This paper intends to discuss the meaning of Agrarian Law in the intricacies of the crisis of modernity. At the same time it seeks to raise the possibility of restoring the autonomy of Law through a critical problematization of the human universe. When legal knowledge is realized by a third way based on experience and with ability to mediate the dialectic between the social self and the personal self, the primacy of the person and his dignity will be confirmed, as expressed by the affirmation of human rights and fundamental rights, which are already ethical substrates of Agrarian Law in post-modernity.
- Modernity; Crisis; Agrarian law; Autonomy of law; Post-modernity; Human rights,
- Fundamental rights.
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