On the Joint Omission Principal

Qiu-hua HONG


There are three doctrines regarding the issue of the joint omission principal in academia of overall negative, said a comprehensive, and limited say. And all of these three doctrines have their own advantages and deficiencies as well, and all of them, in general, are unable to explain criminal phenomenon. It can scientifically demonstrate the issue of joint omission principal only from the perspectives of dominated committed and obligation committed. Joint omission principal can only be tenable in the omission field of dominated committed; and joint principal won’t be tenable in the filed of obligation committed or the field combined with both dominated committed and obligation committed. Keywords: joint principal; dominated committed; Pflichtdelikt; omission; and the obligation to make Résumé: Il y a trois doctrines sur la question de principe de négligence collective dans les universités. Et chacune de ces trois doctrines a leurs propres avantages et déficiences, et en général, elles sont tous incapables d'expliquer ce phénomène criminel. On peut démontrer scientifiquement la question de principe de négligence collective seulement du point de vue des dominés et de l'obligation. Le principe de négligence collective ne peut être tenable que dans le domaine de la négligence de dominés, et il ne sera pas tenable dans le domaine de l'obligation ou dans le domaine qui associe à la fois les dominés et l'obligation.Mots-clés: principe collectif; dominée; Pflichtdelikt; négligence, l'obligation de faire

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720100605.009


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