(Re) Deeming the Modern: The Engima of Henry Moore and St. Stephen Walbrook
First, claims, disclaims and acknowledgments. The case I am about to narrate and study is gleaned from a book titled Postmodern Jurisprudence by Coustas Douzinas and Ronnie Warrington (London: Routledge, 1991). As their title might suggest the case is treated in an exegetical manner somewhat differing from orthodoxies of legal research. In particular, it is represented as a metafiction that facilitates critical reflection on the relationship between several disciplines, especially religion and the arts.
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