The Oldest Social Science? Configurations of Law and Modernity

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Index
Note: Page numbers in italics refer to footnotes.
Abel, Richard, 192
abortion, 182-183
accounts, 21516
adjudication, 93-4, 183
administration, 182, 187
common law, 82, 103
courts, 215
government, 6, 77-81, 86, 88, 109-53
lawyers, 191
legislation, 81
separation of powers, 176
social science, 109-53
social security, 187
society, 209
statistics, 155, 157
taxation, 81
Weber, Max, 59-76
administration
adjudication, 182, 187
bureaucracy, 151
family, 200
law, 187
lawyers, 53
rationality, 52
Ridley, F.F., 151
Africa, 141
Alborn, Timothy L., 150
Alford, B.W.E., 137
Alfired, 97-8
Allen, N.J., 144
Althusser, Louis, 10, 108, 201
Anderson, B.L., 104
analogies, 112-13
anthropology, 123,163
Christianity, 28
Africa, 141
Bastide, Roger, 140
colonies, 140
culture, 139-48
England, 142
France, 140
Geertz, 145-6, 148
Levi-Strauss, Claude, 145
philosophy, 144, 211
social sciences, 146-7
sociology, 216
Arendt, Hannah, 14,28, 158-60, 177, 184
argument, 65-8
Aries, Philippe, 19
ars dispulandi,65-8
Asad, Talal, 16, 140
ascension, 24
asceticism, 22
Augustine, 8, 11, 17, 18, 19, 29
autonomy, 165
autopoiesis, 165
Ayer, A.J., 200
Bachclard, Gaston, 51
Bacon, Sir Francis, 73
Bailey, F.G., 211
Baker, Douglas D., 209
Baldwin Smith, Lacey, 64, 106, 107
Barbesino, Paulo, 168
Barlow, F., 71
Barnes, Timothy B., 29
Bastide, Roger, 140, 142
Baudrillard, Jean, 211
Bauman, Richard, 62, 64
Beattie, J.M., 77
Beaune, Colette, 80
Beiser, Frederick. 50
Benedict, Ruth, 144
Bentham, Jeremy, 82, 88, 115
Bermingham, 12, 28, 30, 32, 46, 65, 78, 81, 205
Bersam, Leo, 51
Besancon, Alain, 161
Bhahba, Homi K., 177, 207
bias
common law, 89
discrimination, 208
Bijker, Wiebe, 166
bishops, 77-8
Blackbourn, David, 55
Blackstone, Sir William, 73, 78,82, 89, 108

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