Current Legal Problems 1998: Legal Theory at the End of the Millennium

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Michael Freeman
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Law - 582 pages
This book is the fifty-first volume of Current Legal Problems and contains the now customary selection of high-quality essays by a group of outstanding scholars. This volume gathers together a particularly valuable and broad-ranging set of contributions which makes for a stimulating study oflegal theory at the end of the millennium
 

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Contents

A Celebration
1
Legal Positivisms
37
Legal Positivism and Deliberative Democracy
65
Custom Redeemed by Statute
93
Legislator of the World
115
Norms Reasons and Law
149
Kelsen Tomorrow
181
Law and Correctness
205
Towards
299
Jurisprudence at
335
A New Relationship?
367
After Privatisation? The Many Autonomies of Private
393
Comparative Law and Legal Theory London School
425
Bentham As ProtoFeminist? or An Ahistorical Fantasy
441
Past Present and Future
467
Bentham Truth and the Semiotics of Law
493

On The Supposed Defeasibility of Legal Rules
223
Citizens Subjects and Outlaws
241
Practical Reason and Incompletely Theorized Agreements
267
Some Jurisprudential Foundations of Critical Legal Studies
530
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Michael Freeman is Professor of English Law, UCL

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