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|Title:||Raw law : the coming of the Muldarbi and the path to its demise|
|Author:||Watson, Irene (Irene Margaret)|
|School/Discipline:||Dept. of Law|
|Abstract:||"This thesis is about the origins and original intentions of law; that which I call raw law. Law emanates from Kaldowinyeri, that is the beginning of time itself. Law first took form in song. In this thesis I argue that the law is naked like the land and its peoples, and is distinguished from that known law by the colonists, which is a layered system of rules and regulations, an imposing one which buries the essence and nature of law."|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Law, 2000|
|Subject:||Law Australia; Law Philosophy; Decolonization; Aboriginal Australians. Legal status, laws, etc.; Aboriginal Australians. Philosophy; Aboriginal Australians. Land tenure|
|Description:||Bibliography: p. 367-378.|
x, 378 p. ; 30 cm.
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