Derecho, Narracion Y Violencia: Poder Constructivo Y Poder Destru Ctivo En La Interpretacion Judicial Robert Cover pdf lit doc

July 18, 2019

Derecho, Narracion Y Violencia: Poder Constructivo Y Poder Destru Ctivo En La Interpretacion Judicial por Robert Cover

Titulo del libro: Derecho, Narracion Y Violencia: Poder Constructivo Y Poder Destru Ctivo En La Interpretacion Judicial

Autor: Robert Cover

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Robert Cover is an atypical figure in the legal landscape, both in the United States and in Europe. Its almost legendary prestige is due to the extraordinary depth of its investigations, which surprise by the variety and richness of its Judeo-Christian theological references and its constant dialogue with philosophers like Gadamer, Heidegger, Sartre or Nietzsche. Its use of references is not isolated, but Connected by a coherent theoretical framework that links the theory of Anglo-Saxon law, constitutional history and theory of the United States, literary and economic analysis of law and feminist contributions, such as those of Carol Gilligan, in a novel and surprising amalgam. Of Cover"s work is the tension between law as a cultural and interpretative phenomenon that gives cohesion to human groups and, on the other hand, the right as an exercise of violence, that is to say, as a destroyer of cohesions. One of its most searched themes The peculiar position of minority cultural groups in the United States that claim And interpret their relations with the state legal system based on the historical narrative that constitutes their identity. Covering the exercise of constitutional interpretation linked to the nomos of each of these groups, Cover resorts to theories of interpretation as much as legal, literary and theological.Robert Cover is an atypical figure in the legal landscape, both in the United States and in Europe . Its almost legendary prestige is due to the extraordinary depth of its investigations, which surprise by the variety and richness of its Judeo-Christian theological references and its constant dialogue with philosophers like Gadamer, Heidegger, Sartre or Nietzsche. Its use of references is not isolated, but Connected by a coherent theoretical framework that links the theory of Anglo-Saxon law, constitutional history and theory of the United States, literary and economic analysis of law and feminist contributions, such as those of Carol Gilligan , In a novel and surprising amalgam. Of Cover"s work is the tension between law as a cultural and interpretative phenomenon that gives cohesion to human groups and, on the other hand, the right as an exercise of violence, that is to say, as a destroyer of cohesions. One of its most searched themes The peculiar position of minority cultural groups in the United States that claim And interpret their relations with the legal state system based on the historical narrative that constitutes their identity. Covering the exercise of constitutional interpretation linked to the nomos of each of these groups, Cover resorts to legal, literary, and theological theories of interpretation.