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Time & Law - Is it the nature of law to last? A Conclusion.

Mark Van Hoecke (UGent)
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About conceptions of time (physical time, human time, legal time) and conceptions of time in law (founding time, timeless time of legal doctrine, instant time, longlasting time, consolidation time, voluntarist future time, aleatory time, anarchic time, alternating time). Conceptions of the future (the instant view - no future, the empty view - a completely open future, the half-full view : an open future, party determined by the past). Conclusion : towards a dialectical time conception.
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conceptions of time and future, dialectical time conception

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Van Hoecke, Mark. 1998. “Time & Law - Is It the Nature of Law to Last? A Conclusion.” In Time and Law (Le Temps Et Le Droit), ed. F. Ost, 451–469. Brussel: Bruylant.
APA
Van Hoecke, Mark. (1998). Time & Law - Is it the nature of law to last? A Conclusion. In F. Ost (Ed.), Time and Law (Le temps et le droit) (pp. 451–469). Brussel: Bruylant.
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Van Hoecke M. Time & Law - Is it the nature of law to last? A Conclusion. In: Ost F, editor. Time and Law (Le temps et le droit). Brussel: Bruylant; 1998. p. 451–69.
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Van Hoecke, Mark. “Time & Law - Is It the Nature of Law to Last? A Conclusion.” Time and Law (Le Temps Et Le Droit). Ed. F. Ost. Brussel: Bruylant, 1998. 451–469. Print.
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  author       = {Van Hoecke, Mark},
  booktitle    = {Time and Law (Le temps et le droit)},
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  title        = {Time \& Law - Is it the nature of law to last? A Conclusion.},
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