This title sets up new frameworks to explore law as perpetual experimentation.
This collection of 13 essays offers insights into philosophy of law, investigating new forms of politics, economics and society.
It explores the features of Deleuze's universal jurisprudence, the mutual becoming of law and philosophy and reveals law as the most progressive and experimental force of the Modern Age.
This is the first collective volume to address the legal aspect of Deleuze's philosophy of law.
It proposes a different way of practicing philosophy and law.
The contributors are from a range of disciplinary backgrounds.