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The Third-Person Effect

Only a Media Perception?

Bengt Johansson

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Catherine Dempsey, Charles Normand and Virpi Timonen

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Steffen Kaiser and Gisela C. Schulze

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Pavel Kotlán

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This paper deals with the definition of (substantive) subsidiarity of criminal repression and the possibility of its application to the criminal liability of legal persons. After defining the liability of legal persons in the relevant legal regulations, the paper presents an interpretation of subsidiarity in Section 12(2) of the Criminal Code that is significantly different from the “official” opinion. Subsequently, the paper discusses certain criminal law situations in which the application of subsidiarity would lead to the conclusion that the legal person is not punishable (“non-criminality”). The first aim was thus to present the theoretical concept of subsidiarity of criminal repression, which would be methodologically correct, and therefore generally applicable. The second objective was directed at demonstrating that this construct can be applied to specific examples of the liability of legal persons, that is, that it can be applied to the activities of the bodies in charge of criminal proceedings.

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Ladislav Cabada and Matevž Tomšič

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Andra Maria Brezniceanu and Bogdan Dumitriu

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The confidentiality clause and the service secret are two means coming from different branches of law, public and private, but they have the same goal – to protect information, the component of a person’s patrimony, which is a more and more important issue in the world we live in. The protections provided by the two ways are different in terms of the gravity of the penalty they may involve and for this reason they may be used with discrimination, proportionally with the importance of the protected object. But in the present conditions when the information is sancta sanctorum, only this responsibility in punishment tends to dim, those interested in providing the protection of information seek for most effective and efficient punishment.

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Małgorzata J. Gambin and Małgorzata J. Święcicka

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Marlena A. Bednarska

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Emar Maier, Kees De Schepper and Martine Zwets

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We present new evidence against a grammatical distinction between second and third person in Sign Language of The Netherlands (NGT). More precisely, we show how pushing this distinction into the domain of pragmatics helps account for an otherwise puzzling fact about the NGT imperative: not only is it used to command your addressee, it can also express ‘non-addressee-oriented commands’.

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Gabriel Antunes Ferreira de Almeida

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Starting from the analysis of a phenomenological reading of the parable of the Good Samaritan and arriving at the idea of the World Person in Chiara Lubich, this article will discuss two topics: union in difference and the model of the neighbor in the Gospel. For Christians this is the confirmation that the meeting with the stranger is possible. Christ founded a community that co-exists with the stranger. It is within this path that the intuition the figure of the World Person in Chiara Lubich arises. In the tension between interpretation and Truth, Lubich puts the question: was there anyone that went through the trial of doubt about the Truth, but has been able to create a new world? She says that was Jesus Forsaken, who opens up the possibility of differentiation without exclusion.