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Until recently, legal theory has presupposed that law is entirely the creation of institutionally-defined human subjects acting as legislators and judges, and as the conduit for social conventions that inform legal change. As one of several related narratives that challenge the nature-culture distinction, posthuman theory helps to reimagine law as the product of ecologically-connected legal subjects and, in consequence, as continuous with the normative processes of living and non-living nature.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMore Posthuman Glossary
EditorsRosi Braidotti, Emily Jones, Goda Klumbyte
Place of PublicationLondon; New York
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)9781350231443, 9781350231450
ISBN (Print)9781350231429, 9781350231436
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • Ecolaw
  • Ecology
  • Law and Nature


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