This book analyses the features and functionality of the relationship between the law, individual or collective values and medical-scientific evidence when they have to be interpreted by judges, courts and para-jurisdictional bodies. The various degrees to which scientific data and moral values have been integrated into the legal discourse reveal the need for a systematic review of the options and solutions that judges have elaborated on. In turn, the book presents a systematic approach, based on a proposed pattern for classifying these various degrees, together with an in-depth analysis of the multi-layered role of jurisdictions and the means available to them for properly handling new legal demands arising in plural societies. The book outlines a model that makes it possible to focus on and address these issues in a sustainable manner, that is, to respond to individual requests and technological advances in the field of biolaw by consistently and effectively applying suitable legal instruments and jurisdictional interpretation.​

Axiological Pluralism. Jurisdiction, Law-Making and Pluralisms / Busatta, Lucia; Casonato, Carlo. - STAMPA. - (2021), pp. 1-252.

Axiological Pluralism. Jurisdiction, Law-Making and Pluralisms

Busatta, Lucia;Casonato, Carlo
2021

Abstract

This book analyses the features and functionality of the relationship between the law, individual or collective values and medical-scientific evidence when they have to be interpreted by judges, courts and para-jurisdictional bodies. The various degrees to which scientific data and moral values have been integrated into the legal discourse reveal the need for a systematic review of the options and solutions that judges have elaborated on. In turn, the book presents a systematic approach, based on a proposed pattern for classifying these various degrees, together with an in-depth analysis of the multi-layered role of jurisdictions and the means available to them for properly handling new legal demands arising in plural societies. The book outlines a model that makes it possible to focus on and address these issues in a sustainable manner, that is, to respond to individual requests and technological advances in the field of biolaw by consistently and effectively applying suitable legal instruments and jurisdictional interpretation.​
Cham, Switzerland
Springer
978-3-030-78474-4
Axiological Pluralism. Jurisdiction, Law-Making and Pluralisms / Busatta, Lucia; Casonato, Carlo. - STAMPA. - (2021), pp. 1-252.
Busatta, Lucia; Casonato, Carlo
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