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Law's New Boundaries

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ISBN13: 9780754622024
ISBN: 0754622029
Published: July 2002
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

A collection of papers presented at the workshop ""Consequences of the Autopoietic Law Theory"", held in Cardiff, March 2000. The papers featured in this book have been edited.

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Part I Theorizing autopoietic law: alienating justice - on the surplus value of the 12th camel, Gunther Teubner; the specific autopoiesis of law - between derivative autonomy and generalized paradox, Jean Clam; the representation of law's autonomy in autopoiesis theory, Roger Cotterrell; legitimation between the noise of politics and the order of law - a critique of autopoietic rationality, Jiri Priban; the construction and demolition of the Luhmann heresy, Michael King. Part II Applying autopoietic law theory: autopoiesis and the natural environment, Eric W. Orts; the concept of reflexive labour law - its theoretical background and possible applications, Ralf Rogowski; criminal justice - autopoietic insights, Richard Nobles, David Schiff; modernizing justice inside ""UK PLC"" - Mimesis, de-differentiation and colonization, Tim Murphy; abiding the world - globalism and the Lex Mercatoria, Peter Fitzpatrick; beyond the metaphor of legal transplants? - consequences of autopoietic theory for the study of cross-cultural legal adaptation, David Nelken.