Lenio Luiz Streck
Bio: Lenio Luiz Streck is an academic researcher from Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos. The author has contributed to research in topics: Philosophy & Humanities. The author has an hindex of 7, co-authored 49 publications receiving 292 citations.
Papers published on a yearly basis
27 Jul 2010
TL;DR: The positivismo (nas suas mais diversas facetas) nao conseguiu aceitar a viragem interpretativa ocorrida in this paper.
Abstract: O positivismo (nas suas mais diversas facetas) nao conseguiu aceitar a viragem interpretativa ocorrida na filosofia do direito (invasao da filosofia pela linguagem) e suas consequencias no plano da doutrina e da jurisprudencia. Entao, como e possivel continuar a sustentar o positivismo nesta quadra da historia? Entre tantas perplexidades, parece nao restar duvida de que uma resposta minima pode e deve ser dada a essas indagacoes: o constitucionalismo – nesta sua versao social, compromissoria e dirigente – nao pode repetir equivocos positivistas, proporcionando decisionismos ou discricionariedades interpretativas.
TL;DR: In this paper, a recent polemica vem sendo travada no Supremo Tribunal Federal a partir da Reclamacao 4335-5/AC, a partire da qual, poderse-a chegar, a nova concepcao, nao somente do controle daconstitucionalidade no Brasil, mas tambem de poder constituinte, de equilibrio, of equilibria entre os Poderes da Republica e de sistema federativo.
Abstract: O artigo pretende abordar a recente polemica que vem sendo travada no Supremo Tribunal Federal a partir da Reclamacao 4335-5/AC, a partir da qual, poder-se-a chegar, a uma nova concepcao, nao somente do controle da constitucionalidade no Brasil, mas tambem de poder constituinte, de equilibrio entre os Poderes da Republica e de sistema federativo.
TL;DR: In this paper, a judge in some representative American jurisdiction is assumed to accept the main uncontroversial constitutive and regulative rules of the law in his jurisdiction and to follow earlier decisions of their court or higher courts whose rationale, as l
Abstract: 1.. HARD CASES 5. Legal Rights A. Legislation . . . We might therefore do well to consider how a philosophical judge might develop, in appropriate cases, theories of what legislative purpose and legal principles require. We shall find that he would construct these theories in the same manner as a philosophical referee would construct the character of a game. I have invented, for this purpose, a lawyer of superhuman skill, learning, patience and acumen, whom I shall call Hercules. I suppose that Hercules is a judge in some representative American jurisdiction. I assume that he accepts the main uncontroversial constitutive and regulative rules of the law in his jurisdiction. He accepts, that is, that statutes have the general power to create and extinguish legal rights, and that judges have the general duty to follow earlier decisions of their court or higher courts whose rationale, as l
27 Jan 2016
TL;DR: The Do Not Track Kids Act as discussed by the authors would require operators of children directed websites to include an eraser button to remove user posted content and would penalize mom and pop run sites unable to afford the financial and technological resources to comply with the mandate.
Abstract: Will Facebook and similar posting sites soon come to an end from hefty civil fines and consent decrees? Is Internet discourse at risk? That may be the case if lawmakers succeed in passing the Do Not Track Kids Act. As drafted, the law would require operators of children directed websites to include an eraser button to remove user posted content and would penalize mom and pop run sites unable to afford the financial and technological resources to comply with the mandate. This Note argues that if enacted, the law would constitute a presumptively impermissible burden on Free Speech under the First Amendment and should be subject to strict scrutiny.
01 Jan 2015
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present an analysis of the social and legal phenomena that give cause to the historical evolution of Brazilian State and its jurisdiction in the conjecture of redemocratization, mark of the guarantees and fundamental rights.
Abstract: The present thesis is inserted in the research line of Constitucionalism and the Law Production, as the initial result of the research made in the graduate studies in stricto sensu course on the doctorate level at “Universidade do Vale do Itajaí – UNIVALI” as well as in Alicante Universidade de Alicante, Spain, given that the present work is the result of the double degree convention between both universities. The Research begins with an analysis of the social and legal phenomena that give cause to the historical-evolutionary State process, aimed at the jurisdictional activity, defining and characterizing the State and jurisdiction in the global context, starting with the Liberal State, moving on to the Welfare State and extending to the Democratic Rule of Law, theme necessary to understand the current format of the jurisdiction and its forms of conflict resolution existing nowadays. In the sequence, the study is driven to the analysys of Brazilian State and its jurisdiction in the conjecture of redemocratization, mark of the guarantees and fundamental rights. Deserving highlights the fundamental right of the Acess to Justice which, tied to the abscense of a political structure, contributing significantly to the dramatic growth of legal claims , one of the reasons of the current crisis in the Judiciary. Building a reflection on the causes and consequences in the culture of conflict resolution through the endured judicial method, pointing out alternative methods as important ways to achieve a new vision and composition in the dispute's settlement field. Adding the data originated from the National Council of Justice (CNJ), with the results of the judiciary initiatives in the use of alternative methods, notably the Medition an Conciliation, encouraged by the mentioned council. Basing on these data, a reflection on the relevance of the insertion and institutionalization of the Alternative Methods for the resistant conflict's pacification in the brazilian Jurisdiction is brought up, showing them as tools that enable the effective operation of the judiciary towards the society, assumption that bases the State's action aimed to the general good, happiness and social satisfaction, materializing, this way, the desired social function of the Democratic Rule of Law.