来源:[J].Law and Humanities, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:The Western legal tradition portrays itself as a tradition of rationality. Although this tradition is rooted in the academic treatment of law at the medieval university, medieval juridical mannerisms seem to be anathema to Weberian 'formal rationality.' Scholasticism has become t...
来源:[J].Law and Humanities, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:The purpose of this article is to explain the significance of the mortgage in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost. Hitherto, there has been a lack of clarity regarding the precise nature of the transaction entered into between the Kings of France and Navarre, described at the begi...
来源:[J].Law and Humanities, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:A review of 'Memory, Imagination, Justice: Intersections of Law and Literature' by David Gurnham
来源:[J].Legisprudence, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:In 1996 John Perry Barlow made his now infamous Declaration of Independence for Cyberspace. In this the cyberlibertarian ethos was laid out: We must declare our virtual selves immune to your sovereignty, even as we continue to consent to your rule over our bodies. We will spread ...
来源:[J].Legisprudence, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:To cope with an increasingly proactive technological infrastructure a so-called vision of Ambient Law has been developed. It entails the articulation of legal protection into the ICT architecture, to safeguard our rights and freedoms within the various cyberspaces we inhabit. I w...
来源:[J].The Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 2011, Vol.11 (2)
摘要:Corruption in the public sphere traditionally attracts greater attention than private sector corruption. However, the corporate sector's involvement in corruption and related activities, though complex and less obvious, should not be underestimated. The need to combat corporate c...
来源:[J].Transnational Legal Theory, 2011, Vol.2 (1)
摘要:A review of Patrick Capps', 'Human Dignity and the Foundations of International Law' by Graham Hudson
来源:[J].Law and Humanities, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:This paper explores the problematic relationship of literature to law, demonstrating that even as literature sheds a critical light on the internal and external contradictions of the law, it also, conversely, adopts the lawyer's practice of trying to restore social harmony throug...
来源:[J].Law and Humanities, 2011, Vol.5 (2)
摘要:This essay explores Roger L'Estrange's editions of Aesop as educational texts featuring a sustained and complex engagement with equity, one grounded in a largely non-Aristotelian idea of equity as normative or universal justice and a sense thereof.


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