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LA NOTION PHILOSOPHIQUE DE DIGNITE A L'EPREUVE DE SA CONSECRATION JURIDIQUE

Abstract : According to Kant, the person has not for things, a price; she has a dignity, that is an intrinsic value which makes it the end in itself which must be never treated simply as a means. Reflect on the notion of dignity today, it is to wonder about the consequences of the juridicisation of this notion on the protection of the human person, but also on the consequences for the notion of very dignity: philosophic notion it was an ideal, dedicated as a rule legal is it still an absolute value? To answer these questions it was necessary to confront Philosophy with Law. The dignity being received by the law and not created by it, it is about a reflection on the use and the utility of this notion in law.
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Félicité Mbala Mbala. LA NOTION PHILOSOPHIQUE DE DIGNITE A L'EPREUVE DE SA CONSECRATION JURIDIQUE. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université du Droit et de la Santé - Lille II, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00370926⟩

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