INFRAC?IONALITATEA ÎMPOTRIVA SIGURAN?EI STATULUI. REALIT??I ?I PERSPECTIVE

Authors

  • Gabriela Aura Fodor

Abstract

It cannot be denied that there is an inextricable link between law, the individual and the community. This bond is of a unique nature, since it has to be both stable and malleable at the same time: the law is meant to govern the individual without exceptions and is destined for the many, but since it is a creation of the community it is also subject to the fluctuations in mentalities which inevitably come about in time. The norms regarding state safety are a particular example of the way in which collective values transfer into legal text, since they are destined not for the protection of the individual, but of an abstract entity, which is the only one that has both the power to protect and coerce and although it consists of a multitude, it has an existence of its own. Recent changes incriminal legislation are proof of the growing trend in international relations which see the rebirth of the nation as a focal point, replacing that of the state, and which place more emphasis on the individual, rather than the community.

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Studies and Articles