Jurisprudence as Ideology

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Routledge, Nov 10, 2005 - Law - 234 pages
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In Jurisprudence as Ideology, Valerie Kerruish asks how it is that people who are put down, let down and kept down by law can be thought to have a general political obligation to obey it. She engages with contemporary issues in socialist, feminist and critical legal theory, and links these issues to debates in jurisprudence and the philosophy and sociology of law.

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Contents

THINKING ABOUT JURISPRUDENCE AS IDEOLOGY
1
1 A REALIST CONCEPT OF IDEOLOGY
15
2 THREE CONCEPTS OF LAW
31
3 TRADITION AGREEMENT AND ARGUMENT IN JURISPRUDENCE
57
THE LEGAL CONSTRUCTION OF OBJECTIVITY
78
5 RIGHTS FETISHISM
99
THE EXCLUSION OF STANDPOINT
118
STANDPOINT RELATIVITY AND THE VALUE OF LAW
138
Notes
144
Bibliography
149
Index
155
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