Belgium Flemish Literature

Belgium Flemish Literature

The Van Nu en Straks group (“Of today and tomorrow”) – which, in the years around 1900, had emancipated Flemish literature and raised it to European levels by virtue of a double synthesis, that of the various literary trends of the end of the century and that of all the faculties of man in art did not know how to bar the way, inside and outside, nor to aesthetics (K.…

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Belgium Criminal, Commercial and International Law

Belgium International Law

Criminal law. – The general principles that inspire the Belgian penal code of 9 June 1867 are common to most European states; rather, it is better to insist on the modifications that were brought about by applying the most recent criminological doctrines. The offenses, distinguished according to the severity of the penalties into crimes, offenses and fines, suppose together a material element and a psychic element. This system, based on…

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