This article investigates the relationship between law, science and public opinion, starting from the analysis of the new regulation of the obligation of vaccines in Italy. The risks of this legislation are highlighted in terms of non-cooperative behavior (free riding) and the author proposes a model of law that seeks to overcome the extremes of scientism and populism, reconciling consensus research with scientific objectivity.

Diritto, scienza, opinione pubblica. Considerazioni a margine del caso delle vaccinazioni obbligatorie in Italia

Belloni I.
2018

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This article investigates the relationship between law, science and public opinion, starting from the analysis of the new regulation of the obligation of vaccines in Italy. The risks of this legislation are highlighted in terms of non-cooperative behavior (free riding) and the author proposes a model of law that seeks to overcome the extremes of scientism and populism, reconciling consensus research with scientific objectivity.
Belloni, I.
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