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Law and the modern mind.
|LC Classifications||K F8285 L3 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 404 p.|
|Number of Pages||404|
Book Review of Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture by Susanna L. Blumenthal. Authors. Lea Vaughn, University of Washington School of Law Follow. Download DOWNLOADS. Since Febru Included in. Law Author: Lea Vaughn. Barnes & Noble also carries a wide selection of nonfiction books with categories including travel, sports, cooking, history, religion, law, and many more. Find the perfect book for your next read from the book experts at Barnes & Noble®.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Law and the Modern Mind: By Jerome Frank. (New York: Brentano's, Pp. Price 21 s.) Review by: Roger North. The idea that law is fixed and unchangeable, rather than fluid and changing, is a 'basic myth' due to the law's position in the community as a father-substitute. This is the theme developed here by Mr. Frank.
This book considers how legal theory, and particularly H. L. A Hart's The Concept of Law, has developed the idea of law as a highly developed social system, which has a distinctive character and structure, and which shapes and influences people's behaviour. The concept of law as a distinct social phenomenon is examined through reference to, and analysis of, the works of M. Author: Denis Galligan. Professor Susanna Blumenthal is a scholar of American legal history whose research and writing focuses on the historical relationship between law and the human sciences. She is the author of Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture (Harvard University Press.
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This book is a classic if you are studying the evolution of Law and moral/civil development. This book came from a wonderful provider who enclosed the books history. It was a hard book to find and I only found it through this site.
It was in terrific condition and I have enjoyed reading and using it as a reference in my by: Law and the Modern Mind is not merely a study of legal doctrines and judicial decisions but a study of the law of ‘consciousness’ and ‘responsibility’ as it was embedded in American life and reshaped over time by changing cultural assumptions, social practices, and economic conditions Blumenthal’s book probes into the deepest recesses of American law, culture, Cited by: 6.
Law and the Modern Mind first appeared in when, in the words of Judge Charles E. Clark, it "fell like a bomb on the legal world." In the generations since, its influence has grown-today it is accepted as a classic of general work is a bold and persuasive attack on the delusion that the law is a bastion of predictable and logical action/5(7).
Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture. In postrevolutionary America, the autonomous individual was both the linchpin of a young nation and a threat to the founders' vision of ordered liberty/5(5).
In calling attention to the problematic relationship between consciousness and liability, Law and the Modern Mind casts new light on the meanings of freedom in the formative era of American law. book, Law and the Modern Mind,16 has worn comparatively well and is probably the most comprehensive Realist effort to expose the fallacies involved in the Classical effort to state legal rules clearly and to systematize them around fundamental legal.
BRUCE A. ACKERMAN principles. Assuming a Freudian point of view, Frank condemned this. Book Review: Law and the Modern Mind of “law and the conditions of freedom in nineteenth-century America” () Responsibility was frequently contested (), and placing the mind at issue was a “Pandora’s Box” that, in marking the diﬀ erence between capacity andAuthor: Lea Vaughn.
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It should do much to justify the ways of the law to the common man, or at least to show him that many of the faults and weaknesses which he has been prone. Jerome Frank, Law and Modern Mind – Legal Realism lug di universitarianweb in English, Law.
Frank seeks to explain, in a rough sense, what “the law” means for an average client when he or she consults a lawyer. DOI link for Law and the Modern Mind. Law and the Modern Mind book. Law and the Modern Mind. DOI link for Law and the Modern Mind.
Law and the Modern Mind book. By Jerome Frank, Brian H. Bix. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 July Pub. location New York. Imprint Routledge. Law and the Modern Mind.
Law and the Modern Mind first appeared in when, in the words of Judge Charles E. Clark, it "fell like a bomb on the legal world.". In the generations since, its influence has grown--today it is accepted as a classic of general s: 1.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frank, Jerome, Law and the modern mind. New York: Coward-McCann, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Law and the Modern Mind is a book by Jerome Frank which argued that judicial decisions were more influenced by psychological factors than by objective legal premises.
Frank, then a legal academic, published the book after having undergone six months of psychoanalysis. That statement suggests the book's breadth and complexity because Law and the Modern Mind is not merely a study of legal doctrines and judicial deci- sions but a study of the law of "consciousness" and "responsibility" as it wasAuthor: Purcell, Edward A.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frank, Jerome, Law and the modern mind. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday & Co.
[, ©] (OCoLC) Law and the Modern Mind first appeared in when, in the words of Judge Charles E. Clark, it "fell like a bomb on the legal world." In the generations since, its influence has grown-today it is accepted as a classic of general work is a bold and persuasive attack on the delusion that the law is a bastion of predictable and logical : Jerome Frank.
The organization of the book by area of law may be a disap-pointment to readers who were hoping for a systematic assessment of the progress made on the cases’ common philosophical ques-tions.
Law and the Modern Mind is more like a treasure trove of old photos than a family tree laying out a detailed genealogy of doc-trine. Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture by Susanna L.
Blumenthal book review. Click to read the full review of Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture in New York Journal of Books.
Review written by Donald F. Calbreath. In a masterful book titled Law and the Modern Mind, Susanna Blumenthal simultaneously describes the battles among scientists, doctors, and jurists in the period following the Revolutionary War and up through the Gilded Age, and takes on traditional scholarship in legal history as to who this person or “mind” is.
Her study not only provides an alternative Author: Lea B. Vaughn. The authors have created a sort of anti-Book of Virtues in this encyclopedic compendium of the ways and means of power. Everyone wants power and everyone is in a constant duplicitous game to gain more power at the expense of others, according to Greene, a screenwriter and former editor at Esquire (Elffers, a book packager, designed the volume, with .If one takes Law and the Modern Mind on its own terms and if one reads its argument as a whole, rather than simply as a series of one-off critiques, one can see that Frank did not deny the possibility of rational legal decisionmaking, but rather sought to articulate the habits of mind and character on which he believed the sound administration Cited by: 1.