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date: 09 August 2022

10. Reconciling Legal Traditions: Sustainable Diversity in Lawlocked

10. Reconciling Legal Traditions: Sustainable Diversity in Lawlocked

  • H. Patrick GlennH. Patrick GlennPeter M Laing Professor of Law at McGill University, Montreal

Abstract

The legal traditions of the world contain large amounts of information relating to human conduct as well as a large amount of theory, or at least second-order information, about themselves and the relations which each of them have with other traditions. This chapter discusses the multiplicity of traditions, normativity in legal traditions, and sustaining diversity in law.

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