Functional System of Private Law Principles
Jan Hurdík, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
ILSHS Volume 56, ISSN 2300-2697
The study is a response to: (a) the problem of growing pluralism and disorder of private law principles; (b) the problem of a uniform methodological basis of the formation of a set of private law principles.The study attempts:(a) to simplify the methodological approach to principles of private law; (b) to allow a better orientation in the structure of the principles; (c) to arrange the existing private law principles into a functional system. Using a procedurally genetic paradigm and the dialectical method, it aims to formulate a system based on fundamental values originating in the roots of the private law regulation.
Hurdík, J. (2015). Functional System of Private Law Principles. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, 56, 50-57.