Reply to critics

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Abstract

In my reply to critics I address a raft of issues raised by the commentators to Fault Lines of Globalization. These issues include: the radicalization of the Husserlian concept of intentionality as differance; the irreducibility of a-legality to (il)legality; the relation between legal orders and society; legal pluralism; the relation between power and place; contingency and modernity; fear and terrorism; differences and similarities between a discourse theory of law and the approach developed in the book; the incorporation of the findings of social theory into an account of law as authoritative collective action.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1001
Number of pages1025
JournalEtica & politica: rivista di filosofia
VolumeXVI
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Keywords

  • a-legality
  • representation
  • contingency
  • A-legality, reasymmetrical recognition
  • authority

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Reply to critics. / Lindahl, H.K.

In: Etica & politica: rivista di filosofia, Vol. XVI, No. 2, 2014, p. 1001.

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