Arguing about law arguing about philosophy aileen kavanagh john oberdiek on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers arguing about law introduces philosophy of law in an accessible and engaging way the reader covers a wide range of topics. John oberdiek writes and teaches in torts and tort theory as well as in legal political and moral philosophy more broadly he is a graduate of middlebury college and studied philosophy and law as a post graduate at oxford nyu from which he holds an ma and the university of pennsylvania which granted him his jd and phd through its dual degree fellowship program. Editions for arguing about law 0415462428 paperback published in 2008 kindle edition published in 2013 041546241x hardcover published in 2008 1. Arguing about law crc press book aileen kavanagh john oberdiek paperback 5595 hardback 15500 editors bio summary arguing about law introduces philosophy of law in an accessible and engaging way the reader covers a wide range of topics from general jurisprudence law the state and the individual to topics in normative . Arguing about law is an inventive and stimulating reader for students new to philosophy of law legal theory and jurisprudence aileen kavanagh is reader in law at the university of leicester uk john oberdiek is associate professor of law at the rutgers university school of law camden usa and co director of the rutgers institute for law
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