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Key Facts: Jurisprudence Peter Halstead

Key Facts: Jurisprudence By Peter Halstead

Key Facts: Jurisprudence by Peter Halstead


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Part of Key Facts series, written for students studying Law, this revision guide is suitable for students taking Jurisprudence at Undergraduate level. It features user-friendly layout and style, diagrams, charts and tables to illustrate key points, summary charts at a basic level, followed by detailed explanations.

Key Facts: Jurisprudence Summary

Key Facts: Jurisprudence by Peter Halstead

Key Facts has been specifically written for students studying Law. This essential revision guide will be suitable for all students taking Jurisprudence at Undergraduate level.

Written and edited by an expert team of authors whose experience means they know exactly what is required in a revision aid. They include examiners, barristers and lecturers. They have brought their expertise and knowledge to the series to make it user-friendly and accessible.



Key Features include: user-friendly layout and style, diagrams, charts and tables to illustrate key points, summary charts at a basic level, followed by more detailed explanations, to aid revision at every level, pocket sized and easily portable, highly-regarded authors.



Jurisprudence includes: Natural Law, Legal Positivism, Utilitarianism, Historical Jurisprudence, Marxism, Sociology of Law, Legal Realism, Critical Legal Studies, Concepts.

About Peter Halstead

Author: Peter Halstead LLM is a Senior Lecturer in the Law Department at the University of Gloucestershire Business School. Series Editors: Jacqueline Martin LLM is a former Chief Examiner for A Level Law with a major examining board. She has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and has taught students of all ages. Her other titles include The English Legal System, published by Hodder and Stoughton Educational. Chris Turner LLM is Chief Examiner for A Level Law with a major examining board. He is a qualified barrister and has taught law at all levels. His other titles include Contract Law and Tort Law, both published by Hodder and Stoughton Educational.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1 The nature of jurisprudence
1.2 Vocabulary
1.3 Studying theories of law
1.4 Jurisprudential approaches to research
1.5 Assessments
2. Natural Law
2.1 The Greeks
2.2 The Romans
2.3 The Early Christians
2.4 Secular Philosophers
2.5 Nineteenth century decline
2.6 Twentieth century revival
3. Legal Positivism
3.1 Jeremy Bentham
3.2 John Austin
3.3 Hans Kelsen
3.4 HLA Hart
3.5 R Dworkin
4. Utilitarianism
4.1 Jeremy Bentham
4.2 John Stuart Mill
4.3 Economic analysis of law
5. Historical Jurisprudence
5.1 Von Savigny
5.2 Maine
6. Marxism
6.1 Hegel
6.2 Marx
6.3 Engels
6.4 Lenin
6.5 Pashukanis
7. Sociology of Law
7.1 Roscoe Pound
7.2 Eugen Ehrlich
7.3 Emile Durkheim
7.4 Max Weber
8. Legal Realism
8.1 American
8.2 Scandinavian
9. Critical Legal Studies
9.1 Feminism
9.2 Race and law
10. Concepts
10.1 Law and morality
10.2 Law and justice
10.3 Rights
10.4 Legal personality
Index

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GOR001889113
9780340886953
0340886951
Key Facts: Jurisprudence by Peter Halstead
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
20050826
144
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