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Law and violence : Christoph Menke in dialogue

Author: Christoph Menke
Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018.
Series: Critical powers
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A interlocution containing a stimulating lead essay on the relationship between law and violence by one of the key third-generation Frankfurt School philosophers, Christoph Menke, and engaged responses by a variety of influential critics.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christoph Menke
ISBN: 9781526105103 1526105101 9781526105097 1526105098
OCLC Number: 1021147783
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Contents: Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Series editor's foreword; Part I Lead essay; 1 Law and violence; Preface; I. The Fate of Law; 1. The undecidability of revenge (Agamemnon); 2. The proceeding of law (The Eumenides); 3. Equality and authority; 4. Manifest violence; 5. Law and non-law; 6. The curse of autonomy (King Oedipus); 7. The fate of law (Benjamin 1); II. The relief of law; 1. The relief of law (Benjamin 2); 2. Self-reflection of law; 3. The release of the lawless (The Broken Jug); 4. Excursus: The dilemma of rights. 5. After liberalism: The paradox of law6. The utopia of equal possibility (Volokolamsk Highway I); 7. A law against its will; Notes; Part II Responses; 2 Between law and violence: towards a re-thinking of legal justice in transitional justice contexts; Notes; 3 Law without violence; 1. Kant's "pure law"; 2. Jewish diasporic law; 3. Violence and social transformation; 4. Liberating law from violence; Notes; 4 Deconstructing the deconstruction of the law: reflections on Menke's 'Law and violence'; 1. The "paradox" of the law; 2. The tragedy underlying Benjamin's view of emancipation. 3. Law's reflective self-restraint and political liberalismNotes; 5 Law in action: Ian McEwan's The Children Act and the limits of the legal practices in Menke's 'Law and violence'; 1. Introduction: Eluding the law; 2. Living the law: McEwan's The Children Act; 3. Unlawful entry: Menke, Hart, and Derrida on problematic beginnings; 4. Conclusions: Out of court settlements; Notes; 6 Postmodern legal theory as critical theory; Notes; 7 Self-reflection; Notes; Part III Reply; 8 A reply to my critics; I. The violence of law; II. The self-reflection of law; Notes; Index.
Series Title: Critical powers
Responsibility: Christoph Menke.

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