Toward a new legal common sense engages in a series of sociological analyses of law in order to illustrate the need for a profound theoretical reconstruction of the notion of legality based on locality nationality and globality in this way the author shows how developments including suprastate organisations such as the european union and international human rights law can be given their . Toward a new legal common sense october 2020. Toward a new legal common sense law globalization and emancipation search within full text get access buy the print book check if you have access via personal or institutional login log in register recommend to librarian cited by 1 cited by 1 crossref citations this book has been cited by the following publications this list is generated based on data provided by crossref nowak . This new edition of a title originally published by routledge new york is part of the acclaimed law in context series whose aim is to develop broad interdisciplinary perspectives on law toward a new legal common sense is written for students taking law and globalisation courses and political science philosophy and sociology students doing optional subjects. Toward a new legal common sense law globalization and emancipation law in context ebook de sousa santos boaventura amazonca kindle store
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