New York : New York University Press, 1996.
xxvi, 559 pages ; 25 cm.
International library of essays in law and legal theory. Areas ; 27.
"Editors were asked to pick out those essays from law, philosophy and social science journals which they consider to be fundamental for the understanding of law, as seen from the perspective of a particular approach or sphere of legal interest"--Series preface. This compilation of essays, published in the eighties and nineties (with two exceptions), is organized in three parts: Part I, entitled, International Normative Framework, consists of five essays (p. 3-107); Part II, entitled, Universality in Cultural Perspective, consists of ten essays (p. 111-340); Part III, entitled, Political Participation, Democracy and Human Rights, consists of seven essays (p. 343-555).
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.