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Published by Hart Pub. in Oxford, Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Comparative law.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Annelise Riles.
    ContributionsRiles, Annelise.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK561 .R68 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18348571M
    ISBN 101841132896, 184113290X

    March It aims to incite curiosity and debate about contemporary issues within comparative law by bringing the discipline into conversation with debates in anthropology, literary and cultural studies, and critical theory. The topics covered include questions of philosophical methodology, the legitimate scope of domestic and international criminalization, rationales for criminal law defences in both domestic and international law, the philosophical underpinnings of specific crimes and forms of joint responsibility, as well as the theorization of criminal procedure and evidence law. Anthropology News September, In The Place of Law.

    Contents: Montesquieu: the specter of despotism and the origins of comparative law Robert Launay ; Max Weber and the uncertainties of categorical comparative law Ahmed White ; Rethinking Hermann Kantorowicz: Free law, American legal realism and the legacy of anti-formalism Vivian Grosswald Curran ; Encountering amateurism: John Henry Wigmore and the uses of American formalism Annelise Riles ; Nobushige Hozumi: A skillful transplanter of western legal thought into Japanese soil Hitoshi Aoki ; Sanhuri, comparative law and Islamic legal reform, or why cultural authenticity is impossible Amr Shalakany ; Sculpting the agenda of comparative law: Ernst Rabel and the facade of language David J. I recommend it very highly to criminal lawyers and philosophers of the criminal law. At present there is no book which clearly explains the contemporary debates and methodological innovations found in modern comparative law. Buffalo Law Review,

    Michael Likosky ed. This book, designed with courses in comparative law as well as scholarly projects in mind, brings a new generation of comparativists together to reflect on the character of their discipline. Anthropology News September, Revue Internationale de droit Compare October This book is also available in other formats: View formats Please note that ebooks are subject to tax and the final price may vary depending on your country of residence. Schlesinger and R.


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Risk and Regulation. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, What kind of hope does law entail? Contents: Montesquieu: the specter of despotism and the origins of comparative law Robert Launay ; Max Weber and the uncertainties of categorical comparative law Ahmed White ; Rethinking Hermann Kantorowicz: Free law, American legal realism and the legacy of anti-formalism Vivian Grosswald Curran ; Encountering amateurism: John Henry Wigmore and the uses of American formalism Annelise Riles ; Nobushige Hozumi: A skillful transplanter of western legal thought into Japanese soil Hitoshi Aoki ; Sanhuri, comparative law and Islamic legal reform, Rethinking the masters of comparative law book why cultural authenticity is impossible Amr Shalakany ; Sculpting the agenda of comparative law: Ernst Rethinking the masters of comparative law book and the facade of language David J.

It aims to incite curiosity and debate about contemporary issues within comparative law by bringing the discipline into conversation with debates in anthropology, literary and cultural studies, and critical theory. Contents: Montesquieu: the specter of despotism and the origins of comparative law Robert Launay ; Max Weber and the uncertainties of categorical comparative Rethinking the masters of comparative law book Ahmed White ; Rethinking Hermann Kantorowicz: Free law, American legal realism and the legacy of anti-formalism Vivian Grosswald Curran ; Encountering amateurism: John Henry Wigmore and the uses of American formalism Annelise Riles ; Nobushige Hozumi: A skillful transplanter of western legal thought into Japanese soil Hitoshi Aoki ; Sanhuri, comparative law and Islamic legal reform, or why cultural authenticity is impossible Amr Shalakany ; Sculpting the agenda of comparative law: Ernst Rabel and the facade of language David J.

This book, designed with courses in comparative law as well as scholarly projects in mind, brings a new generation of comparativists together to reflect on the character of their discipline.

Michael Likosky ed. Law as Object. Each chapter also includes a short bibliography referencing the definitive works in the field. Ranging across topics as diverse as emergency, obscenity, and insanity, these essays - without exception insightful and penetrating -set a high standard for the rest of us to aspire to.

Traditional topics of private law, such as contracts, obligations and unjustified enrichment are omitted as they are amply covered in other comparative law books, but developments in other areas of private law, such as family law, are included as being of current interest.

Encountering the New Legal Formalism. It aims to incite curiosity and debate about contemporary issues within comparative law by bringing the discipline into conversation with debates in anthropology, literary and cultural studies, and critical theory. Insights Melbourne Business and Economics.

Sacco to the understanding of the legal order Ugo Mattei. The book addresses questions such as what is the disciplinary identity of comparative law; how should we understand its relationship to colonialism, modernism, the Cold War, and other wider events that have shaped its history; what is its relationship to other projects of comparison in the arts, social sciences and humanities; and how has comparative law contributed at different times and in different parts of the world to projects of legal reform.

Contents: Montesquieu: the specter of despotism and the origins of comparative law Robert Launay ; Max Weber and the uncertainties of categorical comparative law Ahmed White ; Rethinking Hermann Kantorowicz: Free law, American legal realism and the legacy of anti-formalism Vivian Grosswald Curran ; Encountering amateurism: John Henry Wigmore and the uses of American formalism Annelise Riles ; Nobushige Hozumi: A skillful transplanter of western legal thought into Japanese soil Hitoshi Aoki ; Sanhuri, comparative law and Islamic legal reform, or why cultural authenticity is impossible Amr Shalakany ; Sculpting the agenda of comparative law: Ernst Rabel and the facade of language David J.

The book addresses questions such as what is the disciplinary identity of comparative law; how should we understand its relationship to colonialism, modernism, the Cold War, and other wider events that have shaped its history; what is its relationship to other projects of comparison in the arts, social sciences and humanities; and how has comparative law contributed at different times and in different parts of the world to projects of legal reform.

Sacco to the understanding of the legal order Ugo Mattei. It aims to incite curiosity and debate about contemporary issues within comparative law by bringing the discipline into conversation with debates in anthropology, literary and cultural studies, and critical theory.

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