Articles | Volume 75, issue 4
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23 Oct 2020
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Geographizität des Rechts – ein missing link in der geographischen Theoriebildung?

Mathis Stock

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Are the legal dimensions of social spatialities sufficiently taken into account in geographical theory? The concept geographicity of law will be developed in order to answer this question in a dialogue between the current spatial turn of legal studies and the already existing legal geography. Especially, the realms of public space and urbanity will be addressed.