LA GENESI FILANGIERIANA E LA SCOMPARSA HEGELIANA DEL DIRITTO ALLA RICERCA DELLA FELICITÀ
di Romina Amicolo
(Ordine degli Avvocati di Napoli)


2016_II_Dottrina_Amicolo

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Abstract

The real reason for the disappearance of the “happiness” from the scope of jurisprudence and political philosophy, is not its subjectivity and its subsequent “non-existence” , but the suppression of civil society by the dialectic of Hegel. The genesis of the right to happiness in the thought of Filangieri shows that only the recovery of civil society, as sphere of reciprocity and relationality, allows the reaffirmation of the right to happiness, not only in the constitution, as expression and product of democracy, but also in economics. The goal is “civil economy”, as an individual and collective well-being.