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    A. Fischer-Lescano (2012). Critical Systems Theory. Philosophy and Social Criticism 38 (1):3-23.
    Besides their skepticism about universal reason and universal morality, the Frankfurt Schools of Critical Systems Theory and Critical Theory share basic assumptions: (1) the thinking in societal-systemic, institutional concepts, which transcend simple reciprocal relations by dint of their complexity; (2) the assumption that society is based on fundamental paradoxes, antagonisms, antinomies; (3) the strategy to conceptualize justice as a contingent and transcendental formula; (4) the form of immanent (and not morality-based, external) critique as an attitude of transcendence; (5) the aim (...)
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    Andreas Fischer-Lescano (2013). Postmoderne Rechtstheorie Als Kritische Theorie. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 61 (2):179-196.
    Understanding the relationship of law and violence is one of the most important tasks for a postmodern critical legal theory. In his recent book Recht und Gewalt Christoph Menke explores the thesis that violence is not something external to law but an essential part of its constitution. While his concise analysis reveals the fundamental conflict of autonomy and societal responsivity of law, I suggest that we have to radicalize his concept in three ways. First, I propose to reconsider the belief (...)
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  3. Sonja Buckel, Ralph Christensen & Andreas Fischer-Lescano (2006). „Einleitung, Neue Theoriepraxis des Rechts “. In Sonja Buckel, Ralph Christensen & Andreas Fischer-Lescano (eds.), Neue Theorien des Rechts. Lucius & Lucius
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  4. Sonja Buckel, Ralph Christensen & Andreas Fischer-Lescano (eds.) (2006). Neue Theorien des Rechts. Lucius & Lucius.
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  5. Sarah Elsuni, Sonja Buckel, Ralph Christensen & Andreas Fischer-Lescano (2006). » Feministische Rechtstheorie «. In Sonja Buckel, Ralph Christensen & Andreas Fischer-Lescano (eds.), Neue Theorien des Rechts. Lucius & Lucius
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  6. Andreas Fischer-Lescano (2015). A ‘Just and Non-Violent Force’? Critique of Law in World Society. Law and Critique 26 (3):267-280.
    The article takes critiques of the entanglement of law with violence as a point of departure for exploring the possibility of a ‘tertium of law’. It thereby seeks to overcome the dichotomous basic assumptions that see law as always oscillating between an apology for violence on the one hand, and a utopia of reason on the other. The text analyses the possibility of this ‘tertium’, a ‘legal force’ beyond legal violence and legal reason, in four steps, drawing on the work (...)
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