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New perspectives on the public-private divide

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UBC Press , Vancouver
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Statementedited by the Law Commission of Canada.
SeriesLegal dimensions series,
ContributionsLaw Commission of Canada.
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LC ClassificationsKE4120 .N49 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 191 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3353621M
ISBN 100774810424
LC Control Number2004380546

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It radically changes the notions of the public, private, and personal by introducing the public–private–personal “triad,” challenging the modern binary of the public and private. This original and insightful book will provoke readers to rethink their use of the personal and the private as two different notions for the same thing.

In contexts ranging from friendship, the family, and personal life to nationalism, democratic citizenship, the role of women in social and political life, and the contrasts between western and (post-)Communist societies, this book brings out the ways the various uses of the public/private distinction are simultaneously distinct and interconnected.

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This volume brings together many of the world’s leading theorists of free will and philosophers of law to critically discuss the ground-breaking contribution of David Hodgson’s libertarianism and its application to philosophy of law.

The book begins with a comprehensive introduction, providing an overview of the intersection of theories of free will and philosophy of law over the last. New Perspectives on the Public-Private Divide By Law Commission of Canada Part of a series designed to explore the role of law in structuring human relationships, this collection of essays re-evaluates the public-private divide to examine how it affects.

Perspectives on Politics is APSA’s official venue for book reviews. It reviews approximately books every year. Over the years, the book review in Perspectives has centered on the four main subfields: Political Theory, American Politics, Comparative Politics, and International Relations.

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Citation Information. Philipps, Lisa. "There's Only One Worker: Toward the Legal Integration of Paid Employment and Unpaid. New Perspectives on the Divide Between National and International Law. Janne E. Nijman and André Nollkaemper Print publication date: Print ISBN Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.

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