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Vol. 2010, No. 45-46

Editorial
Independent magazine devoted to critical intellectual discourse
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Restriction of power in free and democratic society – Liber Amicorum in honor of professor's Šturm jubilee
On the occasion of life anniversary of prof. dr. Lovro Šturm
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Public (Official) Authority – Limitations and Exceptions Pursuant to the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU
141
Historical and Juridical Analysis of the Revolutionary Acts of 16 September 1941
33
Curriculum Vitae in Opus
45
Curriculum Vitae in Opus
51
Constitutional court decisions concerning the complaints of human rights violation – only after the free decision about their admission in the court?
Proposal for constitutional changes and strengthened constitutional discourse
75
The Individual’s Access to Constitutional Courts
91
One historical and two current remarks about the reform of the Constitutional Court
108
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution, Discretion in Selecting Petitions and Constitutional Complaints for Examination, and Privileged Applicants
115
Constitutional dilemmas concerning the Arbitration agreement regarding the border between Slovenia and Croatia
An Irreducible Epistemic Core of Slovenian Statehood?
140
Arbitration agreement, constitutionality and sovereignty
151
How to Meet Demands Arising from the Constitutional Court's Opinion on the Arbitration Agreement?
166
The nature of the Arbitration agreement
182
Constitutional Control of the Arbitration agreement between Slovenia and Croatia
189
Discussions
Individual and family community risk
193
The Jurisprudential Nature of Human Rights
215
Human dignity and ethical stance of reporters
243
The European Union has given a New Contract
254
Legal Argumentation and the Challenges of Modern Europe
International Conference on Legal Argumentation, Nova Gorica, 15 - 16 October 2009
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Antinomy between the General Principles of Law
275
National and International Value Systems, Fundamental Human Rights and Law
291
The (Ir)rationality of Judicial Decision-Making: the Typological Argument against a Rigid Separation between the Context of Discovery and the Context of Justification of Legal Decision
307