A Theory of Discrimination Law

Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13 : 0199656967

Page : 300 pages

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This book provides a general theory of discrimination law as practised in liberal democratic jurisdictions. Rejecting accounts that place the value of equality at the heart of the law, it argues that discrimination law protects individual autonomy. Applying the theory, the book tackles the central legal problems in applying discrimination laws.

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