This series reflects and fosters the most original research currently taking place in the study of law and legal theory by publishing the most adventurous monographs in the field as well as rigorously edited collections of essays. It is a specific aim of the series to traverse the boundaries between disciplines and to form bridges between traditional studies of law and many other areas of the human sciences. Books in the series will be of interest not only to philosophers and legal theorists but also to political scientists, sociologists, economists, psychologists and criminologists.
General Editor: Gerald Postema, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Advisory Editors: Jules Coleman, Yale Law School; Antony Duff, University of Stirling; David Lyons, Boston University; Neil MacCormick, University of Edinburgh; Stephen R. Munzer, University of California, Los Angeles Law School; Philip Pettit, Princeton University, New Jersey ; Joseph Raz, University of Oxford; Jeremy Waldron, Columbia Law School
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