Inspired by PlanetPlanet's feed reader and aggregator and by Six Apart's Project Comet initiative, the Jurisdynamics Network presents the Jurisdynamics Network Orbiter. The Orbiter aggregates the latest posts from all of the Jurisdynamics Network's weblogs. The posts are presented in reverse chronological order so that visitors can see the freshest discussions of law in the context of societal and technological change. The Orbiter even has its own RSS feed, which you are invited to download by clicking here: . We hope that you enjoy the Orbiter and will visit often.
March 7, 03:16 PM / Ratio Juris / Śaṅkara: Philosopher or Theologian?
March 3, 07:37 PM / Jurisdynamics / Daniel Shaviro, Fixing U.S. International Taxation
March 2, 07:02 AM / BioLaw: Law and the Life Sciences / Reel Bio-Horror
February 23, 10:16 PM / Agricultural Law / Are You Doing Your Share?
February 18, 06:57 PM / MoneyLaw / Self-Adjusting Weighted Averages in Standard Scoring
February 18, 01:16 AM / Agricultural Law / Kara Newman, The Secret Financial Life of Food
February 16, 06:35 AM / MoneyLaw / Cnidarians and academic life
February 16, 01:24 AM / Ratio Juris / The Milosevic Trial: An Autopsy
February 9, 04:24 PM / Ratio Juris / Robert A. Dahl (1915 – 2014): “a political scientist who was widely regarded as his profession’s most distinguished student of democratic government”
February 5, 11:00 PM / Ratio Juris / An open and urgent letter to all Buddhists, would-be Buddhists, students & teachers of Indic philosophies and traditions…and all those who fancy themselves Stoic-like cosmopolitan citizens.
February 5, 07:11 AM / Jurisdynamics / Arbitration as an article of constitutional faith
February 2, 11:44 PM / Ratio Juris / Black History Month: The Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964
February 2, 08:13 AM / Jurisdynamics / Pinwheel of Fortune
February 2, 03:24 AM / Ratio Juris / Philosophy more or less incarnate in sundry types of conversation and dialogue
January 30, 06:46 AM / Agricultural Law / An Agricultural Law Jeremiad: The Harvest Is Past, the Summer Is Ended, and Seed Is Not Saved
January 28, 09:43 AM / Ratio Juris / Pete Seeger: folk singer, songwriter, and communist (May 3, 1919 – January 27, 2014)
January 28, 05:29 AM / Agricultural Law / Rurality as a Dimension of Environmental Justice: Call for Papers
January 26, 08:26 PM / Agricultural Law / Food Waste: Important Issue Gets Attention
January 25, 07:45 AM / Jurisdynamics / Coherence and elicitability in measures of market risk
January 25, 05:47 AM / Jurisdynamics / The Jurisdynamics bookbag: Flinders, Defending Politics, and Fatovic & Kleinerman, Extra-Legal Power and Legitimacy
January 21, 03:20 PM / Ratio Juris / “The 85 richest people on Earth now have the same amount of wealth as the bottom half of the global population….”
January 20, 04:33 PM / Ratio Juris / The International Anti-Apartheid Movement & Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s Call for Economic Sanctions against the South African Regime
January 20, 12:35 AM / Ratio Juris / Personal & Political Mentorship at a Prison Transformed by Its Inmates into a “Site of Resistance”*
January 19, 06:42 PM / Agricultural Law / Report from the AALS Agricultural & Food Law Session, New York
January 17, 07:24 PM / Ratio Juris / “powerful acts of powerlessness” and “expressions of desperation”…"with so little clear effect"
January 16, 11:04 PM / Ratio Juris / The Discovery of One’s Dignity in the German Democratic Republic (GDR)
January 16, 03:17 AM / Ratio Juris / The Cosmopolitan World of a South African Communist & ANC Activist in 1960s London
January 4, 07:16 PM / Commercial Law / International Conference on Contracts February 21-22, 2014 Registration and Hotel Information
December 30, 01:47 PM / Ratio Juris / A preliminary attempt to articulate succinctly the ruling ideology
December 27, 06:58 PM / Jurisdynamics / Recent additions to the Jurisdynamics Network's bookshelf
December 26, 07:15 AM / Ratio Juris / Boxing: The Brutal Agon
December 17, 05:01 PM / Commercial Law / Final Calls for International Conference on Contracts at St. Thomas University in Miami Lakes, Florida February 20-21, 2014
December 7, 09:40 PM / Agricultural Law / The Debate Over the King Amendment Grows
December 2, 12:18 AM / Ratio Juris / An Exemplary Act of Belligerence in the Class War
November 26, 01:14 PM / Ratio Juris / When Buddhists Resort to Violence
November 25, 10:45 PM / Ratio Juris / The “Joint Plan of Action” agreement between Iran and the P5+1
November 21, 06:37 PM / Commercial Law / Upcoming International Contracts Conference at St. Thomas University School of Law
November 18, 06:52 PM / Ratio Juris / “Israel’s Policy of Erasure”
November 2, 02:26 PM / Agricultural Law / Finally, some law and rural sociology/ag scholarship
October 31, 05:27 AM / Ratio Juris / Henry Kissinger is frequently described as “a man of great charm, wit, and intellect.”