Gilles Deleuze: Jurisprudence

Marneros, Christos (2019) Gilles Deleuze: Jurisprudence. Critical Legal Thinking.

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Abstract

The relationship between law and the thought of the French philosopher, Gilles Deleuze, is an interesting one. Throughout his work, Deleuze, often, manifested his contempt for judgment and representation – undeniably, two fundamental characteristics of law and legal thought more generally.

Yet, as I argue, it is worth examining because it, potentially, opens up different, non-juridical, an-archic ways of (re)thinking about jurisprudence and law in general terms.

Keywords:Jurisprudence, Deleuze, Anarchy
Subjects:L Social studies > L210 Political Theories
V Historical and Philosophical studies > V500 Philosophy
M Law > M240 Jurisprudence
L Social studies > L218 Anarchism
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School
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Deposited On:21 Apr 2022 14:42

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