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redirect support cambridge core - you may have arrived at this page because you followed a link to one of our old platforms that cannot be redirected cambridge core is the new academic platform from cambridge university press replacing our previous platforms cambridge journals online cjo cambridge books online cbo university publishing online upo cambridge histories online cho cambridge companions online cco, a realistic theory of law brian z tamanaha - this book articulates an empirically grounded theory of law applicable throughout history and across different societies unlike natural law theory or analytical jurisprudence which are narrow abstract ahistorical and detached from society tamanaha s theory presents a holistic vision of law within society evolving in connection with social cultural economic political ecological and, duverger s law wikipedia - in political science duverger s law holds that plurality rule elections such as first past the post structured within single member districts tend to favor a two party system whereas the double ballot majority system and proportional representation tend to favor multipartism the discovery of this tendency is attributed to maurice duverger a french sociologist who observed the effect, amazon com the rule of law in the arab world courts in - the rule of law in the arab world courts in egypt and the gulf cambridge middle east studies, state of exception wikipedia - a state of exception german ausnahmezustand is a concept in the legal theory of carl schmitt similar to a state of emergency but based in the sovereign s ability to transcend the rule of law in the name of the public good this concept is developed in giorgio agamben s book state of exception see also article 48 weimar constitution state of emergency