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Living Law: Reconsidering Eugen Ehrlich

Edited by Marc Hertogh

Oxford: Hart, 2009

Marc Hertogh

Fro m 'Men of Files' to 'Men of the Senses': A Brief Characterization of Eugen Ehrlich's Sociology of Law

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Governing in the Vernacular: Eugen Ehrlich and Late Habsburg Ethnography

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Venus in Czernowitz: Sacher-Masoch, Ehrlich and the Fin de Siècle Crisis of Legal Reason

Roger Cotterrell

Ehrlich at the Edge of Empire: Centres and Peripheries in Legal Studies

Stefan Vogl

Eugen Ehrlich's Linking of Sociology and Jurisprudence and the Reception of his

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Bart van Klink

Facts and Norms: The Unfinished Debate Between Eugen Ehrlich and Hans Kelsen

Salif Nimaga

Pounding on Ehrlich. Again?

Franz von Benda-Beckmann & Keebet von Benda-Beckmann

The Social Life of Living Law in Indonesia

Jeremy Webber

Naturalism and Agency in the Living Law

Klaus A. Ziegert

World Society, Nation State and Living Law in the 21st Century

David Nelken

Ehrlich's Legacies: Back to the Future in the Sociology of Law?