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The Last Resort: The Right of Resistance in Situations of Legal Alienation.

@inproceedings{Gargarella2003TheLR,
  title={The Last Resort: The Right of Resistance in Situations of Legal Alienation.},
  author={R. Gargarella},
  year={2003}
}
  • R. Gargarella
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • It is possible that in situations of crisis and juridical instability we have additional reasons to enforce law implacably: we wish law to gain the force it does not have; we want it to root in everybody’s habits; we want to grant our juridical life, once and for all, some predictability. It depends, however, on the sort of crisis we face. In fact, in my mind, our reaction ought to be fundamentally different if the situation we face is one of legal alienation, in other words, a situation where… CONTINUE READING
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