Culture as a Normative Order
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Homo Juridicus focuses on the normative foundations underlying all socio-cultural formations. The book uses the concept of normativity in an inclusive sense. It includes law, but it is not limited to it. As such, it explores the various social and cultural forces that persuade, incite, seduce, influence, direct, restrain, repress or control behavior. It is a major interdisciplinary study cutting across several disciplines of social science, such as law, anthropology, sociology, psychology, linguistics and philosophy. Its primary audience is law students, as well as the scholarly community across law and the social sciences.
|Sold By||Carolina Academic Press|
|ISBNs||1611636973, 9781611636970, 1531000932, 9781531000936|
|Number of Pages||588|