In law studies, we discussed Max Scheler’s excellent book “Problems of Sociology of Knowledge”. Among other things, the author tried to determine why there was no industrial revolution in ancient Greece, even though the level of mathematical and engineering knowledge was already sufficient to build steam machines and develop thermodynamics.
The law, including civil proceedings, as a kind of knowledge, also has its own sociological aspect, which shows how different societies we live and how different we are going in directions. In some respects, the provisions of Polish civil procedure (in economic matters) are from 2019 exactly at the same point as the provisions of the English procedure in 1833. In 1833, England lifted the prohibition on taking evidence from the hearing of the party. In 2019, Poland banned the taking of evidence from the hearing of the party.
There are two fundamental questions raised by covid-19 business bans: 1. Have the provisions of the relevant regulations , to the extent that they prohibit economic activities, been adopted within the limits of the statutory mandate granted by the Act on combating infectious diseases. The …Business bans due to Covid
I had great pleasure and honor to participate in the Jubilee of Work of Prof. Andrzej Kidyba and even met me with the honor of committing a modest article in the Memorial Book. Prof. Wojciech Katner’s wonderful laudate speech The Excellent Alphabet of Prof. Kidyby …Great Honor
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