|Abstract||Law in between facts and norms -- Law in the postnational constellation -- Situating the debate between Habermas and Hart -- Establishing institutions -- The variety of legal systems -- Relations between legal systems -- The quest for normative foundations -- Conceiving general jurisprudence.|
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