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Kingdom Law By Stephen Huffman
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The law as we know it is a system of jurisprudence that imposes itself on mankind by force...but there’s a better way! When the law is imposed on society, the best it can do is suggest correct... More > behavior and then clean up the mess in the wake of violations. But what if the law was embraced by society? What if it was it was so universally embraced that there was never so much as a single infraction, even of the spirit of the law? What would that look like? Love! When Jesus taught Law, He taught a quality of love so perfect that He used His Father as the example, called it Wisdom, and in the same breath explained how we can do it, too!< Less
Guide to the WTO and GATT: Economics, Law and Politics By Autar Krishen Koul
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Explains the current system of international trade law and international economic relations as they have evolved over the last seven decades Describes all major precedent-setting cases in WTO... More > jurisprudence and analyses their effect to date and the trends they have set in motion, particularly as they relate to perceived discrimination against developing nations Investigates the legal merits of arguments within the WTO and among scholars over such controversial matters as regulation of competition, setting of labor standards, and environmental controls, as well as thorny concerns raised by enforcement of intellectual property rights and limitation on investments< Less
Principles Of Morals And Legislation By JEREMY BENTHAM
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JEREMY BENTHAM Principles of Morals and Legislation Jeremy Bentham, the son and grandson of attorneys, was born in London on February 15, 1748. He was called to the Bar, but did not practise. His... More > fame rests on his work in the fields of jurisprudence, political science, and ethics. He is accounted the founder of the "utilitarian" school of philosophy, of which the theory is that the production of the "greatest happiness of the greatest number" is the criterion of morals and the aim of politics. Dying on June 6, 1832, his body, in accordance with his own wishes, was dissected, and his skeleton dressed in his customary garb and preserved in the University College, London.< Less
Clear and Unbiased Facts About the Government: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By Shirley Rosenthal
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When we think of law, and what law means to us as a society, we all have a good idea, or rather an innate sense, of what law is and the kind of things to expect. But trying to put an accurate... More > definition on what law is is somewhat more of a difficult task. This very question lies at the heart of the study of jurisprudence, or legal philosophy. Since early civilization, philosophers and thinkers have worked with a view to establishing a definitive meaning of what law is and where it fits into the community. From these efforts have arisen major ‘schools’ of thought which demonstrate ideas and concepts distinct from one and other yet equally valid in their interpretations.< Less
The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States By Peter B. Bos
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This book describes why the politically democratic state is a mythical and illegitimate concept that does not and cannot work and why, without the corrective market feedback of profits and losses,... More > this unstable, unmanageable, inefficient and authoritative social organization will cause its own demise. The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States maps out an alternative path leading to a new contractual social organization based upon individual sovereignty and freedom. Under this natural government of decentralized economic democracy, individuals vote with their money ballot for the products and services they want, including protection and jurisprudence. The Road to Freedom constitutes an evolutionary continuation of the principles of individual sovereignty and freedom underlying the American Revolution, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence, leading to worldwide peace and prosperity.< Less
The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States By Peter B. Bos
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This book describes why the politically democratic state is a mythical and illegitimate concept that does not and cannot work and why, without the corrective market feedback of profits and losses,... More > this unstable, unmanageable, inefficient and authoritative social organization will cause its own demise. The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States maps out an alternative path leading to a new contractual social organization based upon individual sovereignty and freedom. Under this natural government of decentralized economic democracy, individuals vote with their money ballot for the products and services they want, including protection and jurisprudence. The Road to Freedom constitutes an evolutionary continuation of the principles of individual sovereignty and freedom underlying the American Revolution, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence, leading to worldwide peace and prosperity.< Less
The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States By Peter B. Bos
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This book describes why the politically democratic state is a mythical and illegitimate concept that does not and cannot work and why, without the corrective market feedback of profits and losses,... More > this unstable, unmanageable, inefficient and authoritative social organization will cause its own demise. The Road to Freedom and the Demise of Nation States maps out an alternative path leading to a new contractual social organization based upon individual sovereignty and freedom. Under this natural government of decentralized economic democracy, individuals vote with their money ballot for the products and services they want, including protection and jurisprudence. The Road to Freedom constitutes an evolutionary continuation of the principles of individual sovereignty and freedom underlying the American Revolution, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence, leading to worldwide peace and prosperity.< Less
International Law Journal of London: Volume 1, Edition 1 By International Law Journal of London
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The International Law Journal Of London was started by University of London law students and alumni aimed at providing both academia with new research, ideas, and sources in the fast developing world... More > of international law. It is currently run by professionals who have extensive experience in law, publishing, and scholarship. We help you stay updated and in the front of the legal field. The journal publishes articles, essays, notes, book reviews, and commentaries on various areas of international, transnational, and comparative law which help shape the world today. We are committed to publishing thought quality, thought provoking, and cutting edge content which will contribute to development of jurisprudence. We aim to publish the highest quality of scholarship written by faculty, professionals, and students alike in a bi-annual publication. Website: www.internationallawjournaloflondon.com< Less
The Ecumenical violence from a gender perspective By Dra. Patricia A. Taus
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A study of the various rules and jurisprudence of regional and universal organizations control standards based on international humanitarian law and human rights, to perform a global analysis of the... More > various forms that gender violence affecting mainly the women and LGBT people. The crime of gender violence may include, among others, selective abortion based on sex, female infanticide, trafficking, rape during wartime, killings dowry, forced marriages, homophobic attacks to people or LGBT groups, etc. However, there are questionable actions from protector system of international law of human rights that are presented as "tolerated" based on religious, cultural or social precepts and sometimes legally accepted. After analyzing sampling of cases in the various countries of the world, possibly generated intellectual questions about the real situation in the West and East and the need for a global joint efforts in order to achieve gender equality stop be a utopia and merely declaratory provision.< Less
Political Law, Politics and Constitution: A Sociological and Legal Guide to Philippine Political Structure By Dr. Vivencio Ballano
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This book is an introduction to political law, politics and constitution in the Philippines. Professionals, legal scholars, lawyers and law students may find this book an indispensable socio-legal... More > guide in understanding the Philippine political structure.Unlike other books on Philippine politics and constitution, this book takes a holistic approach to political issues by combining both the prescriptive approach of Jurisprudence and the empirical perspective of Sociology of Law. Although this book is focused on political laws in the Philippines, it also covers other topics which may interest readers outside the Philippines: the fundamental difference between legality and morality, power and authority, or state and non-state societies, the dynamics of political dynasty and the potential power of spirituality to transform unjust social structures in society, and more. This book is a product of the author's long experience as a researcher and professor of law and sociology in a Philippine university.< Less

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