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Karl Llewellyn and the Realist Movement.

Author: William Twining
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Series: Law in context.
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An intellectual biography of Karl Llewellyn, originally published in 1973. Includes a preface by Frederick Schauer and an afterword by William Twining.
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Biography
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Twining, William, 1934-
Karl Llewellyn and the realist movement.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
(DLC) 2012538136
(OCoLC)816519382
Named Person: Karl N Llewellyn; Karl N Llewellyn
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Twining
ISBN: 9781139528665 1139528661 9781139526272 1139526278 9781139151085 1139151088 1283870312 9781283870313
OCLC Number: 833769742
Notes: Replacing an over-broad category by a number of narrower categories.
Description: 1 online resource (xxxii, 630 pages).
Contents: Cover; KARL LLEWELLYN AND THE REALIST MOVEMENT, SECOND EDITION; Series Page; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; I; II; III; V; VI; PREFACE; Postscript; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE TEXT; BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE; PART ONE: The Rise of the Realist Movement 1870-1931; Introduction; 1 Langdell's Harvard; 2 Corbin's Yale, 1897-1918; 3 Columbia in the 1920's; 4 The Aftermath of the Split; THE PRUDENTS; THE SCIENTISTS; THE DIFFUSION OF REALISM; 5 The Realist Controversy, 1930-1931; WHO WERE THE REALISTS?; PART TWO: The Life and Work of Karl Llewellyn: A Case Study; 6 The Man. CURRICULUM VITAETHE MAN AND HIS WORK; THE HALF-WAY ARTIST; RELIGION AND IDEOLOGY; CONCLUSION; 7 Two Early Works; CASES AND MATERIALS ON THE LAW OF SALES; (i) The range and use of source materials; (ii) Classification and arrangement; (iii) Educational objectives: Llewellyn and Langdell; Conclusion; THE BRAMBLE BUSH; 8 The Cheyenne Way; THE THEORY OF INVESTICATION; REACTIONS; 9 Law in Our Society; LLEWELLYN'S APPROACH TO JURISPRUDENCE; LAW-GOVERNMENT AS AN INSTITUTION: THE LAW-JOBS THEORY; JUSTICE AND NATURAL LAW; LLEWELLYN AND LEGAL SCIENCE; LEGAL AESTHETICS; THE THEORY OF CRAFTS. THE THEORY OF RULESCONCLUSION; 10 The Common Law Tradition; INTRODUCTION; THE CENTRAL ARGUMENT; The descriptive thesis; The prescriptive thesis; THE CONCEPTUAL APPARATUS; Reasonable reckonability and the steadying factors; Style; The Formal Style is authoritarian, formal, and 'logical'; 'Justice' and the fireside equities'; Situation sense; Situation sense (summary); Reason and Candour; Reason and Motive; Leeways for interpretation of authoritative sources; The limits of the leeways:; THE DESCRIPTIVE THESIS; Why did Llewellyn rely so heavily on reported cases? The descriptive thesis: conclusionTHE PRESCRIPTIVE THESIS; Appelate advocacy-'The art of making prophecy come true'; Conclusions for courts; Comparative analysis of judicial opinions; APPRAISAL; 11 The Genesis of the Uniform Commercial Code; INTRODUCTION; THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMISSIONERS ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS AND THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE; THE FEDERAL SALES BILL AND THE REVISED UNIFORM SALES ACT; THE CODE PROJECT: PLANNING AND PRELIMINARIES; PREPARATION OF THE FIRST COMPLETE DRAFT (1944-9); CONSULTATION AND CRITICISM (1949-53); THE NEW YORK LAW REVISION COMMISSION STUDY AND AFTER. THE CODE AFTER 1956'LLEWELLYN'S CODE'?; 12 The Jurisprudence of the Uniform Commercial Code; OBJECTIVES AND UNDERLYING VALUES; LLEWELLYN'S IDEAS ON CODIFICATION AND HIS APPROACH TO THE CODE; 'IF I WERE A CHEQUE' --
THE EMPIRICAL BASIS OF THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE; PURPOSE AND REASON IN THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE; Liberal interpretation made mandatory; Explicit statements of policy incorporated in the Code; Purpose to be inferred from choice of language and articulation of situation sense; The Comments; CATEGORIES; The main organizing concept: 'movement of goods'
Series Title: Law in context.

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