Book Review: The Logic of Equality: A Formal Analysis of Non-discrimination Law
Anyone interested in contemporary non-discrimination jurisprudence will find much to contemplate in Eric Heinze's The Logic of Equality, published as part of Ashgate's Applied Legal Philosophy series. Aimed at legal practitioners as well as academics, the book sets out to illuminate certain enduring features of non-discrimination discourse and to provide a framework for analysing individual legal disputes. The author largely succeeds in that aim. However, in avoiding consideration of underlying...[Show more]
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|Simpson, Amelia --- _Eric Heinze, The Logic of Equality_ A Formal Analysis of Non-Discrimination Law_  FedLawRw 6; (2005) 33(1) Federal Law Review 177.pdf||238.88 kB||Adobe PDF|
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