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 DAN LUPASCU Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2013, Abstract: The matrimonial regime is ruled by two perspectives, the Roman law and the German one. The Romanian concepts were taken from the French law. The new Romanian Civil Code is characterized by the special attention it pays to the regulation of spouses' patrimonial relationships, ant it therefore abandons the exclusivist conception and enacts several matrimonial regimes, namely: a) the regime of legal community; b) the regime of separation of assets; c) the regime of separation of assets with participation to acquisitions; d) the regime of conventional community. The matrimonial convention represents the legal document by which future spouses, or, as the case may be, current spouses, resorting to the liberty they have been conferred by the legislator, determine their own matrimonial regime or, as the case may be, modify their applicable matrimonial regime.
 Horst Heidbrink Journal für Psychologie , 2007, Abstract: Within the last years the psychological interest in the issue of friendship has evidently risen. This article gives an overview of the current research on friendship whereas within this outline, new - partially unpublished research results from the Institute of Psychology at the University of Hagen - are presented. The Research Colloquium “Interpersonal Relationships”1 particularly focused on gender differences. Moreover the cultural dependence of amicable relationships is discussed in detail.
 Elisavet Grigoriadou Intellectum , 2009, Abstract: A story about friendship, secret relationships with an unexpected ending.
 Nadia Cerasela ANITEI Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2012, Abstract: By adopting Law no. 287 of July 17, 2009 on the Civil Code republished by Law no. 71/2011 the new Civil Code is subject to the modern legislations tendencies to create a triple balance in terms of property relations between spouses by means of the matrimonial property regimes established:1. between spouses: through the appearance of matrimonial agreements, which have led to the adoption of more flexible legal rules which allow spouses a certain freedom to choose the regime of patrimonial relations between them;2. within the family: to protect the interests of the family, they resorted to mandatory rules providing for limitations and prohibitions (art.321-322 on the family home – a new notion in the Romanian law, art.316 on the acts of disposal seriously threatening family interests);3. between family and society-third parties: by establishing formal requirements of legal acts, including matrimonial agreements to be concluded by notarial act that must be given to publicity afterwards.Also, considering the fact that Romania is a member state of the European Union and that more and more Romanian people are living abroad or marry foreigners, we consider the harmonization of legislation in order to determine the law applicable to such relationships as a highly important requirement.Given these issues we will devote the present study: to primary qualification of the matrimonial regime notion.
 Dhananjay P. Mehendale Mathematics , 2005, Abstract: We propose a generalization of Halls marriage theorem. The generalization given here provides a necessary sufficient condition for arranging a successful friendship among n number of k sets. We define multimatrix, multideterminant, multideterminantal monomials, and show that the existence of a nonzero multideterminantal monomial implies the desired existence of a successful friendship. Every nonzero multideterminantal monomial represents a possible way to achieve a successful friendship. A generalization of Mengers theorem and that of some minimax theorems is stated.
 Mathematics , 2013, Abstract: In this paper, we show that several graph parameters are known in different areas under completely different names. More specifically, our observations connect signed domination, monopolies, $\alpha$-domination, $\alpha$-independence, positive influence domination, and a parameter associated to fast information propagation in networks to parameters related to various notions of global $r$-alliances in graphs. We also propose a new framework, called (global) $(D,O)$-alliances, not only in order to characterize various known variants of alliance and domination parameters, but also to suggest a unifying framework for the study of alliances and domination. Finally, we also give a survey on the mentioned graph parameters, indicating how results transfer due to our observations.
 Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2008000100010 Abstract: the present text proposes a discussion on the concept of true friendship. the argument is grounded mostly on aristotle's nicomachean ethics, owen flanagan's ethics as human ecology, and on contemporary authors' works about the greek philosopher's concept of friendship. given that human beings flourish through 1) exercising capacities, 2) being moral, and 3) having true friendships, difficulties to establish the level of trust required by true friendships turns the search itself (for them) morally valid.
 Diane Jeske Les Ateliers de l’éthique , 2008, Abstract: Friendship and other intimate relationships have created difficulties for moral philosophers. While morality seems to require us to remain impartial between persons, friendship seems to generate demands or obligations of partiality toward our intimates. But the difficulty can be removed once we cease to focus on categorizing reasons as moral or non-moral. This tendency to divide reasons into categories of moral vs. non-moral leads us to give those that we label ‘moral’ pride of place and to assume that the category must be uniform. If we abandon these assumptions, then reasons of intimacy or friendship will no longer be so puzzling. We will then be able to see that all reasons, in the end, are importantly egocentric, and that deliberation must always proceed from an egocentric perspective.
 Hale ？？vg？n Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2012, Abstract: When the Second Constitution Era was declared by the Committee of Union and Progress theidea of establishing a nation-state wasn’t developed yet. However, the Committee of Union and Progresshad found common ground with the Balkan nations. This was to overthrow the regime of Abdul Hamid.It was thought that declaration of the Constitution would solve all the problems in the Balkans. However,contrary to expectations, atmosphere of peace and friendship lasted for a very short. Non-Muslims wereconcerned about the awakening of the Empire under the leadership of the Turkish majority. This wouldthreaten the privileges of religious communities that organized under the “millet” system. Non-Turkishsocieties were afraid of centralization and Turkification policies of the Committee of Union and Progress.To prevent this, they were relied on the states such as England, France, Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy. it was known that those states wouldn’t take kindly to Turkish affords that wouldchallenge their hegomony in the region. These states were concerned that they will lose their acquiredrights in the Ottoman Empire.In this study, the Committee of Union and Progress’s centralization and Turkification policiesin the economy, education and foreign policy areas and the purpose of “the Unity of the Elements”( ttihad- Anas r) will be analyzed. And the alliances formed against the Ottoman Empire as a resultof these policies will be studied.
 Mathematics , 2013, Abstract: A set $S$ of vertices of a graph $G$ is a defensive $k$-alliance in $G$ if every vertex of $S$ has at least $k$ more neighbors inside of $S$ than outside. This is primarily an expository article surveying the principal known results on defensive alliances in graph. Its seven sections are: Introduction, Computational complexity and realizability, Defensive $k$-alliance number, Boundary defensive $k$-alliances, Defensive alliances in Cartesian product graphs, Partitioning a graph into defensive $k$-alliances, and Defensive $k$-alliance free sets.
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