Philosophy of stigmatization in law

2019;
: 111-114
Authors:
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Institute of Jurisprudence and Psychology, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law

The peculiarity of stigmatization in law is determined by the fact that the moral, valuable, and spiritual aspects of the human being, which can be destroyed under the influence of stigmatizing stereotypes, are accumulated in the legal field. It is emphasized that selfstigmatization of a person has a tendency to a certain trampling of himself, which is usually going on under the influence of society and social surroundings. The special features and types of destigmatization of certain categories of persons in the natural and legal environment are analyzed. Socio-psychological work on adaptation of individuals through actualizing psychoanalysis and communicative peculiarities of law is characterized.

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