This is the first book to consider German sociologist Niklas
Luhmann's social theory in a critical legal context. His theory is
introduced here both in terms of society at large and the legal
system specifically, and the book reveals the aporetic structure of
autopoiesis, aligning it with postmodern approaches to law. Readers
will find it operates both as an introduction to the relevance of
Luhmann's social theory for law, as well as a critical response to
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