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Gabrio Forti

Gabrio Forti
Vita e Pensiero

Gabrio Forti, Professore ordinario di Diritto penale e Criminologia, è Direttore dell'Alta Scuola “Federico Stella” sulla Giustizia penale e la Politica criminale dell’Università Cattolica del S.C. di Milano ed è stato Preside della Facoltà di Giurisprudenza della stessa Università fino al 2018. Dopo un periodo di lavoro come funzionario presso la Commissione delle Comunità Europee a Bruxelles, ha insegnato nelle Facoltà di Giurisprudenza dell’Università degli Studi di Sassari e dell’Università Cattolica di Piacenza. Ha coordinato e coordina vari progetti di ricerca ed è membro del comitato scientifico di riviste giuridiche e culturali. Tra i temi principali affrontati nelle sue pubblicazioni (che comprendono varie monografie e un’ampia produzione saggistica in campo giuridico e criminologico): la responsabilità penale colposa, la criminalità economica e organizzata, i delitti contro la pubblica amministrazione, la rappresentazione mediatica del crimine, la metodologia dell’integrazione interdisciplinare tra diritto penale e criminologia, le questioni di teoria della giustizia di rilevanza politico-criminale, il rapporto tra giustizia e letteratura, i problemi della responsabilità medico-chirurgica.


Titoli dell'autore

Bagliori nel ‘vetro’ giuridico dal mare della misericordia digital Bagliori nel ‘vetro’ giuridico dal mare della misericordia
Anno: 2017
The idea of mercy can be highly inspiring also in the field of law, although, like every scholar or practitioner not initiated in theology, the legal professional too cannot expect to easily find guidelines and orientations for his specialized skills and knowledge drawing upon the huge treasures of religious wisdom...
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Discorso introduttivo digital Discorso introduttivo
Anno: 2012
ABSTRACT: While introducing, as Dean of the Faculty of Law, the presentation of the Studies in Honour of Mario Romano, are outlined the academic career as criminal law professor for over forty years and some remarkable scholarly as well as personal traits of the honoured, which contributed to the overall enrichment he has brought to the university life and to the work of many fellow scholars. A special mention deserves how he has always been ready to help young researchers in their lives and careers and his cherishing an ideal of humanism, to be meant as eagerness to ever preserve the patience and the time needed for thought and personal conscience. KEY WORDS: studies in honour, academic career, criminal law, humanism.
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«Concezione pubblica della giustizia» e regolazione penale dell’impresa digital «Concezione pubblica della giustizia» e regolazione penale dell’impresa
Anno: 2011
ABSTRACT: Italian criminal law of corporations has undergone in 2002 a large reform which poses serious problems as to its compatibility with principles of justice and economic democracy. Despite the “liberal” attitudes overtly voiced at the time of its inception, it contradicts one of the main features of a developed, not merely traditional, sort of liberalism, namely the awareness of the strict need to survey and check power (especially economic, fi nancial and industrial power) in its tendency to be opaquely concentrated in few hands. First and foremost in any consideration of public justice should be the equality in the distribution of relevant knowledges. As criminologists well know, white collar crime thrives in the dark but darkness in turn makes legal business and institutions blind to illegality and criminality. Contemporary criminal law scholars can no more afford to neglect how the wider cultural, institutional and economic environments, which encompass the scope of their professional decisions, is apt to defi ne also the “justice” thereof, especially when criminal law impinges on economic relations and therefore on the conditions (not rarely themselves worth a criminal law’s protection) of an adequate knowledge distribution among stakeholders and common citizens. KEY WORDS: theory of justice, criminal law, economic regulation, corporate crimes, white collars SOMMARIO: 0. In ricordo di Armando Bartulli – 1. Il liberalismo come «arte della separazione» – 2. Diritto penale dell’economia e «giustizia di sfondo». Il diritto penale «degno di fi ducia» – 3. La distribuzione «giusta» delle informazioni tra gli attori sociali – 4. Disciplina penale-societaria e condizioni di una democrazia economica.
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Il potere segreto della metamorfosi. «Magie» criminali e controllo penale dell’occulto digital Il potere segreto della metamorfosi. «Magie» criminali e controllo penale dell’occulto
Anno: 2009
When dealing «magic» criminal law and criminology cannot help thinking of secrecy and its use as means of exerting and maintaining social power and of law as a protection against any vulnerability stemming from the exploitation of situations which allow people to hide information and keep them secret and mysterious. The common attraction for crime and crime stories has also somewhat to do with the fascination of magic and secrecy. While any «magician» trying to preserve for himself the privilege of «metamorphose» and denying it to other should be kept in check, lawmakers should however avoid using too loosely criminal law against such «hidden persuaders»: legal rules trying to encompass and punish the wide range of these phenomena are exposed to criticism as often lacking the required precision. Current criminal rules (e.g. false pretences, fraud, assault, conspiracy, etc.) should provide an adequate protection against undue influences and manipulations in most situations. Paramount to establish resilience any kind of magic an occult practices are transparency of institutions and a constant public screening thereof, as well adequate spreading of knowledge and education among citizen.
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«La nostra arte è un essere abbagliati dalla verità». L’apporto delle discipline penalistiche nella costruzione della dignità umana digital «La nostra arte è un essere abbagliati dalla verità». L’apporto delle discipline penalistiche nella costruzione della dignità umana
Anno: 2008
A definition of human dignity is extremely difficult and controversial to achieve. However for the criminal lawyer such a task should be somewhat alleviated by the «light» of a kind of «truth» stemming from prisons, namely from an environment where dignity is put under extreme stress and a tight bundle of principles have been devised in order to keep inhumanity constantly under check. Such hints arising out of penitentary law and experience suggest a widening of the role of criminal law in bolstering human dignity well beyond the protection of a mere kantian idea of dignity, however paramount its consideration it may be, as expressed in the Italian and German constitutional judicature (e.g. in the Bundesverfassungsgericht decision on the use of force against plane hijackings) and in the condemnation of any kind of torture. Scope and aim of criminal law in this field should be more far-reaching and encompass a protection against the many lacks of empowerment suffered by human beings even in the most advanced western societies (epitomized and symbolized by the feeblenesses of people living in prisons), including those arising from epistemic injustices, which put some of the major hindrances to human development and rights.
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Alla ricerca di un luogo per la laicità: il «potenziale di verità» di una democrazia liberale digital Alla ricerca di un luogo per la laicità: il «potenziale di verità» di una democrazia liberale
Anno: 2007
The essay is intended as a kind of meta-analysis, from a mainly criminal law perspective, of laicism and mutual tolerance principles in latemodern societies, getting beyond the formal approach to these themes, which has traditionally been focused solely on the legal guarantee of an outward respect by States and among citizens for minority faiths and beliefs. Liberal democracies, made aware of the need – stemming also, ad J. Habermas puts it, by and «aberrant modernization» – to draw upon different religious and moral beliefs in order to preserve their same normative and cultural foundations, should then bolster up the «potential for truth» of citizens and thus foster a widespread «interest in truth» rather than the idea of people sharing unique identities. A task which, in turn, requires as prerequisite equality of rights, enhancement of human capabilities and social cooperation. Such active social policy involvement even by liberal States has become more and more urgent in view of the recent drift of criminal laws towards «zero tolerance» and «enemy oriented» policies, which, besides being both the effect and a major further cause of the weakening of vital social bonds, are hardly contained solely by the liberal rule of law and rather pose a powerful threat to a credible maintenance thereof.
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