Philosophy and Law by Douglas E. Litowitz.
This book offers a critical introduction to
writings on law by key postmodern philosophers - Nietzsche,
Foucault, Derrida, Lyotard, and Rorty - and articulates the
strengths and weaknesses of postmodern legal theory. Postmodern
Philosophy and Law bridges the gap between Anglo-American
jurisprudence and postmodern theory by discussing not only
traditional approaches such as natural law theory and legal
positivism but also continental philosophy and critical legal
studies. It is the first book to expound and critique postmodern
legal theory and its ramifications for a mainstream audience of
legal scholars and philosophers...
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Website for students of the philosophy of law by Peter Suber, Department of Philosophy, Earlham College.
Site also includes links to Online Law Dictionaries:
From Deborah Charles Publications.
Includes downloadable sections and bibliographies. There is also a substantial collection
of abstracts of articles published in their journals to the end of 1998.
By James R. Elkins
This site represents a systematic effort to re-imagine lawyer ethics as a
necessary common-sense inquiry. The proposed inquiry draws on literature and other disciplines rather than
traditional academic writings in moral philosophy. While the site focuses on lawyer ethics it should be seen as having
broader implications in the pedagogy of professional ethics.