Chapter 7: ‘Before the Law’: the discourse about ‘access to justice’
‘Before the Law’ presents an interpretation Kafka’s parable of the same title and Derrida’s comment. In this chapter, the story is connected to and read as a critique of both the discourse on the human right of access to justice and the elements of normalization.
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