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Past Law Course Reserves: Graduate Jurisprudence Seminar (LAW 828)

Items on course reserve for Graduate Jurisprudence Seminar 2017/2018





The argumentative turn revisited : public policy as communicative practice / edited by Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis

H97.A653 2012eb N/A 0

Black rights/white wrongs : the critique of racial liberalism /
Charles W. Mills


N/A 0

Citizens, experts, and the environment : the politics of local knowledge / Frank Fischer

GE170.F52 2000eb N/A 0

Climate crisis and the democratic prospect : participatory governance in sustainable communities /
Frank Fischer

GE170eb N/A 0

The Contract and Domination / Carole Pateman

JC336.P38eb N/A 0

Democracy and expertise [electronic resource] : reorienting policy inquiry / Frank Fischer

H97eb N/A 0

Ecological thinking [electronic resource] the politics of epistemic location /
Lorraine Code

BD175eb N/A 0

Epistemic contextualism : a
/ Peter Baumann

BD175eb N/A 0

Epistemic injustice [electronic resource] power and the ethics
of knowing
/ Miranda Fricker

BD176eb N/A 0

The epistemic life of groups : essays in the epistemology of collectives / Michael S. Brady and Miranda Fricker

BD175eb N/A 0

Essays in collective epistemology [electronic resource] /
Jennifer Lackey

BD175eb N/A 0

The governance gap : extractive industries, human rights, and the home state advantage / Penelope Simons and Audrey Macklin

HD3616.D447S56 2014 24 hr 0

Knowledge by agreement [electronic resource] : the programme of communitarian epistemology / Martin Kusch

BD175eb N/A 0

Knowledge in a social world [electronic resource] / Alvin I. Goldman

BD175eb N/A 0

Learning from words [electronic resource] : testimony as a source of knowledge / Jennifer Lackey




Legal traditions of the world : sustainable diversity in law / H. Patrick Glenn

K559.G545 2014 24 hr 1

Living with nature [electronic resource] : environmental politics
as cultural discourse
/ edited by
Frank Fischer and
Maarten A. Hajer

HC79.E5eb N/A 0

The new Oxford companion to law / edited by Peter Cane,
Joanne Conaghan

K48.N48 2008 2 hr IN 2

The new Oxford companion to law / edited by Peter Cane,
Joanne Conaghan

K48.W34 2008eb N/A 0

Reframing public policy [electronic resource] : discursive politics and deliberative
/Frank Fischer

H97eb N/A 0

The rule of law / Tom Bingham

K3171.B56 2010 2 hr IN 4

Rules and unruliness : Canadian regulatory democracy, governance, capitalism, and welfarism /
G. Bruce Doern, Michael J. Prince, and Richard J. Schultz

KF5407.D63 2014 3 day 3

Social epistemology [electronic resource] / edited by Adrian Haddock, Alan Millar, Duncan Pritchard

BD175eb N/A 0

Unjust by design : Canada's administrative justice system /
Ron Ellis

KF5417.E45 2013 3 day 2

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