Situates Schmitt's legal scholarship in the context of debates regarding whether his thought was more theological or technocratic.
Challenges the established corrections paradigm and argues for replacing mass incarceration with a viable and more humane alternative.
The first detailed examination of African Americans and First Amendment rights, from the colonial era to the present.
Historical and contemporary philosophical writings on punishment.
Presentation of a new, ethical vision of democracy built around self-rule, civic education, and ethical cultivation.
Explores the foundations of various state constitutional traditions.
This original and provocative book is concerned with fundamental questions in moral, political, and legal philosophy. It challenges both supporters and sceptics alike to rethink their ideas about human ...
Ezra Pound's Cantos remains among the most influential and difficult of twentieth century poetic writings. But now, for the first time, Rabaté's powerful and original study presents a theory of reading ...