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Dias R. W. M. (1980) Autopoiesis and the judicial process. In: Benseler F., Hejl P. M. & Köck W. K. (eds.) Autopoiesis, communication, and society: The theory of autopoietic systems in the social sciences. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt: 163–184. Fulltext at
Excerpt: Subjectivity in “knowing” is not new to lawyers. This paper, like the address on which it is based, is designed to demonstrate to non-lawyers that this is the very problem with which lawyers have constantly to grapple, and all that an examination of legal techniques can reveal is the paramount importance to them of consensual domains. How these should be identified is another matter.

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