Introduction to Jurisprudence, 2008 by Freeman

    Lloyd s Introduction to Jurisprudence is the leading textbook on jurisprudence in the
     English-speaking world. It enables students to develop a good understanding of the
     theories of the different schools of jurisprudence, and to appreciate the contributions
     made to legal theory by leading jurists and others, from the Ancient Greeks to the
     postmodernists. Lloyd combines a substantial text with extracts from a wide range of
     authoritative sources. The works of more than 100 jurists are extracted, from Aristotle
     to Dworkin, and beyond. These are supported by detailed and well documented introductory
     sections a textbook in themselves which offer critical insight into the texts. The eighth
     edition has been updated throughout and contains substantial new writing including a new
     chapter on Dworkin s Interpretivism, as well as new sections on the theory of human rights,
     on Bourdieu s legal thought, on Nussbaum s frontiers of justice , on global justice, on Murphy
     s natural law. Amongst jurists extracted for the first time
     in this edition are Mark Murphy, Gustav Radbruch, William Edmundson, Kent Greenwalt,
     Scott Hershovitz, Gerald Postema and Jeremy Waldron.
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