This is an interesting passage from John M. Najemy (2006) A History of Florence. It discusses how some forms of law emerged to control the elite. Elite
In a functionally differentiated society, there is no moral center; it is a not a center/periphery society or a top-down, stratified society. While center/periphery and high/low distinctions still operate, they are overruled by functional differentiation.
Preventing the political system from overstraining the carrying capacity of the encompassing regime of functional differentiation means making this system bearable by individual persons who likewise belong to this system’s environment. This is by no means a trivial requirement
This post is related to previous posts on the legal system, as well as the political system. Notes on “International Law in a Post-Post-Cold War
This is more global brain wave research. When looking deeper into the legal system, in addition to human rights, another 2-gram we can look at is
This post attempts to continue the global brain research. Under stratified social order, duties are far more important than rights. In stratified society, duties come along