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Much of the new thinking in the field of legal theory borrows from perspectives and methods developed in economics, history and philosophy. This volume of 15 original essays covers the development of this new approach and its application to modern law. The topics covered include economic game and choice theory, feminist theory, critical legal theory, race theory, pragmatism, post-structuralism, postmodernism, theories of interpretation, new legal history, and the new public-law scholarship.