Law and the liberal state için kapak resmi
Başlık:
Law and the liberal state
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9781784412388
Yayın Bilgileri:
Bingley, U.K. : Emerald, 2014.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
1 online resource (x, 157 p.)
Seri:
Studies in law, politics, and society, v. 65

Studies in law, politics, and society ; v. 65.
Genel Not:
Special issue.
İçerik:
Trading truth for legitimacy in the liberal state : defending John Rawls's pragmatism / John P. Anderson -- The neoliberal state's Janus faces of law / Adelaide H. Villmoare, Peter G. Stillman -- Jury nullification : an illiberal defense of liberty / Timothy A. Delaune -- Gays in the military : towards a critical civil rights account / Susan Burgess -- Health care and the disembodied politics of American liberalism / Daniel Skinner -- Nomos and Native American narratives : the duality of law in the liberal state / Beau Breslin, Katherine Cavanaugh.
Özet:
This special issue of Studies in law, politics and society focuses on law and the liberal state; presenting an interdisciplinary and multifaceted approach to analysis of law and liberty. The first chapters focus on laẃs direct relationship with the American liberal state. John P. Anderson defends John Rawl's pragmatism; Adelaide Villmoare and Peter Stillman consider the 'Janus faces of laws', a double vision of law where both sides of the face adhere to one another through neoliberalism; and Timothy Delaune examines jury nullification. The remaining chapters then go on to consider specific applications of the law within society. Susan Burgess provides a critical account of what implications the inclusion of gays in the US military has for understanding the means by which the liberal state uses law to include the previously excluded. Daniel Skinner then problematizes the body politics of American liberalism, as viewed through the lens of health policy and the final chapter from Beau Breslin and Katherine Cavanaugh explores how various legal and judicial policies have highlighted the clash between the states' imperial authority and Native American narratives.
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This special issue of Studies in Law, Politics and Society focuses on law and the liberal state; presenting an interdisciplinary and multifaceted approach to analysis of law and liberty. The first chapters focus on law's direct relationship with the American liberal state. John P. Anderson defends John Rawl's pragmatism; Adelaide Villmoare and Peter Stillman consider the 'Janus faces of law', a double vision of law where both sides of the face adhere to one another through neoliberalism; and Timothy Delaune examines jury nullification. The remaining chapters then go on to consider specific applications of the law within society. Susan Burgess provides a critical account of what implications the inclusion of gays in the US military has for understanding the means by which the liberal state uses law to include the previously excluded. Daniel Skinner then problematizes the body politics of American liberalism, as viewed through the lens of health policy and the final chapter from Beau Breslin and Katherine Cavanaugh explores how various legal and judicial policies have highlighted the clash between the state's imperial authority and Native American narratives.