Reading Ricoeur Through Law

Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books (2021)
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This is the first collection of essays examining Paul Ricoeur's writings on law, bringing together eminent Ricoeur scholars from around the world to demonstrate the importance of Ricoeur's philosophy for the juridical field while offering new paths to extend and build on his work.



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