Anti-Lawyers David Saunders

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Anti-Lawyers  by  David Saunders

Anti-Lawyers by David Saunders
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Anti-Lawyers discusses how we should regard todays critics of law and government--for example, the critical legal studies movement--in the light of the historical and still unfinished struggle to separate the legal regulation of civil life fromMoreAnti-Lawyers discusses how we should regard todays critics of law and government--for example, the critical legal studies movement--in the light of the historical and still unfinished struggle to separate the legal regulation of civil life from the Christian regulation of conscience.

Separate sections look at major figures in English common law in the Early Modern period, French and German absolutism, and jurisprudence as it is taught in the American law texts of today. The author examines the interface between law and social science while critiquing the increasingly popular postmodern readings of law.



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