ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IN TIMES OF TRANSFORMATIONS:
BRIEF NOTES ON ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE
AS A SCIENCE DIRECTIVE
The text seeks to describe succinctly, for the purpose of the understanding of administrative science as a directive science, various modifications in some of the traditional budgets of administrative law. To this end, the author analyzes three specific topics: 1) the administrative procedure and the plurality of values and interests; 2) the challenges that scientific-technological progress imposes on the Law and, 3) the construction of the guarantor and regulatory State.
Keywords: Administrative law, directive science, administrative procedure, scientific and technological advances, guarantor status and regulation