Based on papers presented "During the XXVI World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy held at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil, from 21 to 26 July 2013."--Introduction.
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Introduction / Cesar Antonio Serbena Juridical activities and governance: how to overcome the boundaries / Fernando Galindo An overview on the computerization and evaluation of the Brazilian judicial system / Cesas Antonio Serbena, Maurício Dalri Timm do Valle Courts in social networks: setting a research agenda for socio-legal studies / Rafael Augusto Ferreira Zanatta, Michel Roberto Oliveira de Souza Modeling system based on knowlege in a court of justice using CommonsKADS / Egon Sewald Junior, Maurício Rotta, Aires Rover, Edson Rosa Gomes da Silva eGovernment and Web 2.0 in promoting citizenship: the use of the application Flickr in the supervision of public works in Santa Catarina / Egon Sewald Junior, Edson Rosa Gomes da Silva, Aires Rover Globalization and the digital breach: society facing the new technologies / Dennis José Almanza Torres Legal informatics and linguistics: some considerations about language phenomena / Christienne Krassuski Fortes, Edna Torres Felício Câmara e-Citizenship: observations from the theory of communication of Lee Thayer / Ricardo Menna Barreto.
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