Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -208) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 From Law to the Beautiful Soul chapter Grounding the socio-historical: a 'depth ontology' of law chapter Law, history, ethics: towards the Beautiful Soul part Part 1 Legal Antinomies in History chapter 2 Closure and Critique: Antinomy in Modern Legal Theory chapter 3 From Law to Popular Justice: Beyond Antinomialism Popular justice: in search of a concept chapter Beyond antinomialism I: taking law dialectically part Part 2 Justice and Judgment chapter 4 Legal and Moral Judgment in the 'General Part' chapter 5 The Limits of Justice: Finding Fault in the Criminal Law Introduction: challenging the 'penal equation' chapter Selfhood and society chapter Selfhood, society and justice chapter 6 Albert Speer, Guilt and the 'Space Between' chapter Ambiguity about guilt, ambivalence about judgment chapter The two Speers of Gitta Sereny chapter 7 From Criminal Law to Legal Theory: The Mysterious Case of the Reasonable Glue Sniffer chapter Criminal justice: form and substance part Part 3 Law, History and Ethics: The Nature of Critique chapter 8 From Critical to Socio-Legal Studies: Three Dialectics in Search of a Subject chapter Beyond identity thinking? Hegel's non-dialectical dialectic chapter Entity relationism chapter 9 How Does Freedom Lie? Adorno, Negative Dialectics and Law chapter Realism and idealism in Negative Dialectics chapter Depth ontology chapter Relating the three views of freedom chapter 10 Law and the Beautiful Soul chapter Moral expressivism chapter The nature of law chapter Travels and travails of a Beautiful Soul chapter Law in the Philosophy of Right.