Prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Buksiński
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
English abstract: The article describes two opposing theories of legislation and jurisprudence in the global age: multicentrism and monocentrism. The first one claims that a new legal system at the supra-state level is emerging, which must take into consideration varied legal traditions. The second one stresses that certain fundamental principles must be shared today by all people. It seems that the ultimate goal of jurisprudence is to create a system of laws that reconciles multitude and diversity with unity.
Keywords: multicentrism, monocentrism, theory of legislation
Published: Number 1(10)/2015, pp. 5-13
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