|Compilers:||Alexander Bröstl – Marta Breichová Lapčáková|
|Year of publication:||2022|
|Document type:||Proceedings of scientific works|
|Number of pages:||161|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
|Note:||Zborník vedeckých prác vznikol v rámci riešenia projektu APVV-21-0336 – „Analýza súdnych rozhodnutí metódami umelej inteligencie“|
|Licencia:||Creative Commons BY NC - SA (Uveďte autora - Nepoužívajte komerčne - Zachovajte licenciu )|
The presented Collection Volume is dedicated to three framework areas, namely justice, community and freedom. These are the thematic areas of the 30th IVR World Congress, on the occasion of which a meeting of its Slovak section was held. The published contributions focus on the main topic of the congress, which is also the central topic of legal and social sciences. Thus, in the Collection we will find reflections on the freedom of the individual in society, its various shades of meaning and forms. The question of the organization of social relations in the form of the degree of participation of citizens in state power in the context of the democratic form of government and its current challenges should not be neglected either. Thus, the institutions of direct and indirect democracy, the dangers of the lures of the so-called totalitarian democracy, or the question of identities in a postmodern pluralistic society. The question of justice in procedural law is not avoided either. The collection thus provides the reader with a wide area of research from legal-philosophical questions, through questions of the theory of the constitutional state, to their application in legal practice. Geographically, it maps the events in the Central European and wider European area with an impact on their global dimension. The publication can thus become a useful source of knowledge and current developments in jurisprudence and its main topics with the aim of a better understanding of social reality.