his contemporaries describe him. Complete with a biographical introduction, the book serves as a handy reference and a smart and lively introduction to a masterly thinker and writer. Includes a rich collection of Machiavelli’s most memorable words on a wide range of subjects, from politics to the human condition—almost 700 quotations in all Edited and introduced by one of the world’s leading Machiavelli scholars Serves as a smart and lively introduction to Machiavelli’s life and works Draws on the complete body of Machiavelli’s writings Features a brief biography of Machiavelli, a chronology of his life, suggestions for further reading, and an index
Author: Robert Somerville, Stephan Kuttner
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
The reign of Pope Urban II (1088-1099) is often seen as a turning-point in the period of medieval history known as the Gregorian Reform. This volume presents for the first time modern editions of, and commentary on, the decrees of Urban's first papal council (at Melfi in 1089), and the excerpts of his acts found in the enigmatic canon-law book labeled the Collectio Britannica. Both editions are accompanied by English translations of the Latin texts. These two sets of texts make up a substantial proportion of the known documents produced by Pope Urban's chancery in the first year and a half of his pontificate, a time of particular tension in the medieval Church. This volume thus provides a hitherto unavailable critical basis for evaluating the early period of his reign, as well as a new assessment of the preservation and diffusion of his acts and of the Britannica.