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Aesthetics of Law and Literary License: an anatomy of the legal imagination
As a normative discipline, law defines its territory according to simple categories which establish absolute principles purporting to offer a single truth as to what is just and unjust, right and wrong, good and bad. In ...
A phenomenological study of moral discourse, social justice and CSR
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017-12-29)
Although many stakeholder perspectives are concerned with the moral responsibility of business in relation to creating social benefits, evidence suggests that there is a lack of consensus on the nature of those responsibilities ...
Reimagining Justice: Aesthetics and Law