The methods that exist to justify the reasonableness of a particular argument in legal discourse are varied. But in this work we will not deal with discussing all of them. We are interested in one that has had, in the legal philosophy of the last century, a remarkable importance: the theory of legal reasoning of Neil MacCormick (1941-2009). Specifically, this book focuses on a controversial and little-explored aspect of his theory: consequentialist legal reasoning.
This book is published in the year that commemorates the Bicentennial of our declaration of independence from our country, proclaimed on July 28, 1821 by General San Martín, when Peru was still subject to the colonial domination of Spain. It addresses aspects related to the constitutional design, evolution and operation of various institutions of the Peruvian political regime, seeking to analyze the relationships and conflicts that are established between the Government and Parliament.
This manual analyzes the fundamentals of banking activity and its importance for citizens and businesses, as well as the scope of consumer rights in the banking field. In addition, it presents the evolution of Fintech services in Peru and its importance in the massification of access to financial services. The manual also develops the mechanisms to prevent and solve controversies in consumer relations in the banking sphere, both from the public sector and from the private sector; and, explains the benefits generated by regulatory compliance programs , which are so necessary today to deal responsibly with large-scale consumer relationships.
This book seeks to resolve the question of what theory should be applied to determine who responds criminally as the author and who as an accomplice in crimes involving more than two people. The answer to this question will be that the theory of the breach of duty should be used from the perspective of the German professor Claus Roxin. To reach such a conclusion, this work will carefully analyze the Peruvian regulations, but especially the most relevant jurisprudence to determine the jurisprudential lines of the Criminal Chambers of the Peruvian Supreme Court.
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