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Antroponomia - instituţionalizarea juridică a fiinţei umane

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  • Anton P. PARLAGI

    (Universitatea Bucureşti, Romania)

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    Regulation of human behavior differs from one political system to another, although bio- psychological characteristics of individuals are identical in every society. Anthroponomy allows us to argue from a scientific point of view that these bio- psychological characteristics substantiate the legal normative systems and non-legal systems and allow us to define individual rights and freedoms, from the axionomic point of view, as values of its political existence. From a politonomic point of view, " natural right " of human is manifested only in the legal normative system or non-legal system, if and only if, it is recognized and guaranteed by a political institution called the state. Operational value of anthroponomy lies in the foundation of "homo juridicus" as a person exercising his rights and freedoms by virtue of the universality of the human condition. Anthroponomy allows us to find a legal solution for euthanasia: from a politonomic point of view, there's a human freedom to abandon its own existence, but from the ideonomic point of view, this would mean denying our right to exist.

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    Article provided by Fundația Română pentru Inteligența Afacerii, Editorial Department in its journal Management Intercultural.

    Volume (Year): (2014)
    Issue (Month): 30 (April)
    Pages: 165-192

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    Handle: RePEc:cmj:interc:y:2014:i:30:p:165-192
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