The Philosophy Of Law In The Work Of Vaida Ladislau
The definition and enlargement of the concept of nation are ideas that can be found in the work of Vaida Ladislau. The evolution of the concept is realized in stages, from the feudal concept of “nation” as the whole of the privileged ones, gifted with the right to take part in the governance of the country to the modern notion of “nation”, in the sense of including all who have the same origin, language, historical traditions, life style, common interest, regardless of their social origin and confession to which they belong. The cultivation of rationality and combating religion are central themes also for Vaida, who tries to remove the divine law
Volume (Year): 2 (2009)
Issue (Month): (June)
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