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LLB160 Mid-Session Essay

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LLB160 Essay Assignment based on a quote by Rosen considering the concepts of law and culture and how they co-exist together, whilst drawing on modern case studies to demonstrate the role of law upon culture and vice versa.

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LLB160 Mid-Session Essay
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Political philosophy Law Philosophy of law Philosophy of social science Authority Humanities Virtue Rule of law Jurisprudence Conflict of marriage laws Lawrence Rosen Nickolas James Oscar Chase Rachael Field
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Political philosophy Law Philosophy of law Philosophy of social science Authority Humanities Virtue Rule of law Jurisprudence Conflict of marriage laws Lawrence Rosen Nickolas James Oscar Chase Rachael Field
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1 The concept of culture is not one that is easily and universally defined, however, it is a term that is excessively used to justify our actions and equally our inaction. It has been criticised that culture has become so overly conceptualised as fundamentally necessary and has become so deeply embedded within society that its true meaning has become obscured and difficult to understand.2 However, it is admitted that the concept of culture is a necessary and inevitable instrument by which human beings are able to construct meaning out of reality itself.3 Whilst law itself also attracts a variety of definitions, there are common aspects of law itself that are seen to be universally understood, such as the purpose of law being to create a reasonable and enforceable system of ...
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