Recognition of marriage and the free movement of workers in the European Union

 

This article is to a great extent inspired by a recent guest lecture which was given by Dr Jens M. Scherpe[1] in my class on Comparative Law in the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Catholic University of Leuven ) in Belgium where I am doing my Erasmus program. Normally, Family Law does not fall under my current specialization in the faculty of law, but the problematic discourse/the problem of the discourse we had in class seemed too important in the context of our European society just to lay aside. For this reason, I decided to do a summary and present one of the main problems in today’s European Family. Continue reading “Recognition of marriage and the free movement of workers in the European Union”

La Politique d’Identité et la mort de la Pensée Critique

Le déclin de la pensée présent dans la politique de nos jours se manifeste microcosmiquement dans cet article post-Brexit: « Malgré le vote écrasant pour quitter l’UE, Cornwall – un bénéficiaire important des fonds de l’Union Européenne au cours des deux dernières décennies – a immédiatement exigé une garantie Westminster de leur argent européen … Étonnamment, aucune confirmation n’a encore été émise par Theresa May »1. Continue reading “La Politique d’Identité et la mort de la Pensée Critique”

Sunrise shakes

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Sunrise shakes

These few lines are the beginning of a new experience, born to share ideas, sensations, feelings and knowledge, with the eyes focused on the whole world.

<< Everything has already begun before, the first line of the first page of every tale refers to something already happened out of the book >>.
Italo Calvino

Sunrise leads to a new world or another perspective, everything beginning from myself. Continue reading “Sunrise shakes”