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Hukukun Ekolojisi - Doğa ve Toplumla Uyumlu Bir Hukuk Sistemi

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Artık düzeni değiştirmemizin zamanı geldi!
Özel mülkiyetin bir doğal hak sayıldığı, doğal kaynakların yeryüzünde yaşayan tüm canlıların müşterek varlığı olması gerekirken yağmalanıp sömürüldüğü bu düzen daha fazla devam edemez.
Tartışmanın odağını Batının bilim ve hukuk geleneğine oturtan "Hukukun Ekolojisi", bugün küresel çapta yaşadığımız çevresel, sosyal ve ekonomik
Paperback, 251 pages
Published May 11th 2017 by Koç University Press (first published October 5th 2015)
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Tyler Knight
Nov 09, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was definitely one of the most interesting books that I have read. The Ecology Of Law brings about an important point that we as humans need to examine in order to ensure our long-term survival. As the authors point out, there have been many movements, large and small, that are helping to bring us closer to an ecoliterate society. I believe that this revolution is bound to happen, however, at this current pace, it may be too late by the time it actually does. Therefore, we must all do our ...more
Timur Hakan Barak
Oct 28, 2017 rated it liked it
İsmi çok ilgi çekiciydi, hukuk da ekoloji de benim kişisel olarak ilgilendiğim alanlardı ve iki yazar bu disiplinlerin birleştirilebileceğini iddia ediyorlardı. Kitabın başında bilim ve hukuk arasındaki ilişkiyi anlatacaklarını ve sürdürülebilir bir yaşam için, ekolojinin korunması için hukukta ekolojik bir devrim yapılması gerektiği ve hukuk anlayışının baştan aşağı değişmesi gerektiğini ve eko-hukuk denen bir kavramın hayata geçmesi gerektiğini ve bunun nasıl olacağını anlatacaklarını ...more
Al Clark
Interesting history of the philosophy of law from an ecological perspective, with prescriptions for how to alter the legal system to blunt the human impact on the Earth.

It suffers from the normal weaknesses in the genre, namely a dearth of new ways to affect the change recommended, and limited specificity when talking about goals.

One big flaw in my mind was the repetition in various forms that humans had previously lived in harmony with their surroundings. While this may have been the case in
Nov 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
Bir bilimci ile bir hukukçunun bir araya gelerek doğa, toplum ve hukuk hakkında bir kitap yazabileceğini çoğumuz aklımıza bile getirmeyiz. Ancak Fritjof Capra ve Ugo Mattei'nin Hukukun Ekolojisi ile yaptıkları tam olarak bu. Yazarlar, kitapta ilk olarak, şu an bizim yan yana getirmekte zorlandığımız iki alanın, bilim ile hukukun, aslında çok yakın geçmişe kadar birbirine paralel ilerlediğini, bilimsel düşünce ile hukuk düşüncesinin sürekli etkileşim hâlinde olduğunu, tarihteki meşhur ...more
Brandon Wilde
I found it fascinating to read about the philosophy of modern law, consider what it is founded upon (protection of oneself and one's property), and imagine a new legal system based on radically different principles (e.g. sustainability and the welfare of the whole). The authors explore the possibility of a society dominated by neither capitalism nor big government, but rather by the commons, and they provide numerous examples and analogies to explain it.

Although these concepts felt somewhat
Sara Echevarría
Inspiring and wll presented!
Riley Holmes
Good, quick, easy read, but too superficial to recommend wholeheartedly.
The science history portions outlined the emergence of the Cartesian/Newtonian mechanistic worldview, and it's overturn by 20th century advances in quantum theory, relativity, and chaos/complexity.
This material is a much watered-down version of Capra's excellent 'Systems View of Life' which I would recommend instead.

Some tenuous parallels are drawn to the history of law, which was new to me but left me wanting more depth.
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Fritjof Capra (born February 1, 1939) is an Austrian-born American physicist. He is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, and is on the faculty of Schumacher College. Capra is the author of several books, including The Tao of Physics (1975), The Turning Point (1982), Uncommon Wisdom (1988), The Web of Life (1996) and The Hidden Connections (2002).

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