O critical legal studies movement de Roberto Mangabeira Unger: Um clássico da filosofia jurídica e política

Autores

  • Arnaldo Sampaio de Moraes Godoy Universidade Católica de Brasília

Resumo

O presente artigo pretende apresentar o livro The Critical Legal Studies
Movement, de Roberto Mangabeira Unger, bem como representa esforço no sentido de se ler abertamente esse clássico. Ainda não traduzido para o português, esse livro acena com percepções muito apropriadas para a compreensão de enigmas que se tem quanto à relação entre Direito e Política.

Biografia do Autor

Arnaldo Sampaio de Moraes Godoy, Universidade Católica de Brasília

Professor doutor pesquisador da Universidade Católica de Brasília. Bolsista Fulbright 2002-2003. Hubert Humphrey Fellow na Universidade de Boston. Tradutor do livro False Necessities, de Roberto Mangabeira Unger.

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