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Lloyd S Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Michael D. A. Freeman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105062959106
Genre : Droit - Philosophie
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Lloyd's Introduction to Jurisprudence is well established as the leading textbook on the subject. In this edition extracts have been selected from the works of more than a hundred jurists. These are supported by detailed introductory sections which give background and critical insight into the texts. This text brings together in one book a wide variety of materials which would otherwise be difficult to obtain. It also contains substantial text by way of commentary. This enables students and teachers worldwide to find, comprehend and evaluate the essential material in one of the most difficult and rewarding subjects in the syllabus.
Category: Droit - Philosophie

Lloyd S Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Dennis Lloyd Baron Lloyd of Hampstead
ISBN : STANFORD:36105060464091
Genre : Derecho
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Previous ed. by : Lord Lloyd of Hampstead and M.D.A. Freeman.
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Lloyd S Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Dennis Lloyd of Hampstead
ISBN : 0414026721
Genre : Jurisprudence
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The ninth edition of the leading textbook on jurisprudence contains extracts from the works of more than 100 jurists. These are supported by detailed introductory sections which give background and critical insight into the texts.
Category: Jurisprudence

Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Dennis Lloyd Baron Lloyd of Hampstead
ISBN : UCAL:B4460818
Genre : Jurisprudence
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Lloyd S Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Michael D. A. Freeman
ISBN : 0421907908
Genre : Jurisprudence
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The eighth edition of the leading textbook on jurisprudence contains extracts from the works of more than a hundred jurists. These are supported by detailed introductory sections which give background and critical insight into the texts.
Category: Jurisprudence

Lloyd S Introduction To Jurisprudence

Author : Dennis Lloyd Baron Lloyd of Hampstead
ISBN : 0420475702
Genre : Jurisprudence
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Earlier editions have title : Introduction to jurisprudence.
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Introduction To Jurisprudence With Selected Texts

Author : Dennis Lloyd Baron Lloyd of Hampstead
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044062037
Genre : Jurisprudence
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Allows students to make the acquaintance of theories and ideas of leading jurists on the basis of texts selected from their actual writings, together with commentaries in the form of introductory chapters to the various sections of the book and annotations to the texts. Introductory commentaries have been expanded to take account of developments in such fields as analytical positivism, legal realism, and jurimetrics.
Category: Jurisprudence

The Empirical Gap In Jurisprudence

Author : Daved Muttart
ISBN : 9780802091598
Genre : Law
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Daved Muttart has made a systematic study encompassing every judgment of the Supreme Court of Canada between 1950 and 2003. Muttart uses the results of this systematic examination to test the validity of extant jurisprudential theories.
Category: Law

International Law

Author : Malcolm N. Shaw
ISBN : 1139438646
Genre : Law
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This fifth edition of Malcolm Shaw's bestselling textbook on international law provides a clear, authoritative and comprehensive introduction to the subject, fully revised and updated to Spring 2003. Basically preserving the structure which made the previous edition so successful, a new chapter on Inter-state Courts and Tribunals considers the role of the International Court of Justice and the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea, and there is a new chapter on international humanitarian law. Also examined are arbitration tribunals and the role of international institutions such as the WTO in resolving conflicts. The prosecution of individuals for violations of international law is examined. Additional coverage of events in Kosovo and Iraq analyses the questions of humanitarian intervention and the role of the UN. Written in a clear and accessible style, setting the subject firmly in the context of world politics and the economic and cultural influences affecting it, this book remains a highly readable and invaluable resource for students and practitioners alike. The scope of the text makes this essential reading for students of international law, international relations and the political sciences. The book is also valuable to professionals and governmental and international civil servants.
Category: Law

Jurisprudence For A Free Society

Author : Harold Dwight Lasswell
ISBN : 0792309898
Genre : Law
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"Jurisprudence For a Free Society" is a remarkable contribution to legal theory. In its comprehensiveness and systematic elaboration, it stands among the major theories. It is also the most important jurisprudential statement to emerge in the post-war period. The pioneering work of Lasswell and McDougal on law and policy is already legendary. Most of the work produced by these scholars together and in collaboration with their students represent applications of their basic theory to a wide assortment of international and national legal and policy problems. Now, for the first time, the authoritative statement of their legal philosophy appears as a single volume. In Part I the authors develop their fundamental criteria for a theory about law, including the requirements of clarifying observational standpoint, focus of inquiry and the pertinent intellectual tasks incumbent on the scholar and decisionmaker for determining and achieving common interests. Trends in theories about law, including Natural Law, the Historical School, Positivism, the Sociological Study of Law, American Legal Realism and other contemporary theories, are explored for what they might contribute to the achievement to the authors' conception of an adequate jurisprudence. In Part II, the social process as a whole and the particular value-institutional processes that comprise it are described and analyzed. Because people establish, maintain and change institutions, the dynamics of personality and personality's relation to law is delineated. Part III explores the intellectual tasks of policy thinking, from clarification of values, through description of trend, the scientific examination of conditions, projection of futuredevelopments and the invention of alternatives. Part IV examines the structure of decision in a free society, a society in which the achievement of human dignity is confirmed in both word and deed. Six appendices bring together monographs by the authors over a period of forty years which deal, in more detail, with particular matters treated in the body of the book.
Category: Law

Hegel S Political Philosophy

Author : Dr Thom Brooks
ISBN : 9780748631179
Genre : Philosophy
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Hegel's Elements of the Philosophy of Right is widely acknowledged to be one of the most important works in the history of political philosophy. It is broadly agreed that Hegel intended this work to be interpreted as a significant part of his greater system of speculative philosophy. Where disagreement occurs is on the question of the relevance of Hegel's larger philosophical system to understanding his Philosophy of Right.This is the first book on the subject to take Hegel's system of speculative philosophy seriously as an important component of any robust understanding of his Philosophy of Right. It sets out the difference between 'systematic' and 'non-systematic' readings of the text before discussing important, relevant features of Hegel's system, in particular, the unique structure of his philosophical arguments.The greater part of the book demonstrates the results of this systematic reading by exploring several areas of Hegel's political philosophy: his theories of property, punishment, morality, law, monarchy, and war. It is shown that by looking beyond the text to Hegel's larger philosophical system, we can achieve an improved understanding of Hegel's Philosophy of Right.
Category: Philosophy

It S Sunday In America

Author : Barry R. Harker
ISBN : 9781543743685
Genre : Religion
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It's Sunday in America is about the return of mandatory Sunday worship and rest to the center of American national life and how this will shape the future of America and the world. American greatness rests upon its constitutional guarantees of civil and religious liberty. Separation of church and state in America created favorable conditions for human flourishing. Despite this, American history records numerous attempts at the state level to undermine the principle of separation through the establishment of laws regulating Sunday. For half a century after 1888 persistent attempts to introduce national Sunday legislation were made. Today, proponents of the myth of separation suggest the founding fathers never intended a wall of separation between church and state. Two competing conceptions of American freedom and greatness are contending for the loyalty of Americans. The rise of the religious right is creating the space in which conceptions of freedom and greatness that ruled seventeenth-century New England are seeping back into national consciousness. Sunday observance is central to these conceptions. It's Sunday in America is a timely warning about the emerging threats to religious liberty in the world's greatest democracy.
Category: Religion

Understanding Jurisprudence

Author : Raymond Wacks
ISBN : 9780198723868
Genre : Law
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With its clear and entertaining writing style, Understanding Jurisprudence is the perfect guide for students new to legal theory and looking for an accessible introduction to the subject. Key theories and theorists are introduced in a compact and easy-to-read format, offering an engaging account of the central ideas without oversimplification. Key quotes from leading scholars are included throughout the text, introducing you to their work and its impact on legal philosophy, while further reading suggestions help you to navigate the broad range of literature available in this area. Each chapter concludes with a series of critical questions designed to encourage you to think analytically about the law and the key ideas and debates which surround it. New to this editionRevised to include the most recent scholarship in several areas of jurisprudence, and to reflect the social and political developments that have influenced the law and legal theoryExpanded chapters on natural law, legal positivism, realism, rights, and theories of justiceNew and enhanced discussions of the rule of law, global justice, virtue ethics, human and animal rights, the economic analysis of law, and postmodernist theoriesUpdated suggested further reading lists and questions at the end of each chapter
Category: Law

Law And Politics

Author : Mauro Zamboni
ISBN : 9783540739265
Genre : Law
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This book reconstructs and classifies, according to ideal-typical models, the different positions taken by the major contemporary legal theories as to whether and how law relates to politics. It presents a possible explanation as to why different legal theories, though often reaching diametric results, somehow must still begin from common basic points.
Category: Law

Maccormick S Scotland

Author : Neil Walker
ISBN : 9780748649303
Genre : Law
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A Gedenkschrift to one of Scotland's most prominent jurists and legal thinkers.
Category: Law

Hegel S Political Philosophy

Author : Thom Brooks
ISBN : 9780748655458
Genre : Philosophy
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A new and significantly expanded edition of the first systematic reading of Hegel's political philosophy.
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Twenty Famous Lawyers

Author : John Hostettler
ISBN : 9781904380986
Genre : Law
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An entertaining diversion for lawyers and others, Twenty Famous Lawyers focuses on household names and high profile cases. Contains valuable insights into legal ways and means and looks at the challenges of advocacy, persuasion and the finest traditions of the law. With a backdrop of famous cases and personalities, Twenty Famous Lawyers is a kaleidoscope of information about the world of lawyers. To the fore are 20 individuals selected by John Hostettler as representative of those who have left their mark on legal developments. Ranging across countries, cultures and time these are people who helped raise (or in some cases lower) the law’s values and standards. From high politics to human rights to legal loopholes, manipulation, pitfalls and downright trickery, the book is also a celebration of the contribution made by lawyers to society and democracy — often by those pushing boundaries or challenging injustice or convention. The book’s ‘supporting cast’ includes such diverse personalities as Julius Caesar, Oscar Wilde, Gilbert and Sullivan, the Prince Regent and Lily Langtry. It covers trials for treason, murder, terrorism and even regicide, visiting courts from the Old Bailey to the Supreme Court of the USA to those of Ancient Rome. With chapters on: Clarence Darrow, Edward Carson, William Howe and Abraham Hummel, Matthew Hale, Marcus Cicero, Henry Brougham, John Adams, Helena Kennedy, Norman Birkett, Jeremy Bentham, Geoffrey Robertson, Abraham Lincoln, Edward Coke, Thomas Jefferson, Shami Chakrabati, James Fitzjames Stephen, Edward Marshall Hall, Gareth Peirce, Lord Denning and Cesare Beccaria. Review: 'A wealth of anecdote, not to mention entertainment for lawyers everywhere and indeed anyone interested in the inspiring and often startling and controversial history of the law': Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers. From the Text: [Henry Brougham] first made a name... as a lawyer by his defence of the brothers John Hunt and John Leigh Hunt in two prosecutions for seditious libel in their newspaper, The Examiner. The first trial, on 22 January 1811, arose from an article entitled “One Thousand Lashes!!” which attacked flogging in the army. As William Cobbett had only recently been fined and sent to prison for two years for criticising army flogging in his Political Register the verdict against Hunt could hardly be in doubt. Nevertheless, Brougham secured a brilliant acquittal [after a speech] which was remarkable for “great ability, eloquence and manliness.”
Category: Law

Dominion And Wealth

Author : D.C. Kline
ISBN : 9789400938779
Genre : Philosophy
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Donna Kline's contribution to the Sovietica series falls outside the strict confines of the study of Soviet Marxism-Leninism. It centers its attention on the seemingly minor question of Marx' knowledge of and attitude toward the legal theory and practice in vogue at the time he was writing studies that directly addressed issues of law and economics, and that indirectly helped to fashion the legal and economic behavior of Soviet-style regimes. That this question is not as minor or as irrelevant to Marxism-Leninism as it might seem at fIrst glance flows from Marx' obvious intent to do a thorough critique of all the vectors of 'bourgeois-capitalist' civilization and culture, clearly expressed in the many key texts, where 'legal relations' form at least part of the central focus. Marx' thought was forming when the 'bourgeois' law that had become self-conscious at the end of the 18th century was, following the French Revolution, trying to 'take possession' of the social-political consciousness of European-American culture, and fInding itself coming up against the 'vagaries' of economic quasi-anarchy. There is a sense in which the 'bourgeois-capitalist' efforts at developing a legal code for existing economic practice represent a sort of 'ideology in practice' to be applied to the same phenomena that Marx wanted to account for in his peculiarly Hegelian ideological critique.
Category: Philosophy