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Marius Andreescu, Andra Puran and Claudia Andreescu
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Marius Andreescu: Court of Appeal Pitesti, Universitu of Pitesti, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Law
Andra Puran: Universitu of Pitesti, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Law
Claudia Andreescu: National School of Political and Administrative Sciences, Bucharest; Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Babeş–Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca

Law, Society & Organisations, 2018, issue 4 (1/2018), 39-45

Abstract: The history of philosophy and the history of legal doctrines mention and analyze the differences, often categorical, between the existence of man in his natural status and on the other hand, his existence in social status. The doctrine of the social contract is the mainstream of the thought that analyzes the existential status of man in the social environment and the natural environment by arguing, according to the author and the philosophical conception, the historical, social and juridical particularities of the natural status and social status. In our study we support the compatibility between the two existential forms of man, we identify the existential categories in which these can be defined, and emphasize the implications of these categories in realization of the act of justice.

Keywords: Natural status; Social status; Act of justice; Legal implications (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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