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eBook Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories (Critical Approaches to Law) ePub

by Margaret Davies

  • ISBN: 0415429331
  • Category: Business
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Margaret Davies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish; 1 edition (December 10, 2007)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1377 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1236 kb
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Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, South Australia.

Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, South Australia. She is the author of several books, including Asking the Law Question (2002) and Delimiting the Law (1996). Библиографические данные. Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories Critical Approaches to Law.

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Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories

Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories. This critique of property examines its classical conception: addressing its ontology and history, as well as considering its symbolic aspects and connection to social relations of power.

Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, South Australia

Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, South Australia. Each book provides a critical approach to a particular legal topic: whether this is an issue or theme within law or legal study, a disciplinary or sub-disciplinary area, a specific legal institution, a significant text, case or piece of legislation, an event, a person, or a specific approach to or tradition of law.

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Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories examines property in a cultural, symbolic . Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, South Australia.

Property: Meanings, Histories, Theories examines property in a cultural, symbolic and historical framework. One aim of the book is to outline the ways in which concepts of property are symbolically and practically connected to social relations of power.

International law theory is now witnessing the rise of what has been called the 'New Stream' of international law scholarship composed of critical perspectives. The 'New Stream' writers stand as part of a broader movement in contemporary legal theory commonly known as Critical Legal Studies. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

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This critique of property examines its classical conception: addressing its ontology and history, as well as considering its symbolic aspects and connection to social relations of power. It is organized around three themes: the ways in which concepts of property are symbolically and practically connected to relations of power. the 'objects' of property in changing contexts of materialism.

Critical theory is the reflective assessment and critique of society and culture by applying knowledge from the social sciences and the humanities to reveal and challenge power structures. Critical theory has origins in sociology and also in literary criticism. The sociologist Max Horkheimer described a theory as critical insofar as it seeks "to liberate human beings from the circumstances that enslave them.

This critique of property examines its classical conception: addressing its ontology and history, as well as considering its symbolic aspects andconnection to social relations of power.

It is organized around three themes:

the ways in which concepts of property are symbolically and practically connected to relations of power the 'objects' of property in changing contexts of materialism challenges to the Western idea of property posed by colonial and post-colonial contexts, such as the disempowerment through property of whole cultures, the justifications for colonial expansion and bio piracy.

Dealing with the symbolism of property, its history, traditional philosophical accounts and cultural difference, Margaret Davis has written an invaluable volume for all law students interested in property law.