The concept of law from a transnational perspective /

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Author / Creator:Von Daniels, Detlef.
Imprint:Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2010.
Description:1 online resource (225 pages)
Series:[Applied legal philosophy]
Applied legal philosophy.
Subject:Law -- Philosophy.
LAW -- Essays.
LAW -- General Practice.
LAW -- Jurisprudence.
LAW -- Paralegals & Paralegalism.
LAW -- Practical Guides.
LAW -- Reference.
Law -- Philosophy.
droit -- concept -- droit transnational -- globalisation (mondialisation) -- positivisme juridique -- Habermas, Jürgen -- Hart, Herbert Lionel Adolphus.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-220) and index.
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Summary:This book brings together the fruits of different traditions in legal philosophy and draws on them to develop a systematic thesis on the concept of law. It examines the traditions of Jrgen Habermas's critical theory and H.L.A. Hart's analytic jurisprudence to illustrate that the key to a fruitful dialogue and comprehensive understanding, is to appreciate that the concept of law is not state-centred and must reflect relationships to other legal systems.
Other form:Print version: Von Daniels, Detlef. Concept of law from a transnational perspective. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2010 9780754674689
Standard no.:9786613148995