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Law and Reflexive Politics (Law and Philosophy Library)

by E.A. Christodoulidis

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jurisprudence & philosophy of law,
  • Reference,
  • Law and politics,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Law,
  • Republicanism,
  • History & Surveys - General,
  • Law / General,
  • Law / Reference,
  • Philosophy-History & Surveys - General,
  • General,
  • Political aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7808605M
    ISBN 100792349547
    ISBN 109780792349549

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW AND POLITICS DR. MIRO CERAR* ABSTRACT: This article examines some basic characteristics of the relationship between national and international law and politics. The law functions in relation to politics in three basic aspects, namely as a Cited by: 4. So we see that Reflexive Law is just over 30 years old, and yet it has since become the prin­cipal means by which to col­lapse the traditional Rule of Law, based onactual laws, in the United States and in the Western ­ther­more, Reflexive Law starts without first deter­mining exactly what agree­ment will be reached, but moves for­ward anyway to see how far the par­tic­i.

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Law and Reflexive Politics (Law and Philosophy Library) by E.A. Christodoulidis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Law and Reflexive Politics argues against the dominant recent 'republican' trend in legal and democratic theory that sees law as the prime vessel of political action, means of empowerment of civil society and guarantor of democratic politics.

Law is the great concealer; and law is everywhere. Or so claimed Marxists once upon a time. [Law] was imbricated within the mode of production and productive relations themselves it intruded brusquely within alien categories, re-appearing bewigged and gowned in the form of ideology; it was an arm of politics and politics was one of its arms; it was an academic discipline, subjected.

Law is the great concealer; and law is everywhere. Or so claimed Marxists once upon a time. [Law] was imbricated within the mode of production and productive relations themselves it intruded brusquely within alien categories, re-appearing bewigged and gowned in the form of ideology; it was an arm of politics and politics was one of its arms; it was an academic discipline, subjected Brand: Springer Netherlands.

The Politics of Law is the most widely read critique of the nature and role of the law in American society. This revised edition continues the book's concrete focus on the major subjects and fields of law.

New essays on emerging fields and the latest trends and cases have been added to updated versions of the now-classic essays from earlier editions.A unique assortment of leading scholars and /5(6). Law and Reflexive Politics argues against the dominant recent `republican' trend in legal and democratic theory that sees law as the prime vessel of political action, means of empowerment of civil society and guarantor of democratic politics.

The first part of the book explores the recent trends in legal and political theory that suggest Cited by: Rogowski's challenging book offers readers a rigorous but accessible introduction to the theory of reflexive law, important and original insights into current issues in industrial relations and labour law and a fascinating preview of how a broad-based system of transnational law might one day : Paperback.

Law and Reflexive Politics argues against the dominant recent `republican' trend in legal and democratic theory that sees law as the prime vessel of political action, means of empowerment of civil society and guarantor of democratic politics. Against theorists as diverse as Dworkin, Habermas, Unger, Ackerman and others it argues that the law cannot, as these theorists would have it, contain.

Reflexive Law: The New Legal System Driving Sustainable Development, To the globalist, the Constitution is out. The Rule of law has collapsed. Reflexive Law has surpassed it all. Elements of political reflexivity are to be found throughout the body of political theory.

I will pursue the argument about ‘reflexive politics’, first of all, by relying on - but also criticising - theories that, I have found, contain elements of reflexivity. This section retraces those : Emilios A. Christodoulidis. The Domain of Reflexive Law Michael C.

Dorf Cornell Law School, [email protected] If a legal scholar were to write a book about the constitutional right of privacy, the regulation of same-sex intimacy, and the law of sexual har- The Politics of the Closet: Towards Equal Protection for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Identity, 36 UCLA L.

Books shelved as law-and-politics: The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court by Jeffrey Toobin, The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli, The New J. Reviewed by Renee A. Cramer, Law, Politics, & Society, Drake University.

Email: @ Since its publication inSarah Cote Hampson’s book THE BALANCE GAP: WORKING MOTHERS AND THE LIMITS OF LAW has become one that I return to frequently. Reflexive Labour Law in the World Society investigates trends in labour and employment law from the perspective of modern social systems theory.

It uses Niklas Luhmann’s theory of the world society and Gunther Teubner’s reflexive law concept for an analysis of. Law is also the means by which government itself is structured, regulated and controlled. It is no surprise, then, that law is an important prize in the political struggle and that law shapes how politics is conducted.

The scholarly study of law and politics is a growing and diverse field. The theme of this book stems from the idea that all men are flawed. The common judge is not an umpire anymore: neutral objective reasoning is impossible because the law does not operate in.

Edinburgh Law Review / List of Issues / Volume 4, Issue 1 / Emilios Christodoulidis, LAW AND REFLEXIVE POLITICS Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Law and Philosophy Library, volume xvn and pp (incl index). ISBN 0 7.

£Author: Andrew Halpin. flexive law in the context of the regulation of sexual harassment shows how reflexive law allows individuals voice in the application and elabora-tion of general norms such as gender equality.

Cohen does not think that reflexive law is a new legal paradigm in the sense that it will or should replace traditional direct regulation. advocating "Reflexive Politics", Christodoulidis expresses dissatisfaction with the limitations of law. An interesting point to pursue is to what extent reflexive politics leaves room for any law at all.

The first part of the book sets the target in focus. The legal theory under. Reflexivity has been taken up as the issue of "reflexive prediction" in economic science by Grunberg and Modigliani () and Herbert A.

Simon (), has been debated as a major issue in relation to the Lucas Critique, and has been raised as a methodological issue in economic science arising from the issue of reflexivity in the sociology of. And, however aloofly philosophical the intellectual project, the political thinker has to be able to make the designs work with the evidence of political life.

To speak of a politics of reflexive law–or reflexive law as mechanism of governance–is to address questions that such legal theory itself need not consider.

TY - BOOK TI - Reflexive Modernization: Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order AU - Lash, Scott AU - Beck, Ulrich AU - Giddens, Anthony SP.Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action.

It conceives of the EU as a law based supranational polity lacking the identity of a people as well as the coercive means of a state and argues that it is a.6.

Jean Clam, ‘What is Modern Power?’, in Michael King and Chris Thornhill, Luhmann on Law and Politics. Critical Appraisals and Applications (Oxford: Hart, ), pp. 7. Gunther Teubner, ‘Substantive and Reflexive Elements in Modern Law.’ Law & Society Review () 17(2): 8.