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27 Can. J. L. & Jurisprudence [i] (2014)

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An International Journal ofLegal Thought

Editor: Richard Bronaugh

Vincent Chiao
Mariano Croce
Timothy Endicott
Burke A. Hendrix
Liav Orgad
Nahshon Perez
Anthony R. Reeves
Francisco J. Urbina

Equality, Assurance and Criminalization
A Practice Theory of Legal Pluralism:
Hart's (inadvertent) defence of the indistinctiveness of law
Arbitrariness The Coxford Lecture
Historical Injustice, Rawlsian Egalitarianism, and
Political Contestation
Liberalism, Allegiance, and Obedience:
The Inappropriateness of Loyalty Oaths in a Liberal Democracy
Libertarianism, Rectification and Property Rights: A Re-evaluation
The Binding Force of Nascent Norms of International Law
Is it Really That Easy?
A Critique of Proportionality and 'Balancing as Reasoning'

Discourse and Negotiations across the Indigenous/non-Indigenous Divide

Mathieu Gagnon
Victoria Freeman
Toby Rollo
Doris Farget
Gordon Christie
Michael Coyle

Contempt No More
In Defence of Reconciliation
Mandates of the State:
Canadian Sovereignty, Democracy, and Indigenous Claims
Words that Fly Back and Forth
Between Two Mutually Oblivious Worlds:
What is the Legal Meaning of an Indigenous Way of Life?
'Obligations', Decolonization and Indigenous
Rights to Governance
Negotiating Indigenous Peoples' Exit From Colonialism:
The Case for an Integrative Approach

Vol. XXVII, No. 1     Western Law I The University of Western Ontario    January 2014

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