Právny obzor

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Ročník 105

2022

 

 
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Opodstatnenie procesnej spravodlivosti

Justification of procedural justice

Doc. Mgr. Marek Káčer, PhD., Institute of State and Law of Slovak Academy of Sciences

Právny obzor, 104, 2021, No. 5, pp. 333– 344

Published online: 2.11.2021

https://doi.org/10.31577/pravnyobzor.2021.5.01

Abstract. The fact of political and moral disagreement confirms that considerations of justice are often influenced by subjective preferences. However, the procedural concept of justice is to some extent immune to this subjectivism. Instead of a speculative question of what is just and unjust, proceduralism addresses the constructive question of how to establish legislative and judicial processes to maximize the chances of substantively just outcomes. This approach not only elaborates solid justification of a democratic rule of law; it also suggests a series of practical recommendations on how to improve the functioning of this form of government.

Key words: democratic proceduralism, material and formal truth, ordeal (lex judicialis), constitutionality of the legislative process

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