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Latour and the Passage of Law$
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Kyle McGee

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780748697908

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748697908.001.0001

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The Strange Entanglement of Jurimorphs

The Strange Entanglement of Jurimorphs

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(p.331) 12 The Strange Entanglement of Jurimorphs
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Latour and the Passage of Law
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Bruno Latour

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748697908.003.0013

Bruno Latour closes out this volume by taking hold of several threads running through the preceding chapters. In addition to responding to a few of the criticisms that have cropped up, Latour offers remarks on the specific analyses developed in several of the chapters in order to shed light on crucial elements of the AIME project and his view of the legal mode of existence, addressing among other things domains, institutions, normativity, jurimorphs and a few modal crossings stimulated by the work of the book’s contributors. The outlines of a new concept – the red letter of the law – even begin to take shape as Latour moves between and among the compelling and original arguments of the individual chapters.

Keywords:   Legal theory, Modes of existence, Actor-network theory, Jurimorph

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