This space presents publications considering multisensory law and its branches, such as visual law and audio-visual law.
We can perceive and study the law as a visual, audio-visual, and indeed as a multisensory phenomenon not only today. These phenomena already existed in the past. Hence, the editors of this bogjournal also list publications dealing with older visual, audio-visual, and multisensory law.
Since the established disciplines of applicable law and the basic legal disciplines explore the law as a uni- and multisensory phenomenon, most publications may be assigned to at least one of these disciplines. These publications suggest that no single discipline, however, covers all these phenomena. Instead, most disciplines refer only to specific phenomena. In addition, these disciplines explore the law as a uni- and multisensory phenomenon merely in passing. In other words, their main focus lies elsewhere. Thus, there is a strong need for a legal discipline capable of exploring all uni- and multisensory legal and legally relevant phenomena. Multisensory law is destined to fulfill this task.
The lists of publications do not claim to be exhaustive or conclusive. The editors would appreciate hearing about publications not mentioned here.