StatusThe thesis was presented on the 6 February, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 29 April, 2010
Abstract– 0.39 Mb / in romanian
This thesis is preceeded by an introduction, is composed of 6 chapters which consist of 18 paragraphs total and is finalized by conclusions and recommendations, it has a total of volume of 241 pages of text and is accompanied by a bibliography, which consists of 198 works cited. The total number of scientifical publications on the investigated topic is 30.
Domain of studies and objectives of the thesis. This investigation is dedicated to the study of the concept of human rights and liberties in the judicial works of Constantin Stere. In order to accomplish the proposed objective, works written by C. Stere were examined; out of those four scientific works of judicial character written by the constitutional scholar were selected and the evolution of concepts of Stere about the human rights and liberties was examined. In this study the definitions by C. Stere about the state of law, freedom and human rights and the classification of those are analized, references to contemporary approaches are made and some of authors’ own definitions and classifications are elaborated. The visions of C. Stere related to certain human rights and liberties are examined and the specific characteristics of the respective concept as a whole are identified. The actuality and importance of Steres’ concepts about fundamental human rights and liberties for the edification of a state of law is argumented.
Scientific novelty and originality. The present study is the first judicial scientific work dedicated to the concepts by Stere in regard to human rights and liberties; this work brings up in our scientific knowledge the judicial works of the scholar, including those which were not published, under the aspect of the topic of the investigation and it represents an absolute scientific novelty.
Theoretical significance and applied value of this study. This investigation puts to
evidence the special place and role of Constantin Stere in our scientific knowledge as a classic
scholar; theorist of state and law; an eminent constitutionalist and represents a substantial
contribution to the completion and the thoroughgoing study of our knowledge of state and law.
Following the study, a range of propositions of theoretical and practical value were
formulated. The implementation of those could serve to make the process of democratic reforms
of our society and state more efficient.
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