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Comparative law in a global context : the legal systems of Asia and Africa / Werner Menski
Bib ID 3663517
Format BookBook
Author
Menski, Werner
 
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Edition 2nd ed. 
Description Cambridge, England ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2006 
xx, 674 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780521858595
9780521675291
0521858593
0521675294
Full contents
  • Globalisation and Asian and African legal systems
  • Comparative law and legal theory from a global perspective
  • Legal pluralism in legal theory and comparative law
  • Comparative jurisprudence : images and reflections of law
  • Hindu law : the search for appropriateness
  • Muslim law : god's law or men's law?
  • African law : the search for law
  • Chinese law : code and conduct
  • Towards global legal realism.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 614-658) and index.

Subjects Comparative law.  |  Law -- Philosophy.

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