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Article

Toddington, Stuart (2009) Consciousness, social theory and the concept of law. Student Law Review, 56. pp. 48-50. ISSN 0961-0391

Toddington, Stuart (2008) The separation of law and morals - part 2: sources and interpretations. Student Law Review, 53. pp. 46-48. ISSN 0961-0391

Toddington, Stuart (2008) Universalism, multiculturalism and the rule of law. Student Law Review, 54. pp. 49-50. ISSN 0961-0391

Toddington, Stuart (2006) The moral truth about discourse theory. Ratio Juris, 19 (2). pp. 217-229. ISSN 0952-1917

Toddington, Stuart and Beyleveld, D. (2006) Human nature, social theory and the problem of institutional design. Studies in Social and Political Thought, 12. pp. 2-29. ISSN 1467-2219

Tierney, Stuart and Toddington, Stuart (2005) Societas, universitas and the third order of the political. King's College Law Journal, 16 (1). pp. 215-228. ISSN 0961-5768

Book Section

Toddington, Stuart (2002) The dialectic of constitutionalism. In: Erkjennelse og engasjement: minneseminar for David Roland Doublet (1954-2000. Fagbokforlaget, Bergen, Norway, pp. 27-44. ISBN 8276748902

Conference or Workshop Item

Toddington, Stuart (2009) Bourdieu and the construction of the object in social theory. In: Graduate Methodology Programme, 02 Jan 2009, Retsintitut, University of Copenhagen. (Unpublished)

Toddington, Stuart (2008) The return of the knowing subject in legal theory. In: Society of Legal Scholars (SLA) Annual Conference: The Impact of Legal Scholarship, 15 - 18 Sep 2008, London School of Economics. (Unpublished)

Toddington, Stuart and Olsen, Henrik Palmer (2008) Why multiculturalists should seek to abolish the freedom of religion. In: University of Westminster, School of Law, Seminar Series, 23 Apr 2008, London. (Unpublished)

Book

Olsen, Henrik Palmer and Toddington, Stuart (2007) Architectures of justice: legal theory and the idea of institutional design. Applied legal philosophy . Aldershot, UK, Ashgate. ISBN 9780754672340

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