Esta es un versión antigua publicada el 2021-11-02. Consulte la versión más reciente.

HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL-MENTAL ORIGINS OF LEGAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE UKRAINIAN PEOPLE

Autores/as

  • Oleg Gennadievich Danilyan
  • Oleksandr Petrovych Dzeban
  • Yurii Yuriiovych Kalynovskyi
  • Yevhen A. Hetman

Resumen

The article analyzes the historical, legal,
cultural and mental origins of the legal
consciousness of the Ukrainian people.
Historical examples of law-making and law
enforcement in Ukraine testified to the
tendencies of formation of democratic legal
consciousness of the Ukrainian people. The
constants of this type of legal consciousness
are the desire for freedom, rejection of
injustice, the struggle for legal equality in
the national community and so on. At the
same time, the legal consciousness of
Ukrainians is characterized by “moderate
anarchism”, the orientation in public
relations is more on customs and traditions
than on the rules of law. The Lithuanian
Statute, Magdeburg Law, Cossack
(corporate) law, and the adoption of Pylyp
Orlyk’s Constitution played an important
role in the development of the institutional
legal consciousness of the Ukrainian people.

Descargas

Publicado

2021-11-02

Versiones

Número

Sección

Artículos

Artículos más leídos del mismo autor/a