This book makes an original contribution to research in presenting the discipline of jurisprudence not via a summary of positions or the history of the subject but via an independent and rigorous reasoned assessment of the arguments offered by different legal theorists in relation to the issues about which they disagree. As the bibliography demonstrates, the volume of work analysed, synthesised, applied and critiqued in the book is substantial. The proposal was peer-reviewed.
|Place of Publication||Sydney, NSW|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|