I tre pilastri della globalizzazione del diritto

CatturaDOMENICO DI MICCO – CDCT Working Paper 16-2013/CTL7

Abstract: Peculiarities and differences of cultures that, until yesterday, fuelled the dynamic of the world, seem abruptly to give way to processes of homologation of human vicissitudes. Scientific and technological innovations, together with economic growth, push human consciousness into a new, unexplored environment. Man is forced to reconsider the extension of the world, the interactions between cultures, the movements of persons, peoples, goods, and the transformation of the legacy of the past which all human societies are currently undergoing. This silent revolution has established itself in the economic and sociological literature since the last decade of the XX century, although a shared definition of the concept of globalisation is lacking, apart from the reference to a sort of inextricable network or relationships strengthened by mutual and functional interdependencies. In this context, the task of the law is to provide new overarching frameworks for the times to come and for these new spaces, renewing itself both in terms of content and perception of its role. 

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