Chapter 3: Navigating the mainstreams
To achieve some distance from the official narratives and to identify their characteristic features, notably a shared view of the tools, concept and purpose of comparative law at a given time, this chapter is focused on the major schools and styles of legal comparison and concentrates on their rhetoric, methods and theories as variations of innocence.
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