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Marx and Law

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Edited by: Susan Easton

ISBN13: 9780754627326
Published: May 2008
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £240.00

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This collection of classic articles affirms Marx's continuing relevance to modern debates on the role of law. The issues addressed include the implications of Marx's analysis of law for understanding the form and functions of law, justice and injustice, the critique of liberal legalism, the ideological nature of law, international human rights law, crime and punishment.

The legacy of Marx's work is reassessed in the context of recent historical changes.

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Series preface
Part I Marx's Legacy: Principal Themes in Marx's Analysis of Law: The metaphysics of law: an essay on the very young Marx,
D.R. Kelly
Marxist perspectives on the sociology of law,
S. Spitzer
Marx and law,
A. Vincent.
Part II Marx's Work and Key Concepts in Legal Theory: The Form and Functions of Law: The institutions of private law and their social functions,
Karl Renner
Commodity form and legal form: an essay on the relative autonomy of law, I. Balbus. Ideology: The ideology of law: advances and problems in recent applications of the concept of ideology to the analysis of law,
Alan Hunt
On recent Marxist theories of law and the state and juridical-political ideology, B. Jessop. Justice: The concept of justice in Marx, Engels, and others,
William L. McBride
Facts, values and Marxism,
Susan M. Easton
Marx and justice, J. Daly. Rights: The problem with Marx on rights,
S.A. Brown
Retrieving Marx for the human rights project, B.R. Roth. Crime and Punishment: Marx and Engels on law, crime and morality,
P. Hirst
Toward a political economy of crime,
W.J. Chambliss
Marxism and retribution, J. Murphy. International Law: Marxism and international law: a contemporary analysis,
B.S. Chimni
The commodity-form theory of international law: an introduction,
C. Mieville.
Part III Socialist Reconstruction: The general theory of law and Marxism, E. Pashukanis
The withering away of law, Christine Sypnowich. Part IV Marx and Law: Future Directions: Marxism after Communism,
M. Burawoy
Marxism and the continuing irrelevance of normative theory,
B. Leiter