Jurisprudence: Theory and Context

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Sweet & Maxwell, Jan 1, 2006 - Jurisprudence - 313 pages
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This title explains the often complex and difficult ideas in legal philosophy clearly and concisely but without over-simplification. It introduces students to the fundamental themes in legal philosophy. It analyses and comments on the writing of the foremost legal theorists, and takes into account the most recent scholarly work.

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Contents

Problems and Possibilities
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Legal Theory General Jurisprudence
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PART B Individual Theories About the Nature of Law
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Copyright

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