Pluralism and Law: Global problems
Franz Steiner Verlag, 2004 - 217 pages
Contents Brenda M. Baker: Will Kymlicka on Minority Cultures and their Entitlements - Patricia Smith: Legal Reason, Human Rights and Plural Values - B. de Castro Cid: Some paradoxes about collective human rights - Winfried Brugger: The Common Good and Pluralism in the Modern Constitutional State - Carla M. Zoethout: Does the multicultural Society Require New Human Rights? An Appeal to the Ideal of Constitutional Democracy - Valentin Petev: Legal Ought and Moral Ought in a Pluralistic Society - John Mikhail: Islamic Rationalism and the Foundation of Human Rights - Kamal Hossain: Pluralism and the Law, Evolving legal frameworks for change in Muslim societies: some reflections - Kate McMillan: Non-indigenous minority rights in the neo-liberal state: the New Zealand experience - Agnes T. M. Schreiner: Observing the differences - Christoph Eberhard / Nidhi Gupta: Towards a Pluralist and Intercultural Approach to Law: Tackling the Challenge of Women's Rights in India - Cees Maris / Sawitri Saharso: Honour Killing: A Case for Cultural Defence? - Albie Sachs: Towards the Revitalisation of Customary Law in an Egalitarian Constitutional Democracy - Christa Rautenbach: Legal Pluralism versus Gender Equality: The South African Scenario - Marek Smolak: Lustration and Reconciliation. Polish and South African experience - Luiz Fernando Coelho: The Future of Law and the Remembrance of the Future - Stephen C. Hicks: Spirit and Law: the legal person in a post-modern, global, hi-tech world - Barry J. Rodger: Globalisation and the Depoliticisation of Competition Law - David Castle: Legal Ontology and the Conservation of Biodiversity - Keith Culver: Returning to Normal: Can Corrective Justice Be Achieved When Genetically Modified Salmon Escape and Do Damage? - Willemien du Plessis / Johan Nel: Environmental Framework Law: a strategy towards integrating pluralistic legislation - Kimmo Nuotio: Making Sense of the aeInternational' and the aeRegional' in Criminal Law and Criminal Policy.
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Arend Soeteman Introduction
Patricia Smith Legal Reason Human Rights and Plural Values
Zoethout Does the Multicultural Society Require New Human Rights?
John Mikhail Islamic Rationalism and the Foundation of Human Rights
Christoph Eberhard and Nidhi Gupta Towards a Pluralist and Intercultural
Albie Sachs Towards the Revitalisation of Customary Law in an Egalitarian
Marek Smolak Lustration and Reconciliation Polish and South African
the legal person in a postmodern
David Castle Legal Ontology and the Conservation of Biodiversity
Can Corrective Justice Be Achieved When
Kimmo Nuotio Making Sense of the International and the Regional in Criminal
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