Chapter 4: Orientalizing comparative law’s occident
The ethical and political dimensions of the mainstream ‘tracks’ of comparative work complement the dimension of method/theory. They are represented by means of a ‘grid’ that allows them to capture and discuss the dilemma of interpretation (similarity/difference) and the problem of positionality – whether the comparatist recognizes that she is always already anchored in her ‘own’ legal culture and how she relates the familiar to the foreign (detachment/commitment).
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