Juridical Humanity

Author: Samera Esmeir
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804783144
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Investigating the law, both on the books and in practice, she underscores the centrality of the "human" to Egyptian legal and colonial history and argues that the production of "juridical humanity" was a constitutive force of colonial rule ...

Violence In Roman Egypt

Author: Ari Z. Bryen
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812208218
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An issue posed, in a different register, in the important work of Samera Esmeir,
Juridical Humanity: A Colonial History (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press,
2012). 2. There are reasons for this doubling, of course: transformative projects in
social theory were built at the same time as and in tandem with transformative
projects in legal theory, which were, as it happens, also projects deeply invested
in Roman law. The young Marx, after all, was undoubtedly influenced (both
positively ...

Die Weimarer Republik

Author: Eberhard Kolb
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3486718770
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"Die Weimarer Republik" von Eberhard Kolb ist seit vielen Jahren als Standardwerk für Studium und Forschung anerkannt und als Arbeitsbuch unentbehrlich geworden.