The Common Core Project strives to extricate the commonalities of European private laws. One would think that the ultimate goal of the project is to achieve a common European private law. That is, however, not the case. Continue reading
In a nutshell, functionalism starts on the premise that legal systems face similar problems for which they may take different measures yet in the end reach similar results. The common core method suggests that legal systems despite their prima facie diversity share a common core. So both methods are based on the idea that legal systems are not completely singular but have their commonalities. Continue reading
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