Towards a Justice System with Low Entropy and Order Through: Reconstruction of Norm Construction Persons, Caps, Norm Construction Methods and Periodical Table of the Juridical Elements
Orlando I. Martínez-García
Abogados de America Law Offices
July 5, 2007
The justice system has an abundance of norms that make the system complex with a high degree of entropy complicating the efficiency of the system and of empirical studies. Using Puerto Rico as a sample, four recommendations for reducing entropy are presented. The first recommendation involves the restructuring of norm-construction bodies. The second recommendation is the establishment of caps in norm construction. The third recommendation will bring to the law a method for converting words into numbers through grammatical content analysis and numbers into images through social network analysis, both with existing software available. The fourth recommendation is the most interesting for its beauty and proven reliability in chemistry, the methodological development of a table of the juridical elements. The recommendations are aesthetically attractive and effective for the empirical theorist and the practitioners of the legal profession.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 22
Keywords: chemistry, complexity, entropy, grammatical content analysis, social networks, software, table of the elements
JEL Classification: C51, C81, C88, K30, K40working papers series
Date posted: July 6, 2007
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