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Notes on liberal sociability

Is it possible to arrive at a concept of society (let alone a fair society) having a Hobbesian individualism as starting point? That is, starting with the notion that society is an aggregate of individuals who by nature have “a … Continue reading

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Neutrality in the classroom

      Dimitrios Kyritsis, Lecturer in Law at the University of Sheffield Stavros Tsakyrakis, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Athens     In Lautsi v. Italy the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights … Continue reading

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