Actualities of Moralization of Contract Law

Morait, Branko (2016) Actualities of Moralization of Contract Law. Časopis - Društveni ogledi, 3 (1). pp. 55-76. ISSN 2303-5706

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Summary: Morality is not acquired characteristic of a person. One is not born as a moral person, as he is born with some innate, natural laws, that can never be taken away from him. If, however, they are forcefully taken away, they keep returning again and again, in the same form and capacity. A person is virtuous or he is not. Predominant number of individuals in one social group that behave morally make up the group’s morals. However, in the essence of the matter, there is no such thing as a collective morality, just like there is no collective guilt. It is unthinkable to mark members of certain or religious group as moral and immoral, if all they are doing is obeying moral norms or codes. Morality is the way that a person treats goodness, that is, customs of goodness. Obeying these moral codes is what makes up his moral stance and moral behavior. The contract on consumer credit in Swiss francs undermining the stability of the banking market. The moral behavior of the participants of this contractual relationship would stop the current controversy.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Časopis - Društveni Ogledi
Depositing User: Mrs. Emina Mekic
Date Deposited: 20 Jul 2016 13:54
Last Modified: 22 Jul 2016 08:57

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