The English Awakening of Santi Romano’s Ordiamento Giuridico: a Review of The Legal Order
Originally published in 1917, Romano's Legal Order is a seminal work of legal pluralism, legal institutionalism and legal philosophy. Romano's work seeks to accomplish the fundamental task of providing a coherent basic definition of the law, which is workable from a systemic perspective. More than a century after its first publications, Romano's work is now available as a primary source to English speaking audiences. This review provides a brief summary of Romano's seminal work, as translated by Croce, and puts the work in light of recent publications and contemporary legal theory and challenges. The subject matter may be of relevance to anyone interested in legal theory, systems analysis and legal pluralism.
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