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Administrative Law: Indefinable, but Necessary and Very Much Alive

Mirko Pecaric

Abstract


This article deals with the endurance of administrative law acting as a culturally conditioned and inclusive community element. The article seeks to highlight the interplay between various factors but also the elusiveness of administrative law which shifts from rigid towards more converging norms. Administrative law is based on subjective means and objective tools that depend upon the contextual, social, cultural and political situations. It represents a social catalyst between individual preferences on one hand and the needs of communities on the other – a catalyst that in an increasingly complex society is even more needed to hold communities together. An attempt is made to show administrative law in the light of metalegal and cultural theory because we are not yet fully aware of all psychological, emotional and other implications of this discipline of law, especially in our age of complexity.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25159/2219-6412/2643

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