Postmodernism and Law: Jurisprudence in a Fragmenting World

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Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2001 - Law - 201 pages
This discussion asserts that legal theory is being transformed by postmodern and critical social theory. The author argues that legal theorists should familiarise themselves with postmodern legal and social theory, as postmodernism could potentially fundamentally alter the legal meaning of agency, rationality, and intention.

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The Western Philosophical Tradition of Modernity
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Western Jurisprudential System
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Michel Foucault
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Copyright

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