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A specific ontology of prescriptivity takes us back to classical Rome and the roots of modern metaphysics. A strange fictional world of as-if where persons and things, rights and obligations, are legal artefacts that hardwire the underlying reality.
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Zakes Mda, The Sculptors of Mapungubwe, selected excerpt
Pier Giuseppe Monateri, Dominus Mundi: Political Sublime and the World Order, 2018, chapter 4
Pierre Schlag, The aesthetics of American Law, Harvard Law Review, v. 115, 2002, pp. 1.049-1.070