Law and Legal Theory

Alexandre Lefebvre, “”Law and the Ordinary: Hart, Wittgenstein, Jurisprudence”” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Joseph W. Bendersky, “Love, Law, and War: Carl Schmitt’s Angst,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Roy Ben-Shai, “Schmitt or Hamlet: The Unsovereign Event,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Mika Ojakangas, “Carl Schmitt and the Sacred Origins of Law,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Aaron Riches, “Political Theology and Pauline Law: Notes Toward a Sapiential Legality,” Telos 146 (Spring 2009).

Dan Edelstein, “The Law of 22 Prairial: Introduction,” Telos 141 (Winter 2007).

“The Law of 22 Prairial,” trans. Christy Wampole and Dan Edelstein,” Telos 141 (Winter 2007).

Tod Lindberg, “The Oldest Law: Rediscovering the Minos,” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

James V. Schall, “Politics and Eros: Beyond Justice: ‘A Raft on the Seas of Life’,” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

Jean-Claude Paye, “From the State of Emergency to the Permanent State of Exception,” Telos 136 (Summer 2006).

Aryeh Botwinick, “Nowhere to Go but Back, Nowhere to Go but Forward: The Circular Stance of the Law in the Thought of Hans Kelsen,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Alexandre Lefebvre, “Deleuze on Law and Jurisprudence,” Telos 130 (Spring 2005).

Andrew Fraser, “Reinventing a Ruling Class,” Telos 128 (Summer 2004).

Jean-Claude Paye, “Antiterrorist Measures as a Constituent Act,” Telos 128 (Summer 2004).

Teodoro Klitsche de la Grange, “The Postmodern Nomos,” Telos 125 (Fall 2002).

Gary Ulmen, “Just Wars or Just Enemies?,” Telos 109 (Fall 1996).

Carl Schmitt, “The Constitutional Theory of Federation (1928),” Telos 91 (Spring 1992).

Andrew Fraser, “Populism and Republican Jurisprudence,” Telos 88 (Summer 1991).

Frederick Johnstone, “Quebec, Apartheid, Lithuania and Tibet: The Politics of Group Rights,” Telos 85 (Fall 1990).

Carl Schmitt, “The Plight of European Jurisprudence,” Telos 83 (Spring 1990).

Andrew Fraser, “Reconstituting Enlightened Depotism,” Telos 78 (Winter 1988-89).

Paul Piccone, “The Crisis of American Conservatism,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

Robert D’Amico, “Philosophy of Art,” Telos 74 (Winter 1987-88).

Marguerite Mendell, “Karl Polanyi: A Biographical Sketch,” Telos 73 (Fall 1987).

Stefan Breuer, “The Metamorphoses of Natural Law: On the Social Function of Pre-Bourgeois and Bourgeois Foundations of Law,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Robert D’Amico, “Essays in Memory of Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Alex Delfini, “Our Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Terry Di Fillipo, “Mitchell Franklin and Roman Law,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

David Fraser, “Born in the U.S.A.: The Civil Law Theory of Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Philip Moran, “Mitchell Franklin and the U.S. Constitution,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Paul Piccone, “Our Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Ken Anderson, “Limitations of the Liberal-Legal Model of International Human Rights: Six Lessons from El Salvador,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Richard Anderson, “Limitations of the Liberal-Legal Model of International Human Rights: Six Lessons from El Salvador,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Joan Roelofs, “Foundations and the Supreme Court,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Andrew Fraser, “Legal Amnesia: Modernism vs. the Republican Tradition in American Legal Thought,” Telos 60 (Summer 1984).

Andrew Fraser, “The Corporation as a Body Politic,” Telos 57 (Fall 1983).

Alfons Söllner, “Franz Neumann,” Telos 50 (Winter 1981-82).

Sevastian Cobler, “The Determinate Assertion of Normalcy,” Telos 43 (Spring 1980).

Karl Klare, “Law-Making as Praxis,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Joan Roelofs, “The Warren Court and Corporate Capitalism,” Telos 39 (Spring 1979).

The Belgrade Praxis Group, “The Meaning of the Struggle for Civil and Human Rights,” Telos 35 (Spring 1978).

Mihály Vajda, “Law, Ethics and Interest,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).