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Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law
Introduction 1. 'The Vanishing Point of Jurisprudence': International Law in Mainstream Theory 2. Dissident Theories: Critical Legal Studies and Historical Materialism 3. For Pashukanis: AnExpand
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Perdido Street Station
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Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction
An edited collection of 13 essays exploring the relationships between Marxism and sf literature and film.
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Looking for Jake and Other Stories
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The Conspiracy of Architecture: Notes on a Modern Anxiety
We, the residents of modernity, live in an unquiet house.This essay examines the relationship between human subjects and their built environment, but it does so less by focusing on architecture thanExpand
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The Commodity-Form Theory of International Law: An Introduction
  • C. Miéville
  • Sociology
  • Leiden Journal of International Law
  • 1 June 2004
The New Stream of critical international legal theory has been a welcome corrective to theory-blindness in international law, but it is limited by its philosophical idealism. The materialistExpand
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Multilateralism as Terror: International Law, Haiti and Imperialism
Much of the liberal criticism of the Bush administration's prosecution of the war in Iraq has taken a legalistic form, decrying that law as 'illegal'. This criticism has often implied that USExpand
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[The psychiatrist as expert in a law suit. His role and his identity].
  • C. Miéville
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Revue medicale de la Suisse romande
  • 1 August 1983