This is something different, a recording of a conversation we had for Christian’s Modern American Legal Theory class, which is being run online this semester. It’s a discussion of, among other things, the place of the public/private distinction in law and legal theory, critical legal studies, two-by-two boxes, and the vices and virtues of “universalization.” We had fun with it. So here’s a bonus episode.
This show’s links:
- Duncan Kennedy, The Stages of the Decline of the Public/Private Distinction
- Christian Turner, Origins of the Public/Private Theory of Legal Systems