The Main Relations between Legal Evolution and Evolution in no-osphere



It follows from our normative description of legal evolution that a decrease in coherence or a dissolution or a creation or an increase in coherence of one single law-bound unit, e.g. a law-bound unit composed of two parties in a special jural relationship, is already legal evolution, if the requirement is met that no-osphere’s greatest game-bound unit might be affected by an increase in coherence, mediately or immediately. It is therefore of less importance, whether in a group of similar law-bound units, only one, a few, the greater part or the complete group affects no-osphere, provided it is at least affected to some extent.


Cultural Area Human Personality Normative Description Ethical Criterion Legal Evolution 
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