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Anastasia Marinopoulou

science as the major autopoietic process for the system of science, it accomplishes the fortification of the input of science towards its own complex contingencies. Critical theory allows the political to act as the accountability regulator for science that examines and intervenes into discontinuities. Such an input on the part of critical theory acts as the mediating factor that not only reinforces systems’ differentiation, but also, due to differentiating processes, serves as a binding force for systems’ environment.13 Luhmann’s denunciation of consciousness

in Critical theory and epistemology
The many autonomies of private law
Gunther Teubner

nationalisation had never required a resolution of the problems of conflicting regulatory rationales, but privatisation and the creation of new regulators flushed this question out into the open. 65 Privatisation has created new tensions which have had recourse to private litigation as one arena for conflict resolution. 66 Explosive

in Critical theory and legal autopoiesis