Essays in Legal Philosophy
Edited By Tomasz Pietrzykowski and Brunello Stancioli
Philosophical Anthropology as a Model of Human Legal Subjectivity
1. The right to legal subjectivity
Law as a system of norms plays an important role within every culture, most especially because of the extent and significance of its influence on the most fundamental aspects of every person’s individual and social life. Its regulations guide human activity in minor civil and administrative matters as well as in political and public contexts. The very capacity for such agency is, in most cases, dependent on recognition of the individual as a subject by the binding law and his formal participation in the political organization governed by law. Awareness of the force of interaction and universality of legal norms, understood as a context of social functioning of individuals, is of fundamental significance in any attempt to sketch an image of man emerging from emerging from the law.
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