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dc.contributor.advisorScott, Dayna N.
dc.creatorKashefi, Sirus
dc.description.abstractThis thesis asks does existence need to be regulated by the State? The answer relies on legal anarchism, an interdisciplinary, particularly criminal law and philosophy, and unconventional research project based on multiple methodologies with a specific language. It critically analyzes and consequently rejects State law because of its unjustified and unnecessary nature founded on unlimited violence and white-collar crime (Chapters 1-4), on the one hand, and suggests some alternatives to the Governmental legal system founded on agreement and peace (Chapter 5), on the other hand. It furthermore takes into account the elements of time and space, which means the ecological, local, national, regional, and international aspects of the legal system, in its analysis, critiques, and models.
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dc.titleLegal Anarchism: Does Existence Need to Be Regulated by the State
dc.typeElectronic Thesis or Dissertation - Doctor of Philosophy
dc.subject.keywordsLegal system
dc.subject.keywordsLegal anarchism
dc.subject.keywordsAnarchist alternatives

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