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    ‘Life is Not Simply Fact’: Aesthetics, Atmosphere and the Neoliberal University.Karin Van Marle - 2018 - Law and Critique 29 (3):293-310.
    The main objective of this article is to reflect on the way in which a certain neoliberal logic and rationality have become common-sense and to contemplate the possibility of a different aesthetic. The tone or mood of this piece draws on recent work on atmosphere, affect and complexity, which will be used to explore the theme of neoliberalism within the context of the university. In the course of this discussion, I will consider questions such as: how could a different aesthetic (...)
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    ‘We Exist, but Who Are We?’ Feminism and the Power of Sociological Law.Karin Van Marle - 2012 - Feminist Legal Studies 20 (2):149-159.
    In this article the author revisits Carol Smart’s 1989 publication Feminism and the power of law. She engages with Smart’s main claims by way of a number of other thinkers. Following Marianne Constable’s description of contemporary American legal thought as socio-legal, the author tentatively considers if it could be argued that some strains in contemporary legal feminism that adopted a sociological method resulted in a similar absence of justice that concerns Constable. Smart’s caution against the development of a feminist jurisprudence (...)
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    `The Capabilities Approach', `The Imaginary Domain', and `Asymmetrical Reciprocity': Feminist Perspectives on Equality and Justice.Karin van Marle - 2003 - Feminist Legal Studies 11 (3):255-278.
    In this article the author revisits the question of how feminist theory/theories could address questions regarding universalism, sameness, difference, and the quest for justice. She reconsiders the quest for justice and equality for women and the possibilities of a feminist perspective on justice and a feminist `community'. The three feminist theorists that she discusses are Martha Nussbaum, Drucilla Cornell, and Iris Marion Young. Nussbaum is closer to a liberal defense of universal values – Cornell and Young stand critical of liberalism (...)
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    ‘We Exist, but Who Are We?’ Feminism and the Power of Sociological Law. [REVIEW]Rosemary Auchmuty & Karin Van Marle - 2012 - Feminist Legal Studies 20 (2):65-69.
    In this article the author revisits Carol Smart’s 1989 publication Feminism and the power of law. She engages with Smart’s main claims by way of a number of other thinkers. Following Marianne Constable’s description of contemporary American legal thought as socio-legal, the author tentatively considers if it could be argued that some strains in contemporary legal feminism that adopted a sociological method resulted in a similar absence of justice that concerns Constable. Smart’s caution against the development of a feminist jurisprudence (...)
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    Goldoni Marco and Christopher McCorkindale : Hannah Arendt and the Law: Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2012, Price: £60 , ISBN: 9781849461436.Karin van Marle - 2014 - Feminist Legal Studies 22 (3):319-321.
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  6. Introduction: Refusal, Risk, Liminality.Karin van Marle - 2009 - In Karin Van Marle (ed.), Refusal, Transition and Post-Apartheid Law. Sun Press.
     
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  7. Laughter, Refusal, Friendship: Thoughts on a 'Jurisprudence of Generosity'.Karin van Marle - 2009 - In Karin Van Marle (ed.), Refusal, Transition and Post-Apartheid Law. Sun Press.
     
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    Refusal, Transition and Post-Apartheid Law.Karin Van Marle (ed.) - 2009 - Sun Press.
    ... rushing around like the red queen in a world where change is virtuous merely because it is change, we can start by putting up some resistance. ...
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