Current Legal Problems, Volume 51: Legal Theory at the End of the Millennium

Paperback | January 15, 2000

EditorM. D. A. Freeman

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This book is the fifty-first volume of Current Legal Problems and contains the now customary selection of high-quality essays by a group of outstanding scholars. This volume gathers together a particularly valuable and broad-ranging set of contributions which makes for a stimulating study oflegal theory at the end of the millennium

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This book is the fifty-first volume of Current Legal Problems and contains the now customary selection of high-quality essays by a group of outstanding scholars. This volume gathers together a particularly valuable and broad-ranging set of contributions which makes for a stimulating study oflegal theory at the end of the millennium

Michael Freeman is Professor of English Law at UCL

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Format:PaperbackPublished:January 15, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

William Twining: Imagining Bentham: A CelebrationNeil MacCormick: The Dialectic of Might and Right: Legal Positivisms and Constitutional ChangeTom Campbell: Legal Positivism and Deliberative DemocracyPhilip Schofield: Jeremy Bentham: Legislator of the WorldGerald J. Postema: Norms, Reason, and LawIain Stewart: Kelsen TomorrowRobert Alexy: Law and CorrectnessFrederick Schauer: On the Supposed Defeasibility of Legal RulesAntony Duff: Inclusion and Exclusion: Citizens, Subjects, and OutlawsCass Sunstein: Practical Reason and Incompletely Theorized AgreementsAnthony Lisska: Bentham and Recent Work in Natural Law: Towards Reconstructing an Unstilted TheoryStephen Guest: Justice, Law, and Ronald Dworkin: Jurisprudence at the End of the CenturyRoger Cotterell: Law and Community: A New RelationshipRichard Posner: Bentham's Influence on the Law and Economics MovementNicola Lacey: Bentham as Proto-Feminist or An Ahistorical Fantasy on `Anarchical Fallacies'Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic: Critical Race Theory: Past, Present, and FutureBernard Jackson: Bentham, Truth, and the Semiotics of LawFrances Olsen: Some Jurisprudential Foundations of Critical Legal Studies and Feminist Legal Theory