- Title Pages
- 1 From the Conseil d’État to Gaia: Bruno Latour on Law, Surfaces and Depth
- 2 Politics and Law as Latourian Modes of Existence
- 3 On Devices and Logics of Legal Sense: Toward Socio-technical Legal Analysis
- 4 ‘The Crown Wears Many Hats’: Canadian Aboriginal Law and the Black-boxing of Empire
- 5 Providing the Missing Link: Law after Latour’s Passage
- 6 The Life and Deaths of a Dispute: An Inquiry into Matters of Law
- 7 Plasma! Notes on Bruno Latour’s Metaphysics of Law
- 8 The Conditions of a Good Judgment: From Law to Internal Affairs Police Investigations
- 9 In the Name of the Law: Ventriloquism and Juridical Matters
- 10 <i>Laboratory Life</i> and the Economics of Science in Law
- 11 Bartleby, Barbarians and the Legality of Literature
- 12 The Strange Entanglement of Jurimorphs
- List of Contributors
- Latour and the Passage of Law
- Edinburgh University Press
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