Reflexiones en torno a las funciones de la condena por daños extrapatrimoniales a la persona a partir del estudio de la "iniuria" del derecho romano clásico

The protection of personal rights in contemporary law by the compensation of damages in law, generated the question of what role is called to play the civil liability by the imposition of such compensation. And because of the nature of the affected interests and the use of equitable discretion on qu... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Sánchez Hernández, Luis Carlos
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Externado de Colombia 2012
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Laburpena: The protection of personal rights in contemporary law by the compensation of damages in law, generated the question of what role is called to play the civil liability by the imposition of such compensation. And because of the nature of the affected interests and the use of equitable discretion on quantification of this damages, is impossible to attribute it a function to compensation of damages. The study of private crime of iniuria in classical Roman law could provide solutions to this problem, as it was structured to repress behaviors that violated the psychophysical integrity, honor and good name; condemning who committed to pay a monetary award in favor of the victim and with a punitive or afflictive function. Thus, considering the closeness between iniuria and compensation of damages in law, we can say that the role of the second one is both satisfying and punitive.