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The Cambridge Companion To European Union Private Law

Author : Christian Twigg-Flesner
ISBN : 9780521516174
Genre : Law
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A critical 2010 introduction to European Private Law, written by the leading scholars in the field.

The Cambridge Companion To Comparative Law

Author : Mauro Bussani
ISBN : 9780521895705
Genre : Law
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The book delves into the 'deeper structures' of the world's legal systems, where law meets culture, politics and socio-economic factors.

The Cambridge Companion To International Law

Author : James Crawford
ISBN : 9781107493438
Genre : Law
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This intellectually rigorous introduction to international law encourages readers to engage with multiple aspects of the topic: as 'law' directing and shaping its subjects; as a technique for governing the world of states and beyond statehood; and as a framework within which several critical and constructivist projects are articulated. The articles situate international law in its historical and ideological context and examine core concepts such as sovereignty, jurisdiction and the state. Attention is also given to its operation within international institutions and in dispute settlement, and a separate section is devoted to international law's 'projects': protecting human rights, eradicating poverty, the conservation of resources, the regulation of international trade and investment and the establishment of international order. The diverse group of contributors draws from disciplinary orientations ranging from positivism to postmodernism to ensure that this book is informed theoretically and politically, as well as grounded in practice.

The Cambridge Companion To Muhammad

Author : Jonathan E. Brockopp
ISBN : 9781139828383
Genre : History
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As the Messenger of God, Muhammad stands at the heart of the Islamic religion, revered by Muslims throughout the world. The Cambridge Companion to Muhammad comprises a collection of essays by some of the most accomplished scholars in the field exploring the life and legacy of the Prophet. The book is divided into three sections, the first charting his biography and the milieu into which he was born, the revelation of the Qur'ān, and his role within the early Muslim community. The second part assesses his legacy as a law-maker, philosopher, and politician and, finally, in the third part, chapters examine how Muhammad has been remembered across history in biography, prose, poetry, and, most recently, in film and fiction. Essays are written to engage and inform students, teachers, and readers coming to the subject for the first time. They will come away with a deeper appreciation of the breadth of the Islamic tradition, of the centrality of the role of the Prophet in that tradition, and, indeed, of what it means to be a Muslim today.

The Cambridge Companion To The Roman Republic

Author : Harriet I. Flower
ISBN : 0521003903
Genre : Art
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This companion examines all aspects of Roman history and civilization from the founding of the republic in 509 BC to the crossing of the Rubicon in 49 BC, by which Julius Ceasar precipitated the civil war against Pompey that led first to his dictatorship & subsequently to the Augustan empire.

The Cambridge Companion To Human Rights Law

Author : Conor Gearty
ISBN : 9781107016248
Genre : Law
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Captures the essence of the multi-layered subject of human rights law in a way that is authoritative, critical and scholarly.

The Cambridge Companion To Public Law

Author : Mark Elliott
ISBN : 9781107029750
Genre : Law
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A scholarly and accessible examination of key themes, debates and issues in contemporary public law by leading authorities on the subject.

The Cambridge Companion To International Criminal Law

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The Cambridge Companion To The Age Of Justinian

Author : Michael Maas
ISBN : 9781139826877
Genre : History
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This book introduces the Age of Justinian, the last Roman century and the first flowering of Byzantine culture. Dominated by the policies and personality of emperor Justinian I (527–565), this period of grand achievements and far-reaching failures witnessed the transformation of the Mediterranean world. In this volume, twenty specialists explore the most important aspects of the age including the mechanics and theory of empire, warfare, urbanism, and economy. It also discusses the impact of the great plague, the codification of Roman law, and the many religious upheavals taking place at the time. Consideration is given to imperial relations with the papacy, northern barbarians, the Persians, and other eastern peoples, shedding new light on a dramatic and highly significant historical period.

The Cambridge Companion To Hobbes S Leviathan

Author : Patricia Springborg
ISBN : 9781139827287
Genre : Philosophy
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This Companion makes a new departure in Hobbes scholarship, addressing a philosopher whose impact was as great on Continental European theories of state and legal systems as it was at home. This volume is a systematic attempt to incorporate work from both the Anglophone and Continental traditions, bringing together newly commissioned work by scholars from ten different countries in a topic-by-topic sequence of essays that follows the structure of Leviathan, re-examining the relationship among Hobbes's physics, metaphysics, politics, psychology, and religion. Collectively they showcase important revisionist scholarship that re-examines both the context for Leviathan and its reception, demonstrating the degree to which Hobbes was indebted to the long tradition of European humanist thought. This Cambridge Companion shows that Hobbes's legacy was never lost and that he belongs to a tradition of reflection on political theory and governance that is still alive, both in Europe and in the diaspora.

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