Politics, Postmodernity, and Critical Legal Studies: The Legality of the Contingent
This timely and assured book provides a unique guide to critical legal studies which is one of the most exciting developments within contemporary jurisprudence. It is the first book to systematically apply a critical philosophy to the substance of common law. The book develops a coruscating and interdisciplinary overview of the politics and cultural significance of the institutions of the law.
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politics ethics and the legality of
an essay on the obscure object
signs symptoms slips and interpretation
The paternity of law
a genealogy of jurisprudence
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