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eBook American Legal Thought from Premodernism to Postmodernism: An Intellectual Voyage ePub

by Stephen M. Feldman

eBook American Legal Thought from Premodernism to Postmodernism: An Intellectual Voyage ePub
Author: Stephen M. Feldman
Language: English
ISBN: 0195109678
ISBN13: 978-0195109672
Publisher: Oxford University Press (January 20, 2000)
Pages: 288
Category: Legal Theory & Systems
Subcategory: Law
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 836
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ePub file: 1231 kb
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I was hopeing to learn about postmodern legal theory. You would most benefit from this book if you're new to legal theory. If you already understand modern legal theory, then most of the book is a rehash

I was hopeing to learn about postmodern legal theory. Since most of the book was about modern jurisprudence, and since he didn't really have much new to say about that, I was a little bored and disappointed. But I must say I found the postmodern discussion fascinating. If you already understand modern legal theory, then most of the book is a rehash.

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American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in. .Stephen M. Feldman is Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Tulsa.

American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over 200 years.

American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over two hundred years, running from the nation's founding through today. This book tells the story of this mercurial journey through jurisprudence by showing the development of legal thought through these three intellectual periods. Feldman's narrative revolves around two broad interrelated themes: jurisprudential foundations and the idea of progress.

American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over two hundred years, running from th.American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over 200 years, running from the nation's founding through the 20th century. This book tells the story of this mercurial journey of jurisprudence by showing the development of legal thought through these three intellectual periods.

The intellectual development of American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly form the nation's founding through today. Stephen Feldman traces this development through the lens of broader intellectual movements and in this work applies the concepts of premodernism, modernism, and postmodernism to legal thought, using examples or significant cases from Supreme Court history.

In a little over two hundred years, American legal thought moved from premodernism through modernism and into postmodernism

In a little over two hundred years, American legal thought moved from premodernism through modernism and into postmodernism. This book charts that intellectual voyage, stressing both the historical contexts in which. In a little over two hundred years, American legal thought moved from premodernism through modernism and into postmodernism

Description this book American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over 200 years, running from the nation s founding through the 20th century

Description this book American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over 200 years, running from the nation s founding through the 20th century. Feldman s narrative revolves around two broad interrelated themes: jurisprudential foundations and the idea of progress.

American legal thought has progressed remarkably quickly from premodernism to modernism and into postmodernism in little over 200 years, running from the nation's founding through the 20th century. This book tells the story of this mercurial journey of jurisprudence by showing the development of legal thought through these three intellectual periods. Feldman's narrative revolves around two broad interrelated themes: jurisprudential foundations and the idea of progress. Comprehensive and accessible, the book draws on significant cases from Supreme Court history to provide a handy one-volume overview for law students, practitioners, and legal scholars.
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