Jurisprudence: A South African Perspective
Author(s): Max Du Plessis Professor Stephen Allister Pete
There is already ample evidence that the new constitutional order has triggered an unprecedented flowering of South African jurisprudential debate. The aim of this book is to provide a sensitive and intuitive understanding of these debates. In addition, lecturers will be given an innovative approach to what has been previously regarded as a difficult, boring and irrelevant subject.
Written in student-friendly format i.e informal language, big font etc. Includes a concise table of cases and statutes.
Debates take place within a social, political and historical context to give relevant background. Explains how the law was created from this background.