Comparative Methodology and Pluralism in Legal Comparison in a Global Age

@inproceedings{Scarciglia2015ComparativeMA,
  title={Comparative Methodology and Pluralism in Legal Comparison in a Global Age},
  author={Roberto Scarciglia},
  year={2015}
}
  • Roberto Scarciglia
  • Published 2015
This article grew to look deeper into the relationship between different methodological tools in comparative law enquiries. There are several factors that currently affect these enquiries, such as the emergence of new spheres of normativity and transnational actors determining a new configuration of the relationship between centre and periphery. Different forms and visions of legal pluralism could characterise a cultural tradition and different ways, in which existing nations, which have a… CONTINUE READING

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