Introduction The One and the Many: Pluralism in the Plural Part 1 Processes of Interaction 1. Coordination through Cross-references 2. Harmonisation by Approximation 3. Unification by Hybridisation Part 2 Organisational Levels 4. Regional Organisations 5. Global Organisation Part 3 Speeds of Transformation 6. Asynchrony 7. Polychrony Conclusion In the Land of Organised Clouds?
Mireille Delmas-Marty holds the chair in Comparative Legal Studies and Internationalization of Law at the College de France.
The Series aims to contribute to the dissemination in English of
the works of the most eminent international law scholars writing in
French...No book could better introduce this Series than Mireille
Delmas-Marty's superb volume, Ordering Pluralism...Translated here
for the first time into English, Ordering Pluralism provides a
vision for the world and suggests a solution based on analyses so
strong, illuminating and profound that they will leave no reader
indifferent. It cannot help but stimulate a discussion that I hope
is only just beginning. -- Professor Emmanuelle Jouannet * Preface
by General Editor of series *
The book is informative, replete with interesting insights, and builds on the flow of an elegant argument. The style is alert and the translation excellent. The argument is a very useful read and a welcome addition to the topic. The readers will enjoy it and learn from it. -- Bogdan Iancu * The Law and Politics Book Review *