Viktor Kotolupov

New in system biology, system medicine and system pharmacy

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.

We assume that nothing can be done more perfectly than something that has already happened in nature, because nature has an advantage of several billion years of evolution. We want to take the best of what nature has to offer and try to get closer to the efficiency of biological systems.
Biological laws are universal and they apply to all living systems and are carried out in a way that consolidates diverse cells and other subsystems of an organism with maximum efficiency. This means that they should operate with minimum contradictions and costs. A country can also be classified as a living system, where the legal system (in its narrow sense) is responsible for all organisational processes (functions). Correct adjustment (setting) of this legal system determines the course of legal reality. The transition of biological laws to the level of a state’s legal system promises optimization and increases the efficiency of its operations, helping to minimize discrepancies between the legal system and its components, and the components with each other.

The rights and obligations of cells in our body exist inseparably from each another.In a country or state, it is the people who play the role of cells. Effective collaboration is only possible with mutual principles. For optimal operation of biological organisms, which is also true for states, the income part should be bigger than the outcome part. A different ratio in a biological system leads to reduced abilities of the organism, which leads to diseases and eventually to death. In case of states, this violation of proportionality leads to its degradation or downfall.

The application of the proposed approach is closely linked to achieving the main purpose in the form of providing a “healthy homeostasis,” increasing the income part and reducing the costs. At the same time it allows an increase in the survival coefficient of the selected state and other parts of the system. Based on our research, we may emphasize the following practical results of the application of our approach regarding the previously mentioned results: a significant reduction of social tension between individual legal system entities, increase of efficiency and the performance coefficient of each individual and state or country, and individuals with each other, achieving a higher factor of symbiotic interaction, and attracting new investment free economic opportunities of states due to a significantly higher effectiveness of their law system at state level.

Our group has succeeded in innovatively defining the psyche of the legal system, as well as the disease as a whole and the disease at the level of the legal system. We have also succeeded in defining the problems regarding the absence of a sufficient symbiotic level and incorrect energy-information distribution between legal system elements, including the problem of conflicts emerging between elements of the cooperative system in terms of nonlinear dynamics, etc.
The developed approach allows us to offer not just concrete efficient legislative proposals, but also related solutions, taking into account the achievements of scientific and technological progress. For example, the biological model of legality can be applied at the software level for the purpose of key processes support and automation of the legal system. This will allow speeding up and simplifying legal system processes and reducing the amount of errors.
When modelling the proposed system, we found out that states, if they accepted this direction at the basis for their legal policy implementation, would gain significant advantages in the fierce competition on the international level. Dealing with a concrete legal system still requires a strictly individual approach, because the psyche of a single legal system has its particularities and depends on the historical (genetic) development, despite the fact that the laws for organising functions are the same in all living systems.

We keep developing concrete scientific solutions to achieve a more advanced legal system – a system with a high symbiotic and homeostatic level on the way of achieving a sustainable society.

There is an increasing interest in changing the law system according to the mentioned method to ensure the integrity of the system at all levels of its organization and functioning, starting with individuals and then moving to the country level and later to up to the whole social legal consciousness. Our desire is the creation of a legal relations model that would be the basis of a new ideology and a sustainable society.

Understanding and respecting biological laws at the level of state organization is very important in the context of developing a sustainable society model.
For this reason, we are interested in future development of these models and would like to cooperate with related institutions. Therefore we would like to invite you to express your interest regarding our initiative and to actively participate in its development in form of concrete cooperation opportunities, and help us develop practical applications of the new scientific direction.

Yours faithfully,
Viktor Kotolupov, Head of the Centre of homeostatic legal studies and sustainable development
Pravomir Kosjančuk, LL.M,, Head of the Department for public relations and international cooperation of the Centre of homeostatic legal studies and sustainable development

Center of Homeostatic Legal Studies and Sustainable Development
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