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Consolations of the law: jurisprudence and the constitution\ud of deliberative politics

By Peter Fitzpatrick

Abstract

Initially, deliberative politics offers a failure of self-identity in that the literature dealing with it divides between its determinate elevation in terms of reason, and such, and its dissipation in response to the diversity of interests pressing on it. Next, drawing on the resources of poststructural jurisprudence and by way of locating law at a defining limit of deliberative politics, a similar divide is found in law itself. Then, more productively, law is shown to be constituted with-in that divide and to take characteristic content from it. Finally, the analysis is returned to deliberative politics where the divide found in the literature can now be seen as offering this politics possibilities of effective constitution and distinctive content

Topics: law
Publisher: Blackwell
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:482

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