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Title Law, anthropology, and the constitution of the social : making persons and things / edited by Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy.

Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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 Moore Stacks  K487.A57 L384 2004    Available  ---
Description ix, 310 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Cambridge studies in law and society
Cambridge studies in law and society.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 286-301) and index.
Contents Introduction: the fabrication of persons and things / Alain Pottage -- Res Religiosae: on the categories of religion and commerce in Roman law / Yan Thomas -- Scientific objects and legal objectivity / Bruno Latour -- Legal fabrications and the case of 'cultural property' / Tim Murphy -- Ownership or office? A debate in Islamic Hanafite jurisprudence over the nature of the military 'fief, ' from the Mamluks to the Ottomans / Martha Mundy -- Gedik: a bundle of rights and obligations for Istanbul artisans and traders, 1750-1850 / Engin Deniz Akarli -- Losing (out on) intellectual resources / Marilyn Strathern -- Re-visualising attachment: an anthropological perspective on persons and property forms / Susanne K├╝chler -- Our original inheritance / Alain Pottage.
Subject Law and anthropology.
Persons (Law)
Things (Law)
Droit et anthropologie.
Personnes (Droit)
Biens (Droit)
Added Author Pottage, Alain.
Mundy, Martha.
ISBN 0521831784 (hardback)
0521539455 (pbk.)