Delimiting the Law: 'Postmodernism' and the Politics of Law

Pluto Press (1996)
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Keywords Law Philosophy  Postmodernism  Law Political aspects
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Call number K230.D38.D85 1996
ISBN(s) 0745311008   0745307698
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