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Social Systems Theory and Judicial Review: Taking Jurisprudence Seriously

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  • 出版社: Ashgate Publishing Limited (2015年5月8日)
  • 丛书名: Studies in Modern Law and Policy
  • 精装: 192页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 9781409454021
  • 条形码: 9781409454021
  • 商品尺寸: 15.9 x 23.5 cm
  • 商品重量: 499 g
  • 品牌: Routledge
  • ASIN: 1409454029
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'This book leads sociological discovery where no social scientist has ever dared to go before and presents legal analysis that is highly relevant for lawyers. The author applies social systems theory to show that judicial decision-making in the Supreme Court cannot be understood fully without reference to the legal system. Examining cases before the Court on the issues of racial exclusion and inclusion, religion, and privacy the study demonstrates how the Court rather than grounding legal distinctions in something "outside" the law manages to justify its decision as "valid and required by law". In this way, judicial review emerges as the driver of the legal system. Each chapter leads to the inescapable conclusion that it is not the justices but the law itself that makes the law.' Klaus A. Ziegert, Universitat Luzern, Switzerland and University of Sydney, Australia 'The book proposes an unparalleled account of Niklas Luhmann's social systems theory as applied to the legal system of modern societies. In her review of US Supreme Court's rulings in fundamental rights cases over the last century, the author dwells on the function of jurisprudence and judicial review in the operational closure of the legal system. The text also exposes how the realist theories that flourished in American legal scholarship have failed to explain the role played by rules and precedents in judicial decision-making. This book is a must-read for anyone wishing to understand how law, not politics or morality, dictates judicial reasoning.' Martine Valois, University of Montreal, Canada 'The extent and limits of the contribution of law to the functioning of contemporary society have challenged the best efforts of both lawyers and sociologists. Katayoun Baghai bridges both disciplines by drawing on over 120 US Supreme Court judgments to illustrate the reciprocal effects of legal reasoning and social structure in the overall development of modernity. She demonstrates the fruitfulness of the pioneering systems theory approach of Niklas Luhmann in lucid explorations of law creation, legal procedure, and judicial reviews in areas such as education, race, religion and individual privacy. Its wealth of data and arguments make this book an invaluable resource for any course that treats the interplay of law and society.' Martin Albrow, Kate Hamburger Centre for Advanced Studies, 'Law as Culture', Germany

作者简介

Katayoun Baghai is a FRQSC post-doctoral fellow and a visiting scholar at the Department of Law, Queen Mary University of London. She holds a doctorate in Sociology from McGill University, Montreal.


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