The Transformations of Modern Law

Les transformations du droit moderne. Introduction aux grands courants du droit contemporain, réalisé pour la Fondation Roi Baudouin, 1998

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Benoit Frydman

Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy; Sciences Po School of Law

Date Written: January 6, 1998

Abstract

A historical and prospective account of the transformations of legal systems and legal thinking on four subjects: global vision of law (paradigm); social contract and the State; justice and the Judges ; legal interactions and interpersonal relationships. The essay covers three periods of time: the roots of modern law; Welfare state and its crisis; the near future. It tests three competitive hypotheses regarding the current transformations affecting the law: the economical model; the procedural model and the communitarian model.

Note: Downloadable document is in French.

Keywords: philosophy of law, jurisprudence, social contract, justice, welfare state

Suggested Citation

Frydman, Benoit, The Transformations of Modern Law (January 6, 1998). Les transformations du droit moderne. Introduction aux grands courants du droit contemporain, réalisé pour la Fondation Roi Baudouin, 1998. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1980652

Benoit Frydman (Contact Author)

Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy ( email )

CP 132 Av FD Roosevelt 50
Brussels, Brussels 1050
Belgium

Sciences Po School of Law ( email )

27 rue Saint-Guillaume
Paris Cedex 07, 75337
France

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