Jurisprudence: Themes and Concepts offers an original introduction to, and critical analysis of, the central themes studied in jurisprudence courses. The book is presented in three parts: the first two contain general themes with corresponding tutorial questions, and the third contains advanced topics.Every chapter in the bookgives guidance on further reading.
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chapter Introduction part PART I: LAW AND MODERNITY chapter I I. THE ADVENT OF MODERNITY chapter II II. THEORISTS AND CRITICS OF MODERNITY chapter III III. TRANSFORMATIONS OF MODERN LAW chapter GENERAL PART I TUTORIALS part PART II: LEGAL SYSTEM AND LEGAL REASONING chapter I I. LEGALITY AND VALIDITY chapter II II. THEORIES OF LEGAL REASONING part PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS chapter 1 Theories of justice chapter 2 Global justice chapter 3 Transitional jurisprudence and historic injustices chapter 4 Trials, facts and narratives chapter 5 Displacing the juridical: Foucault on power and discipline chapter 6 Legal pluralism chapter 7 Legal institutionalism chapter 8 Law and deconstruction chapter 9 Juridification chapter 10 Autopoietic law.