By Winnifred Sullivan,Robert Yelle,Mateo Taussig-Rubbo
This paintings supplies targeted realization to the secularism of legislations, exploring how legislation turned secular, the phenomenology of the felony secular, and the demanding situations that lingering non secular formations and different points of globalization pose for contemporary law's self-understanding. Bringing jointly students with a number of views and orientations, it offers a deeper knowing of the interconnections among legislation and faith and the unforeseen histories and anthropologies of felony secularism in a globalizing modernity.
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After Secular Law (The Cultural Lives of Law) by Winnifred Sullivan,Robert Yelle,Mateo Taussig-Rubbo