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An Introduction to Property Theory
Cambridge University Press (2012)
US$30.00

An introduction to the leading modern theories of property and applies those theories to concrete...

An Introduction to Rights
Cambridge University Press (2004)
US$28.00

The only accessible and readable introduction to rights.

Demystifying Legal Reasoning
Cambridge University Press (2008)
US$26.00

This book defends the proposition that there are no special forms of reasoning peculiar to law.

Crime and Culpability: A Theory of Criminal Law

Crime and Culpability

A Theory of Criminal Law

Cambridge University Press (2009)
US$30.00

This book presents a comprehensive theory of a culpability-based criminal law.

Normative Jurisprudence: An Introduction
Cambridge University Press (2011)
US$30.00

This book aims to reinvigorate normative legal scholarship that both criticizes positive law and...

Contract Law: Rules, Theory, and Context

Contract Law

Rules, Theory, and Context

Cambridge University Press (2012)
US$30.00

This book offers an accessible introduction to American contract law, useful to both first-year law...

What Makes Law: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law

What Makes Law

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law

Cambridge University Press (2014)
US$30.00

This advanced introduction to central questions in legal philosophy attempts to breathe new life...

Objectivity and the Rule of Law
Cambridge University Press (2007)
US$30.00

Kramer lucidly addresses some of the principal questions in this vital area of philosophical...

Deontic Logic and Legal Systems
Cambridge University Press (2014)
US$26.00

This book offers an introductory study on the many possibilities that logical analysis offers for...

The Legal Relation: Legal Theory after Legal Positivism

The Legal Relation

Legal Theory after Legal Positivism

Cambridge University Press (2017)
US$26.00

This book offers a conceptual reconstruction of the legal relation on the basis of a critique of...