Law’s Entities: Complexity, Plasticity and Justice
Grear, A. (2013). Law’s Entities: Complexity, Plasticity and Justice. Jurisprudence, 4(1). (Forthcoming).
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In the early twenty-first century, and looking beyond it, the landscapes of law’s operation are characterised by a growing degree of complexity and pressure. Law is called upon to coordinate relations in a world facing a significant complexities produced by a convergence between bio-technological developments capable of transforming the very conditions of life itself, climate-change pressures and the threat of the collapse of bio-diversity and eco-systems, and intensifying global inter-dependencies deepening vulnerability on a whole set of scales and measures.
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