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Law as a Programming Language

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The author draws a parallel between the world of law and the world of the computer. Law accordingly can be seen as a collection of programs, as a programming language—as a programming environment of human society. In this article, the social roles are highlighted in this tripartite system, and the author points to the dangers of turning law from something humanistic into something mechanistic.

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2012-02-01
2016-12-10

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