Viktor Kotolupov

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In the article, the authors use the prism of living systems functions organization patterns to analyze originating sources of a new jurisprudence methodological direction that might be termed as “homeostatic legal studies”, and in the context of its development it becomes possible to provide a new paradigm of interpretation of jurisprudential reality as an integral living system as far as its homeostasis support is concerned. The integration complex and function model of universal laws of the functions organization in living systems in reference to their normal homeostasis might be applied to all and every living system, including social ones, and the authors express axiomatic statement that normal homeostasis is impossible beyond these patterns. The most progressive and most successful states are those with better organization in terms of the mentioned patterns observation. The article also considers typical problems at the state level occurring due to the low homeostatic capacity rate in their organizations and functioning. At the same time, one of the priority propaedeutic tasks of the article is to explore the notion, peculiarities and significance of the healthy (normal) homeostasis of legal system and its components, including fundamental identification of advantages from achieving normal homeostatic state.

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New Ideology (Proposal)

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Our innovation-oriented scientific team has established the Centre of Homeostatic Legal Studies and Sustainable Development. The Centre focuses on developing new methodologies in law, especially on perfecting theoretical law application systems, which are the basis for organising functions in living systems (e.g. biological laws) and for modelling or designing a legal system. Our team is focused on the issues of improving the efficiency of the legal system in the context of ensuring its homeostasis, and especially on the role of symbiotic principles in achieving its homeostasis, both at the modelling level and in the legal reality.
We suggest a new approach with the main focus on so called biological or homeostatic laws. This entire concept has been successfully presented in prominent international scientific and professional papers, including the Springer series.

In our recent publications from 2014, we named a new direction or approach to the formation of legal systems as “homeostatic legal studies” or “homeostatic jurisprudence” in the context of biological laws. The proposed direction represents an innovative tool to provide or achieve a healthy homeostasis state at the legal system level, directly and indirectly. The expected legal system structure provides cost reduction, better efficiency and, most importantly, a high level of symbiosis. Other important advantages are also possible.

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