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Maksymilian Del Mar

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September 13, 2011 0230276601 978-0230276604
This book provides a collection of 11 cutting-edge essays by leading young scholars, challenging long-held assumptions and offering new research paradigms in Philosophy of Law, in five parts: 1) methodology/metatheory; 2) reasoning/evaluating; 3) values/the moral life; 4) institutions/the social life; and 5) the global/international dimension.

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"New Waves in Philosophy of Law brings together some of the most promising younger scholars addressing many of the most pressing problems in the field. Those looking for fresh insights on current issues in legal philosophy should look no further." -- Thom Brooks, Newcastle University, UK

About the Author

MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR is a Researcher, funded by the Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research, based at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. His research interests lie in legal and social philosophy. His recent publications include Contemporary Legal Theory (a 3-volume series, co-edited with Michael Giudice, William Twining and Wil Waluchow), and papers in Law & Philosophy, Human Studies, Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Loyola Law Review.

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