In Pursuit of Pluralist Jurisprudence

In Pursuit of Pluralist Jurisprudence

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ISBN-13: 9781107183964
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 09/14/2017
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 6.18(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.98(d)

About the Author

Nicole Roughan is the author of Authorities: Conflicts, Cooperation and Transnational Legal Theory (2013) and is working on a new monograph, Officials (forthcoming). She is a recipient of a 2016 Rutherford Discovery Fellowship from the Royal Society of New Zealand, to undertake a major research project on Jurisprudence without Borders.

Andrew Halpin has published widely in areas of legal theory broadly conceived, exploring perspectives on law from other disciplines - logic, philosophy of language, politics, and economics - and confronting the impact of novel legal phenomena arising in a global context upon general theories of law. He coedited a collection of essays, Theorising the Global Legal Order (2009).

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Nicole Roughan and Andrew Halpin; 2. Do lawyers need a theory of legal pluralism? Roger Cotterrell; 3. Legal reasoning in pluralist jurisprudence: the practice of the relational imagination Maksymilian Del Mar; 4. Pluralising constitutional jurisprudence Cormac Mac Amhlaigh; 5. Law and recognition: towards a relational concept of law Ralf Michaels; 6. The many uses of law. Interactional law as a bridge between instrumentalism and law's values Sanne Taekema; 7. Why the state? Joseph Raz; 8. A genealogical perspective on pluralist jurisprudence Detlef von Daniels; 9. Two conceptions of pluralist jurisprudence Stefan Sciaraffa; 10. The gap between global law and global justice: a preliminary analysis Neil Walker; 11. Plural pluralities of law Margaret Davies; 12. Postcolonial jurisprudence and the pluralist turn: from making space to being in place Kirsten Anker; 13. Legal pluralism and the value of the rule of law Martin Krygier; 14. Conclusion: the pursuits and promises of pluralist jurisprudence Nicole Roughan and Andrew Halpin.

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