PL EN


2012 | 2 | 293-299
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Kodeks pracy czy kodeks pracownika?

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The employment code or the code for workers?
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So-called “codes” were intended to be tools regulating social positions but they do not meet general expectations in the current form. They contain lots of semantic and construction defects, and they are, above all, strongly relativised. It gives their commentators plenty of possibilities to manipulate the regulations existing in codes in a decidedly arbitrary way. The formal parts of the code do not display their subjective character, which negatively impinges on their social reception itself. The future editing of codes has to go in the direction of “homo-hominis”, but not in their excessive formalisation. The herewith draft has made up only modest illustration of a considerably wider phenomenon culturally called “an excessive formalisation of social life, simultaneously with tendentiousness of its reception”.
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