The Unity of the Common LawStudies in Hegelian Jurisprudence
File Type :Online
Number of Pages :347
Countering the influential view of Critical Legal Studies that law is an
incoherent mixture of conflicting political ideologies, this book forges a new
paradigm for understanding the common law as being unified and systematic. Alan
Brudner applies Hegel's legal and moral philosophy to fashion a comprehensive
synthesis of the common law of property, contract, tort, and crime.