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Foucault and Law : Towards a Sociology of Law As Governance - Alan Hunt

Foucault and Law

Towards a Sociology of Law As Governance

Paperback Published: 20th January 1995
ISBN: 9780745308425
Number Of Pages: 168

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When he died in 1984, Michel Foucault was regarded as one of the most profoundly influential philosophers of his day. Although the law itself never formed a central focus for Foucault, many of the principal themes in his writings are concerned with issues of governance and power that are of direct relevance to the study of law. And yet, until now, Foucault's work has attracted only fleeting attention from the legal academy. Foucault and Law corrects this oversight. Opening with a lucid, critical and unpretentious account of Foucault's work, Hunt and Wickham map out a terrain of methodological and theoretical principals, providing the groundwork for a new sociology of law as governance.

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'An inspirational work that will change the way we think about the legal order' -- Professor Pat O'Malley, La Trobe University

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PREFACE PART 1 Michel Foucault: An Introduction CHAPTER ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO FOUCAULT; I Meeting Foucault; II Foucault's Themes and Projects; II.1 Conditions of Possibility; II.2 Discourse, Discursive Formation and Episteme; II.3 Truth and Knowledge; II.4 Knowledge and Power; II.5 Power; II.6 The Problem of State Power; II.7 Discipline; II.8 The Problem of Disciplinary Society; II.9 From Discipline to Self-Discipline: From Power to Ethics; II.10 Government and Govermentality; II.11 Strategies, Programmes, Policies and Tactics; II.12 History, Archaeology and Genealogy III Foucault and Marxism IV Conclusion: The Problem of Modernity PART 2 Foucault and Law CHAPTER TWO Law and Modernity; I Introduction; II Power and Law; III Sovereignty and Right; IV Discipline and Law; V Norms and Normalization;VI Law, Government and Governmentality; VII Foucault's Expulsion of Law; VIII The Destiny of Law CHAPTER THREE Critique of Foucault's Expulsion of Law; I Introduction; II Foucault's Imperative Conception of Law; III Sovereignty and Rights in Monarchical and Libera States; IV Beyond the Disciplinary Society Conclusion: The Dilemma of Freedom PART 3 Deploying Foucault for a Sociology of Law as Governance CHAPTER FOUR Governance and its Principles; I Introduction; II A Basic Definition of Governance; III The Four Principles of Governance; IV Conclusion CHAPTER FIVE Law as Governance; I Introduction; II The Four Principles of Law as Governance; III Conclusion CHAPTER SIX Method Principles for the Sociology of Law as Governance; I Introduction; II The Four Method Principles of the Sociology of Law as Governance; III Conclusion CHAPTER SEVEN Conclusion: The Sociology of Law as Governance at Work; I Introduction; II The Police as a Topic for the Sociology of Law as Governance REFERENCES INDEX

ISBN: 9780745308425
ISBN-10: 0745308422
Series: Law and Social Theory
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 168
Published: 20th January 1995
Publisher: Pluto Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 13.97  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.18
Edition Number: 1

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