In this recent essay, P.G. Monateri approaches the complex topic of legal traductology, focusing on the subtle but essential peculiarities which characterize western legal traditions. Showing the great potentialities of the "Law and Literature" field, the Author engages a critic deconstruction of the most diffuse commonplaces in comparative law. The result is an original and innovative work, in which 'ontology', 'law' and 'state of exception' become the keywords for a new paradigm of thought. Moreover, this is the first comprehensive book on legal traductology and its underlying philosophy - in other words: a reading not to be missed.
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