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Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain (Jurists: Profiles in Legal Theory) epub ebook

by Roger Cotterell

Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain (Jurists: Profiles in Legal Theory) epub ebook

Author: Roger Cotterell
Category: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press (November 25, 1999)
Pages: 256 pages
ISBN: 0748613390
ISBN13: 978-0748613397
Rating: 4.9
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It is evenhanded in its judgments.

It is evenhanded in its judgments. It is evenhanded in its judgments.

The interest and value that Roger Cotterrell finds in Durkheim’s legal theory is largely tied to this question. Construed as a philosophy of law which, via a sociological approach represents law

The book also surveys the work of jurists who were closely involved in Durkheim's sociological project, but are little . Cotterrell, Roger, Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain.

The book also surveys the work of jurists who were closely involved in Durkheim's sociological project, but are little known in the common law world. Stanford University Press, October 1999.

Study of his legal theory could extend the inquiries pursued in this book . In a seminal statement, Emile Durkheim argued that punishment of crime has a salutary effect on society by reaffirming the collective consciousness

Study of his legal theory could extend the inquiries pursued in this book, while discussion of wider themes from his sociology of religion could develop them in other ways. Durkheim on Justice, Morals and Politics. In a seminal statement, Emile Durkheim argued that punishment of crime has a salutary effect on society by reaffirming the collective consciousness. With few exceptions, Durkheim assumed that criminal punishment is done on behalf of society. With the rise of prison privatization, this assumption is increasingly called into question.

Roger Cotterrell studied law at University College London as an undergraduate and postgraduate and . Oxford: Clarendon Press (1995). Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain. Living Law: Studies in Legal and Social Theory. Abingdon: Routledge (2008).

Roger Cotterrell studied law at University College London as an undergraduate and postgraduate and began his teaching career at the University of Leicester as a lecturer in law in 1969. After returning to London in 1973, he studied sociology and politics at Birkbeck College while teaching law full-time at Queen Mary College. Stanford: Stanford University Press, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (1999).

Durkheim, Emile Law. Categories. Durkheim's Loyal Jurist? The Sociolegal Theory of Paul Huvelin. Similar books and articles. No categories specified (categorize this paper). Roger Cotterrell - 2005 - Ratio Juris 18 (4):504-518. A Formal Restatement of Durkheim's Division of Labor Theory. Jack P. Gibbs - 2003 - Sociological Theory 21 (2):103-127.

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Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain is the first full-length account in English of Durkheim's ideas on law. Radically challenging standard accounts of these ideas, it draws on a wide range of writings by Durkheim and his co-workers to present his legal thought systematically as a unified, highly original and hitherto unjustly neglected contribution to the understanding of law. Durkheim confronts issues about the moral foundations of contemporary Western law. He explains in relation to such fields as criminal, contract, property, inheritance, industrial, and family law, the values that must underpin this law, justifying these sociologically in terms of law's modern tasks and its historical development. Emile Durkheim: Law in a Moral Domain also surveys the work of jurists who were closely involved in Durkheim's sociological project, but are little known in the common world. It shows Durkheimian legal theory as a rich, multi-faceted enterprise which, until now, has lacked proper recognition. Addressing many standard criticisms of Durkheim's sociology, Professor Cotterrell shows that some of these need substantial reconsideration in the light of Durkheim's work on law.* Accessible account of the whole of Durkheim's writing about law in society * Shows the centrality of Durkeim's legal theory to his social theory as a whole * Reveals Durkheim as a highly original and instructive theorist of law * Does not presuppose prior familiarity with Durkheim's sociology or with legal theory
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