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An inner morality of law1. The 'pure theory of law' and the notion of self-containmentFormalism and deduction; The promise of formalism; 1. Abstract: 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 each of which contains General Themes, Advanced Topics, tutorial questions and guidance on further reading:Law and Politics, locating the place of law within the study of institutions of government Legal Reasoning, examining the contested nature of the application of lawLaw in Modernity, exploring the social forces that shape legal development. Reviews Editorial reviews Publisher Synopsis 'Professors Veitch, Christodoulidis and Farmer have created a very modern tool here breaking from the old approaches to the book is very well described as 'accessible, interdisciplinary and socially informed' and successfully takes account of the most recent developments in current jurisprudential thought. It is just what I need to explain modern jurisprudence to the worried student!
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The courts are suited to handle the latter aspects, but they cannot be expected to carry out the entire process on their own.
All the essays reviewed above call on the need to separate the legal from the political in order for normative ideals of reconciliation to take shape. However, a growing number of studies in judicial politics emphasize the political origins of laws and legal institutions McCubbins, Noll, and Weingast ; Shapiro ; Stone Sweet ; Stone Sweet Some studies indicate that independent judges call upon their political preferences when applying or interpreting the law to a given case Segal and Spaeth There is, no doubt, some tension between the normative ideals outlined in these essays and empirical evidence presented by the above mentioned studies.
Perhaps future research will reconcile the two lines of thought by either showing the manner in which the law can be separated from politics or by proving that such a separation cannot be achieved based on fundamental principles of the human condition.
In conclusion, the book addresses questions of interest to a wide audience. It asks a number of intellectually interesting questions and, in addressing them, raises intriguing questions for further research. Knight, Jack.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Lijphart, Arendt. McCubbins, Matthew, Roger G.
Noll, and Barry Weingast. North, Douglas C.
Przeworski, Adam. Segal, Jeffrey A.
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Shapiro, Martin, and Alec Stone. Shvetsova, Olga. Gert Verschraegen contribution re-centres the State in the debate. They rather shift its function and position.
Verschraegen stresses this point in arguing for the inclusionary effects of fundamental rights, and that a functioning State plays an important role herein and is in fact a presupposition for a societal constitution. In the second response, Bart van Klink engages essentially with three points of criticism from, what could be deemed, an approach external to social systems theory and closer to a more traditional legal theoretical perspective in the vein of Kelsen and Oakeshott.
One might conjecture that the debate will be re-opened due to a normative and critical turn in social systems theory.
The latter, Van Klink argues, entails a reduction of social problems to communicative problems. Wil Martens argues from a social systems theory internal perspective that however challenges key categorical concepts.