Law and Society
Series edited by Robert Heiner and John Woods
Malin Akerstrom, Matthias Armgardt, Donald Black, Larry Laudan, Sebastien Magnier, Henry Prakken, Shahid Rahman, Antonino Rotolo, Vincenzo Ruggiero, Giovanni Sartor, Uri Schild.
The aim of the series will be to include writings in Criminology, the Sociology, Philosophy, History, and Logic of Law.
For instance, the Sociology of Law might include such topics as:
- inequality and the law (class, race, and gender)
- comparative criminal justice
- transnational crime
- the media and crime
- privacy and surveillance
- the legal profession
Philosophy of Law might include
- concepts of justice
- legal ethics
- the rights of the individual vis-à-vis the State
- the philosophy of punishment
Authors are invited to submit proposals to Jane Spurr (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Volume 4: |
Logical Concepts in Legal Positivism
Legal Norms from a Philosophical Perspective
Juliele Maria Sievers
The Laws Flaws
Rethinking Trials and Errors?
|Volume 2: |
Is Legal Reasoning Irrational? An Introduction to the Epistemology of Law
Just the Basics