Saturday, March 30, 2013

NO FOUNDATIONS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF LAW AND JUSTICE. Law's Justice: A Law and Humanities Perspective


No Foundations is an international peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing interdisciplinary legal scholarship of the highest quality at the interface between law and justice. We encourage contributions from all areas of law and beyond, with the aim of bridging the gap once opened between law and other social and human activities and experiences.

On the assumption that law is a socially embedded phenomenon that cannot be fully understood as an autonomous discipline, we aim to connect law both with its real effects on the lives of individuals and societies, and with the realm of human aspirations and ideals that give it life and meaning.



NO FOUNDATIONS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF LAW AND JUSTICE
Number 9 (2012)
Law's Justice: A Law and Humanities Perspective

Content:
Justice in Tension: An Expression of Law and the Legal Mind
James Boyd White
Configuring Justice
Jeanne Gaakeer
To Avenge, to Forgive or to Judge? Literary Variations
François Ost
Speaking of the Imperfect: Law, Language and Justice
Marianne Constable
Justice and the Colonial Collision: Reflections on Stories of Intercultural Encounter in Law, Literature, Sculpture and Film
Rebecca Johnson
The Heart of Law
M. Paola Mittica
Having Gods, Being Greek and Getting Better: On Equity and Integrity Concerning Property an Other Posited Laws
Gary Watt
The Ethics of Testimony: Trauma, Body and Justice in Sarah Kofman's Autobiography
Ari Hirvonen

Disponible en: http://www.helsinki.fi/nofo/currentissue.html

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