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The legal theory sections are also quoted almost in full, albeit piecemeal, in Husayn al-Juburi's al-Imam Abu l-[?
Part III briefly recounts the narratives that the legal academy has constructed to explain (away) the marginalization of critical legal theory, showing how each provides a piece of the puzzle yet fails to fully account for the whole.
34) I argue that the same is true in the legal theory realm, begging the question: how can we identify common ground to create cross-generational identifications and develop a more inclusive brand of feminist legal theory?
If that challenge is taken up, it will provide rich theological resources for Reformed believers seeking to develop a political or legal theory consistent with their Christian convictions.
The body of thought that I argue comprises praxeological legal theory and its pre-branching underpinnings has thus far been most specifically labeled "Austro-libertarian legal theory.
Granted this postulate, it is contended that an unbiased discussion of the general chart of African legal theory may serve as a clue to the resolution of long standing problems in general jurisprudence.
Like Mootz, James Boyd White reflects on the possibilities that rhetoric reveals for legal theory and practice: "Rhetorical analysis provides a way of addressing the central questions of collective existence in an organized and consistent, but not rule-bound, way.
Thus it would perhaps be an exaggeration to suggest that Dershowitz's satisfying feast of secularist legal theory was cooked entirely from scratch.
The company said the title will provide a vehicle for scholars engaged in interdisciplinary, humanistically-oriented legal scholarship focusing on a wide range of topics such as legal history, legal theory and jurisprudence, law and cultural studies, law and literature, and legal hermeneutics.
The 40-plus strong series concerns all areas of law taught in universities at the present time, exploring legal theory and doctrines within a context, allowing a socio-legal angle to the study of law.
In his new book Thomas Kuehn continues his project of delineating Renaissance Florentine personhood in legal theory and social practice.
2) During that eighteen year period, Summers, the McRoberts Research Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, has been a familiar and indefatigable figure at European legal theory conferences; he spent time not only at Oxford and Cambridge, but, more unusually for an American contracts scholar, he also made energetic forays into the world of Continental legal theory.