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The Mind and Method of the Legal Academic
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Contents: Preface Introduction: A Discipline in Crisis? 1. Legal Science: A Typology 2. The Homo Juridicus: Towards a Redefinition of Normative Legal Science 3. Methodology of Normative Legal Science 4. Organization of the Legal-academic Discourse Synopsis References Index

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Jan M. Smits, Professor of Private Law, Faculty of Law, Maastricht University, Netherlands

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Jan Smits has long been one of the most interesting and original authors on European private law theory. Now he offers his views on legal scholarship, and they are as original as they are thought-provoking. His plea for a legal scholarship that maintains its identity vis-a-vis neighboring disciplines without collapsing into doctrinairism is bound to yield lively discussions - and hopefully will help re-establish a proper place for legal scholarship, in Europe and beyond. --Ralf Michaels, Duke University, US

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