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Learning and living legal pluralism

Priban, Jiri ORCID: 2021. Learning and living legal pluralism. [Online]. Oxford: Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. Available at:

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As its title suggests, Tamanaha's latest book Legal Pluralism Explained: History, Theory, Consequences is a historical and theoretical overview of one of the most overused concepts in contemporary social and legal studies, namely the concept of legal pluralism. It permeates legal theory, anthropology, sociology, and ethnography as much as more conventional streams of legal philosophy and jurisprudence. This conceptual inflation leads to the theoretical and intellectual confusion that Tamanaha tackles by offering a snapshot of legal pluralism in its historical and Western, as much as postcolonial and global transnational, contexts.

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Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Law
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Publisher: Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Last Modified: 21 May 2024 08:58

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