“Or do you suppose that the law spring from the oak or rock and not from the characters of the citizens?”
In an ideal society of the future (if such a society is possible at all), the law expects a gradual disappearance and this will be facilitated by at least three circumstances:
A radical change in social relations;
The emergence of a new subject – a legal personality;
Merging law with morality.
Social relations, which cannot exist without threat and violence, objectively determine the existence of the law as an impersonal instrument of coercion, intimidation and punishment. A deep and comprehensive analysis of such law, the study of all its branches, and finally even an answer on the question: “What is law?” will change very little in such social relations.