multiculturalism; law; adaptation; globalization; immigration; cultural and legal environment

Law and multiculturalism: aspects of differences and mutual impact

The article deals with the problems caused by certain aspects of differences and the mutual influence of law and multiculturalism, since the law of the state has to take into account the tendencies, including in the cultural autonomy and globalization of modern society.The main idea of legal multiculturalism is the assertion that if there is no holistic, one-of-a-kind culture for all societies, which can be defined by a definite, indivisible, ideal value system with some hierarchical structure, any cultural society must own its own rule of law and be guided solely by it.