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Item #79705 The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024. Talbot Publishing.
The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024
The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024
The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024
The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024
The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024

The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. March 2024

The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 19, No. 1. Talbot Publishing, an imprint of The Lawbook Exchange, 2024. ISSN 1477-0814 (Print). [vi], 452 pp. Softbound. $95. * CONTENTS: VOLUME XIX, ISSUE 1 (2024). Special Issue. The Worldview of Comparative Law. Edited by O. V. Kresin. - Introduction. W.E. Butler & O.V. Kresin. - World Picture of Comparative Law: "The Courage of Your Convictions" O.V. Kresin. - The Concept of Legal World Picture. M.A. Damirli. - "Writing the Earth and Representing the World": The Cartographical Ambitions of Comparative Law. M. Nicolini. - Basic Transformation of Legal Pictures: Purpose and Method of Comparative Law. O. Halabudenko. - Comparative Law and its Aspirations. J. Gordley. - Comparativism, Philosophy of Law, and Comparative Jurisprudence O.D. Tykhomyrov & D.O. Tykhomyrov. - After the "Picture of Law": Legal Comparison as the Discourse of the Existence of Law. O.V. Tkachenko. - National Legal Systems in the Context of Comparative Law A. Saidov. - National, Transnational, and Global Law: Trends of Development and Interaction. A.V. Egorov. - The Impact of Religions on Law-Making and Classification of Legal Systems (Islamic Law). H. Behruz. - Conception of Human Rights as Component of Religious Legal System (Contemporary Catholicism). S.P. Rabinovych. - Universality and Non-Universality in International Law: Comparative Reflections and Implications. W.E. Butler. - The Private and Public Law Dichotomy as the Paradigm of Global Law: Reality or Myth? E.O. Kharytonov & O.I. Kharytonova. - The Concept of "Imitation" and its Epistemological Relevance in Comparative Law and Comparative Legal History. M. Gutan. - The Business Judgment Rule in Anglo-American and Civil Law Systems: An Underlying Worldview. C.M. de Iuliis. - Can Methods from the Social and Human Sciences be of Value in Understanding Comparative Law Methodology? G. Samuel. - Units of Comparison Beyond (National) Law. A. Mercescu. - Contested Economic Maps of Legal Systems. M. Graziadei & M. Giraudo - Legal Images and Understandings of Law: Juristic Assumptions and Results, Student Evaluations and Choices. C. Varga. - Comparative Common Law Teaching: Why it is so Hard. C. Valcke. - Recently Appeared. W.E. Butler. The Journal of Comparative Law (the JCL) is a s.

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