Lloyd's Introduction to Jurisprudence is the leading textbook on jurisprudence in the English-speaking world, covering the whole field of jurisprudence.
Combines an authoritative text with extracts from a huge variety of authors, extracting the works of more than a hundred jurists Gives critical insight into the texts with detailed and well-documented introductory sections Examines the contributions made to legal theory by leading jurists from the Ancient Greeks to the postmodernists Covers Aristotle, Raz, Habermas, Unger, Coleman, Perry, Kramer, Nelken and Iris Marion Young Contains a new chapter on Ronald Dworkin, analysing his work Places emphasis on Hart, particularly the "Postscript" and the commentary this has provoked Provides more references to contemporary debates e.g. positivism v natural law Offers a fuller discussion of justice, including global justice
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 1659 pages
- Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
- Publication Date: 24/10/2014
- Category: Jurisprudence & philosophy of law
- ISBN: 9780414026728