Jurisprudence as ideology
How can universally valid legal principles possibly exist in a manifestly unequal world? The author of this treatise examines the question and argues that a progressive law may be possible. His study will be of interest to students of law and philosophy.
Print Book, English, 1991
Routledge, London, 1991
xii, 221 pages ; 23 cm.
9780415050012, 9780415088572, 0415050014, 0415088577
Thinking about jurisprudence as ideology; a realist concept of ideology; three concepts of law; tradition, agreement and argument in jurisprudence; the jurisprudence game; the legal construction of objectivity; rights fetishism; against jurisprudence - the exclusion of standpoint; standpoint - relativity and the value of law.