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Chris Wyatt

-hierarchies) and decentralisation. Centralisation increases the likelihood that organisational structures would succumb to oligarchic control. The growth of administrative apparatus progressively threatens the cooperative spirit in direct proportion to the decline of face-to-face intimacy. Bureaucratisation has, however, been avoided and self-management sustained in the Mondragon system

in Associational anarchism
The many autonomies of private law
Gunther Teubner

affinity to the economy as it is predominantly understood today, but also the close relation between private law and the many contexts of intimacy, health, education, science, religion, art and media. This would lead to a thoroughgoing reflection within private law of the distinctive eigenlogics of these various realms of discourse – a reflection which would encompass their internal rationality as well as

in Critical theory and legal autopoiesis