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Civil Society, Constitution, and Legitimacy
coverPostmodern 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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Philosophy of Law

Website for students of the philosophy of law by Peter Suber, Department of Philosophy, Earlham College.

Site Includes:

bulletAssociations
bulletInstitute of Medicine, Law, and Ethics. University of Liverpool.
bulletInternational Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy
bulletEthical, Legal, and Social Issues in Science (ELSI) Project. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
bulletJournals
bulletAnnual Review of Law and Ethics / Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik. Only tables of contents online.
bulletLaw and Philosophy
bulletLaw and Social Inquiry. "For research and critical commentary spanning law and sociology, economics, history, philosophy, and other social sciences."
bulletLegal Theory
bulletRatio Juris. "An International Journal of Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law."
bulletUtilitas. An interdisciplinary journal of moral and political philosophy, economic theory, jurisprudence, and intellectual history. No online content.
bulletLaw and Economics Resources. From FindLaw.
bulletLegal Ethics. From Legalethics.com.

Site also includes links to Online Law Dictionaries:

bulletGlossary of Legal Terms. From Court TV.
bullet'Lectric Law Lexicon. From the 'Lectric Law Library.
bulletLegal Dictionary. From the World Wide Legal Information Association.

 

Legal Semiotics Monographs

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.

 

Practical Moral Philosophy for Lawyers

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.

 

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