Leggi naturali dell’organizzazione, diritto implicito e interazione sociale: l’indispensabile per un corretto inquadramento della proposta di Fuller
di Andrea Porciello*
Still today, Fuller is mostly known as a kind of natural lawyer who lost the debate against Hart, or other times, as the theorist who proposed the naïve idea of “Inner Morality of Law”. In this article I want to emphasize that Fuller is much more than that. Reading Fuller by taking into account the conceptual premises he had already offered in his early works means to give a new perspective to his proposal. Without this conceptual framework (Organization Natural Laws, Implicit Law, Social interaction) it seems impossible to grasp the real meaning of his philosophical message.
*Andrea Porciello, Professore ordinario di Filosofia del diritto IUS/20, Università Magna Graecia di Catanzaro. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org