Heuristic archaeology and sociological fruitfulness of two complementary concepts: impact of norms and nomotropism of actions. In this essay the author proposes a heuristic archaeology of the concept of ‘impact’ of norms. If this term was first introduced by Lawrence Friedman, the corresponding concept is not new to legal sociologists. Its archaeology makes it possible to discover some unexpected and interesting socio-legal applications, and it is in this sense that Fittipaldi regards the archaeology presented here as a heuristic one. In the second part, Fittipaldi elaborates on the sociological fruitfulness of a concept first introduced by Amedeo G. Conte: nomotropism (of actions). This concept is complementary to that of impact. Fittipaldi shows its fruitfulness both for sociology of law and other sociologies. Finally, he summarizes the results of this study presenting the set-theoretical relations between impact (referred to with the Contean term “praxeotropism” in order to stress its complementarity with nomotropism), effectiveness, and ineffectiveness – all understood as qualities of norms –, on the one hand, and the set-theoretical relations between nomotropism, compliance, and non-compliance – all understood as qualities of behaviours –, on the other.
Archeologia euristica e fecondità sociologica di due concetti complementari : impatto di norme e nomotropismo di azioni / E. Fittipaldi. - In: SOCIOLOGIA DEL DIRITTO. - ISSN 0390-0851. - 44:3(2017), pp. 59-76.
|Titolo:||Archeologia euristica e fecondità sociologica di due concetti complementari : impatto di norme e nomotropismo di azioni|
|Parole Chiave:||impact; Lawrence Friedman; Amedeo G. Conte; praxeotropism; anankastic-constitutive rules; nomotropism|
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore IUS/20 - Filosofia del Diritto|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su periodico|
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