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  1. William L. Twining (2009). General Jurisprudence: Understanding Law From a Global Perspective. Cambridge University Press.
    This book explores how globalisation influences the understanding of law. Adopting a broad concept of law and a global perspective, it critically reviews mainstream Western traditions of academic law and legal theory. Its central thesis is that most processes of so-called 'globalisation' take place at sub-global levels and that a healthy cosmopolitan discipline of law should encompass all levels of social relations and the legal ordering of these relations. It illustrates how the mainstream Western canon of jurisprudence needs to be (...)
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  2. William L. Twining (2006/1994). Rethinking Evidence: Exploratory Essays. Cambridge University Press.
    The Law of Evidence has traditionally been perceived as a dry, highly technical, and mysterious subject. This book argues that problems of evidence in law are closely related to the handling of evidence in other kinds of practical decision-making and other academic disciplines, that it is closely related to common sense and that it is an interesting, lively and accessible subject. These essays develop a readable, coherent historical and theoretical perspective about problems of proof, evidence, and inferential reasoning in law. (...)
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  3. William L. Twining & Iain Hampsher-Monk (eds.) (2003). Evidence and Inference in History and Law: Interdisciplinary Dialogues. Northwestern University Press.
  4. William L. Twining (2000/2001). Globalisation and Legal Theory. Northwestern University Press.
    This work brings together eight linked essays which make the case for a revival of general jurisprudence in response to the challenges of globalisation, explores how far the heritage of Anglo-American jurisprudence and comparative law is adequate to meeting the challenges, and puts forward an agenda for general jurisprudence and comparative law, especially in the English-speaking world in the first ten or twenty years of the millennium. The book is traditional in focussing on the mainstream of Anglo-American intellectual heritage and (...)
     
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  5. William L. Twining & Alex Stein (eds.) (1992). Evidence and Proof. New York University Press.
    This volume brings together leading theoretical writings on legal fact-finding which are dispersed and not readily accessible.
     
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  6. Richard Tur & William L. Twining (eds.) (1986). Essays on Kelsen. Clarendon Press.
    This book presents papers that deal with Hans Kelsen's legal philosophy, and includes contributions from Hedley Bull, J.W. Harris, Phillip Pettit, Joseph Raz, Jes Bjarup, and Stanley L. Paulson.
     
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  7. William L. Twining (1985). Theories of Evidence: Bentham and Wigmore. Stanford University Press.
    The Rationalist Tradition of evidence scholarship1 The history of the law of evidence is the history of a series of largely isolated responses to particular ...
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  8. William L. Twining (ed.) (1983). Facts in Law: Association for Legal and Social Philosophy, Ninth Annual Conference at Hatfield College, University of Durham, 2nd-4th April 1982. [REVIEW] Steiner.
     
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