Sociology of Law

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Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1947 - Jurisprudence - 248 pages
The core of Gurvitch's sociology of law is at root a continuation of the efforts, apparent in the work of Max Weber, to resolve or integrate the dualism which is so markedly affecting law. Gurvitch's Sociology of Law shines as a beacon in the ongoing quest for a transformative vision of law. In his new introduction Alan Hunt discusses Gurvitch's place in the history of the sociology of law and the context of his works.

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