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Legal pluralism in the world society
in Critical theory and legal autopoiesis
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This chapter examines the idea of ‘living law’ proposed by the legal scholar Eugen Ehrlich, contrasting it with the Pax Americana of Bill Clinton. It argues that while Ehrlich’s idea proved to be wrong as regards the national law of Austria, it will yet turn out to be right, both empirically and normatively, as regards the newly emerging global law.

Critical theory and legal autopoiesis

The case for societal constitutionalism

Editor: Diana Göbel



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