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The decryption of law as an exact normative science using fractals

Nasty Vladoiu

In order to be studied as a science, Law had to transit an intense process of specialization and consecration of values, values becoming thereby its object of study and specific research.
Throughout time, Law has been studied from various perspectives, because of its variable geometry, being considered in continuous transformation, with a social dynamics in ascension.
Most specialists agree that Law is a complex phenomenon, with a synergistic, well-defined structure, which cannot be summarized in the exegesis of some legal norms or normative texts and precedents. Therefore we ask ourselves whether the Theory of Fractals can argue the law’s character of being an exact science and implicitly natural on the one hand and, on the other hand, its nature of normative science.