Guido Gorgoni
Università degli Studi di Padova
After a brief reconstruction of the principle of precaution’s juridical rising, I will discuss in short the question of the juridical nature of the same principle and then examine some of its extra-juridical implications, showing how the intrinsic logic of the principle of precaution implies a strict connection with the needs and proper forms of a conception of democracy as participative
Keywords Principle of Precaution, Participative Democracy
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DOI 10.6092/issn.1974-4935/4114
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