After the passion for the system that has characterized the modern age through the canon of “clear and distinct” and after the first wave of post-modern has tried to impose “chaos” as a “rule,” the jurist now confronts with the challenges of an a-systemic and strongly jurisprudential law. We intend to assume the paradigm of the game to attempt a reconstruction of the specificity of today's law (Kerkove-Ost); we intend to highlight the aspect of “staging” and the hermeneutic reconstruction of life through law (Garapon). Law can be understood as a great mirror through which life is observed, analyzed, evaluated, and judged. The Law and Literature approach appears to be particularly useful in this sense. From the texts of Carrol to the works of Kafka, only to give two examples, literature has proposed important moments of reflection that can help us understand the new structure of contemporary law.
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