By Paul Hirst (auth.)
Read Online or Download On Law and Ideology PDF
Best legal theory & systems books
BOOKS IN SPANISH
Social paintings and the Courts is a compendium of the newest and demanding felony circumstances in social paintings and social welfare. Its dissection and research of the most important situations makes it an exceptional software for educating social staff to appreciate the criminal procedure and its operation. The e-book demonstrates how courts view and care for the functionality, motion, and behavior of social employees and their businesses.
Estate legislation and Social Morality develops a conception of estate that highlights the social development of tasks that people owe one another. by means of viewing estate legislation in the course of the lens of responsibilities instead of in the course of the lens of rights, the writer affirms the life of significant estate rights (when no legal responsibility to a different exists) and defines the scope of these rights (when a duty to a different does exist).
- Prescriptive Legal Positivism: Law, Rights and Democracy (UCL)
- The Juriprudence of Orthodoxy: Queen's University Essays on H.L.A. Hart
- On philosophy in american law
- Pain, Death, and the Law
- Hobbes and the Law
- Morality, Politics, and Law
Additional info for On Law and Ideology
Althusser, however, does not pose or answer these questions. R. Whilst these divisions are not equivalent to the relations of production, it should not be thought that they are inconsequential for the development of the relations of production. The conditions of the displacement of these divisions should be investigated. It can be argued that these divisions rest not upon specific relations of production but upon what Marx calls the division of mental and manual labour and what he calls the division between town and country.
Ideology represents the making ofhistory in an alienated mode. Alienation is the displacement of immediacy, the creation of social relations which involve the mediation of the subject's product (history) to it in forms it does not recognise. Constitutivity is displaced, the subject is no longer constitutive of or to itself. Men are the authors of their social relations but the conditions under which they make them means that their product escapes them. Alienation is a necessary part of history.
These conceptions of ideology as a misrepresentation of reality involve certain important theoretical consequences, and I shall briefly dwell on these. Firstly, this position involves a conception of knowledge as being formed through the consciousness or experience of human subjects; ideology is then a distorted perception of reality by these knowing subjects. e. knowledge is derived from a subject's experience of an object which is exterior to it. So in order for the thesis that ideology is a distorted recognition of reality to be sustained, it must be argued that the process of knowledge described by empiricism is a real process, though it leads to 'false' results.