Bibliography

COMPUTATIONAL LAW

Please note that these bibliographies are not meant to be either complete or comprehensive and will be dynamically updated (which may include removals), the most recent additions are highlighted. 

They contain highly specific references to dedicated subjects, but also more generic literature about the underlying technologies (e.g. machine learning and blockchain).

 Traditional (text-driven)    conceptions

 Conceptions on the cusp  of traditional and novel  legal normativity

 Conceptions informed by  philosophy of technology

 Affordance

 Legal Protection by Design

 Modes of Existence

COHUBICOL is funded from 2019-2024 by the European Research Council (ERC)

under the HORIZON2020 Excellence of Science program 

ERC-2017-ADG No 788734

Law Science Technology & Society studies (LSTS), Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Institute of Computing & Information Sciences (iCIS), Radboud University Nijmegen

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