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This paper analyses the concepts of three great Romanian thinkers –theoreticians and philosophers of law – on the relations between law, morals and manners in order to discover, based on their idea filiation in the juridical Romanian culture, the differences of method and contents between them, to identify the practical implication in the field of performing the justice and law-making. Being trained and positioned in the core of the European juridical culture of their time, they reviewed the relations between law and morals, in a rationalist and humanist way, substantiating the need for the law to follow morals, the ethical principles both historically, and practically, the law-making being comprised as well. Thus, they leave room to the expression of human’s basic rights and freedoms in a democratic judicial order, while the rules of law subordinating the morals and manner proved to be widely open to totalitarianism.

slovenského „podivína 18. storočia“ [On the literary work of Slovak “18 th century stranger”]. In: H. Gavlovič: O dobrých mravoch [ On good morals ]. Bratislava: Slovenský Tatran, pp. 5–26. GÁFRIKOVÁ, G. (2002): Literárne dielo Hugolína Gavloviča [Literary work of Hugolín Gavlovič]. In: Studia Academica Slovaca. Prednášky XXXVII. letnej školy slovenského jazyka a kultúry [ Studia Academica Slovaca: Lectures from the XXXVII Summer school on Slovak Language and Culture ], 31(1), pp. 55–69. GAVLOVIČ, H. (2012): Škola kresťanská [ Christian school ]. Bratislava

the Societas Ethica in Berlin, August 2001. Münster: LIT, 2003. 20. Perrone, Roberto. “Public Morals and the ECHR.” University of Leicester School of Law Research Paper 14 (2014): 1–19. 21. Piar, Daniel. “Morality as a Legitimate Government Interest.” Penn State Law Review 117 (2012): 139–169. 22. Piechowiak, Marek. “Elementy prawnonaturalne w stosowaniu Konstytucji RP.” Przegląd Sejmowy 5 (2009): 71–90. 23. Sadurski, Wojciech. “Conventional Morality and Judicial Standards.” Virginia Law Review 73 (1987): 339–397. 24. Schopenhauer, Artur. O wolności

reasoning in domestic scientific literature: The basic paradigm for research and argumentation on human physical activity. Serbian Journal of Sports Sciences, 7(1-4): 85-128, 2013. 7. Golubović, Zagorka. Čovek i njegov svet - u antropološkoj perspektivi. Beograd: Prosveta, 1973. 8. Dobrijević, Aleksandar. Ka adekvatnoj etičkoj teoriji. Filozofija i društvo ХХII-XXIII, pp. 65-114. Beograd: Instittut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2003. 9. Kant, Immanuel. Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals. Beograd: Dereta, 2008. 10. Kangrga, Milan. Etika - osnovni problemi i pravci

Trevino, Transaction Publishers, 2011; Routledge, 2017. DOI 10.2307/2022017 5. Podgórecki, A. Unrecognized Father of Sociology of Law: Leon Petrażycki. Reflections based on Jan Gorecki’s “Sociology and Jurisprudence of Leon Petrażycki.” Law & Society Review 15, 1980/81, pp. 183-202. 6. Petrażycki, L. A theory of law and state in relation to a theory of morals, vol. 1-2, St Petersburg, 1907 (2000). (In Russian), Петражицкий Л. И. Теория государства и права в связи с теорией нравственности. В 2х тт. СПб, 1907 (2000). 7. Petrażycki, L. Essays in legal philosophy. St

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One cannot write about the relationship of young people and current sports stars in modern society without having previously studied the processes of mediation and globalisation of sport, and the transformation of traditional social values. The goal of the science and practice engaged in sports and education of young people is a constant quest for preserving universal ethical values and reconciling them with the modern-day social processes. This paper will present the result of a survey conducted with adolescents in five different Serbian cities in order to find the answer to the question if sportspersons were their favourite television role-models. According to the results of our survey, 45% of adolescents do not have a favourite TV personality and do not know for sure who that could be. Novak Đoković, who would be the choice of adults for a role model of the young, with 63.2% according to the survey conducted by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, scored 3.81% in our survey with adolescents who would chose Novak Đoković as their favourite TV personality. The necessity of raising media literacy of young people with the aim of clear identification of sports role models who are going to improve their quality of life still remains an open issue for further research on this course.

Scientific Conference “Good Morals of a Lawyer: Theoretical and Practical Issues”. Description // http://law.vdu.lt/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=315:goodmorals-of-a-lawyer-theoretical-and-practical-issues&catid=40:mnaujienos&Itemid=70 (accessed June 26, 2013). 36. Wright, Edward L. The Code of Professional Responsibility: Its History and Objectives. 24 Ark. L. Rev. 12-15 (1970).

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The neglect of lawyer ethics in legal education, including in continuing legal education for lawyers and judges, is an enduring Soviet legacy in post-Soviet countries. Partially because of this neglect, many people in post-soviet countries do not trust lawyers. Their mistrust often is for good reason—too many lawyers are unethical. Yet, unethical lawyers do more than alienate others and cast the legal profession in disrepute. Unethical lawyers waste resources by unnecessarily prolonging disputes and inflaming antagonisms by provoking unjustifiable confrontations. Worse, they corrupt the legal system by bribing judges, suborning perjury, and using other illegal means to achieve their ends. Thus, they contribute to an all-too-common failure in post-Soviet countries—the failure to achieve the rule of law.

The academic literature is replete with commentary about the place of ethics in legal education. Some argue that ethics instruction is unnecessary. They claim that allusions to ethics in other courses, the law school culture, and the ethics learned earlier in life is sufficient. Others posit that ethics are too important to omit from the law school curriculum. They often add, however, that legal ethics instruction in law school commonly involves little more than demanding that law students memorize rules or codes of conduct.

This article discusses whether the ethics education of future lawyers in post-Soviet countries is adequate. Concluding that it is not, this article proposes suggestions for the content of an Eastern European legal ethics course and methods for teaching law students to internalize ethical norms as a part of their legal education.

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This article examines the right to free movement in the European Union (EU) and discusses the moral questions related to refugees in light of the current migration context. More specifically, in this article, I discuss the right to free movement in terms of its development into an EU citizenship right and assess the grounds for its validity. I argue that free movement was developed in a manner that puts too much emphasis on external threats coming from outside the EU borders. I also claim that the right to free movement is an exclusive concept that adds to the alienation between EU-citizens and the rest, which is also visible in the ongoing so-called migration crisis.

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