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Publications by Martin Krygier

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Books

Martin Krygier, Philip Selznick. Ideals in the World, Stanford University Press, 2012

Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota and Martin Krygier, eds., Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law? Implications of EU Enlargement for the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders, Springer Verlag, 2005.

Adam Czarnota, Martin Krygier and Wojciech Sadurski, eds., Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism: Constitutionalism, Dealing with the Past, and the Rule of Law, Central European University Press, Budapest, 2005.

Martin Krygier, Civil Passions, Black Inc., Melbourne 2005.

Robert Kagan, Martin Krygier and Kenneth Winston, eds., Legality and Community: On the Intellectual Legacy of Philip Selznick, Rowman and Littlefield, NY, 2002

Martin Krygier and Adam Czarnota, eds., The Rule of Law after Communism, Dartmouth, Aldershot, February 1999.

Martin Krygier, Between Fear and Hope. Hybrid thoughts on public values, Boyer Lectures, ABC Books, Sydney, 1997 (the text of the radio lectures on which this book expands can be found on the web at http://www.abc.net.au/rn/boyers/97boyer1.htm ).

Martin Krygier, ed. Marxism and Communism: Posthumous Reflections on Politics, Society, and Law, Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of Sciences and the Humanities, Rodopi, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA., 1994.

Eugene Kamenka and Martin Krygier, eds., Bureaucracy. The Career of a Concept, Edward Arnold, London; St. Martin's Press, New York, 1979.

  •           Spanish translation: La Burocracia: La trayectoria de un concepto, Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico, 1981.

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Book Chapters

(in press for 2017 publication):
 
‘Legal Pluralism and the Value of the Rule of Law’ forthcoming in Andrew Halpin and Nicole Roughan, eds., Jurisprudence without Borders, Cambridge University Press.
 
‘Transformations of the Rule of Law: Legal, Liberal, Neo’, in Ben Golder and Daniel McLoughlin, eds., The Politics of Legality in a Neoliberal Age, Routledge.
 
(published):
 
‘Tempering Power,’ in Maurice Adams, Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Anne Meuwese, eds., Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law. Bridging idealism and realism, Cambridge University Press, 2017, 34-59.
 
(With Peter Drahos), ‘Regulation, Institutions and Networks’ in Peter Drahos, ed., Regulatory Theory. Foundations and Applications, ANU Press, Canberra, 2017, 1-22.
 
‘Why Rule of Law Promotion is too important to be left to lawyers,’ in Raimond Gaita and Gerry Simpson, ed., Who’s Afraid of International Law, Monash University Press, Melbourne, 2017, 133-68.
 
‘Magna Carta and the Rule of Law Tradition’, in Robin Speed, ed., Magna Carta 800th Anniversary in Australia, Magna Carta Institute, Sydney 2016, 36-54

a.      (already published in) Proceedings of symposium held by the Department of the Australian Senate and the Rule of Law Institute of Australia to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, 65 Papers on Parliament, February 2016, 11-29.

‘The Rule of Law and the Security Council. Some conceptual reflections,’ in Jeremy Farrall and Hilary Charlesworth eds., Strengthening the Rule of Law through the Security Council, Routledge, 2016, 13-26.

'‘Good, Bad, and “Irritant” Laws in New Democracies,’ in Jan Zielonka ed., Media and Politics in New Democracies. Europe in Comparative Perspective, Oxford University Press, 2015, 119-136.

'Rule of Law (and Rechtsstaat)' in: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 20. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 780–787 

a.       also in James R. Silkenat, James E. Hickey, Peter D. Barenboim, eds., The Legal Doctrines of the Rule of Law and the Legal State (Rechtsstaat), Springer,  Cham, 2014, 45-60

Foreword to Philip Selznick, The Organizational Weapon, Quid Pro Books, 2014, i-xxiv

‘The Rule of Law after the Short Twentieth Century: Launching a Global Career, in Richard Nobles and David Schiff, eds. Law, Society and Community: Essays in Honour of Roger Cotterrell, Ashgate, 2014, 327-46

‘An Intimate and Foreign Affair,’ in Ann Curthoys and Joy Damousi, eds., What Did You Do in the Cold War, Daddy? New South Publishing, Sydney, 2014, 23-56

‘Lifting the Burden of the Past. Poles, Jews, and the Holocaust,’ in Best Australian Essays 2013, Black Inc, Melbourne, 2013, 273-88.

‘Intellectuals and Communism: a peculiar obsession’ in The State of the Nation, Black Inc., Melbourne, 2013, 247-62

'The Rule of Law,' Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó, eds., Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law, Oxford University Press, 2012, 233-49.

(with Whit Mason) ‘Violence, Development, and the Rule of Law,’ in George Mavrotas, ed.,Security for Development: Confronting Threats to Survival and Safety, Global Development Network, 2011, 129-70

'Four Puzzles about the Rule of Law: Why, What, Where? And Who Cares?,' in James E. Fleming, ed., Getting to the Rule of Law, Nomos no. 50, New York University Press, 2011, 64-104.

         also in Polish translation, in two parts:

        'Cztery pytania o rządy prawa: Dlaczego? Co? Gdzie? I kogo to obchodni?' Część I: in (2011) 2 (3) Archiwum Filozofii Prawa i Filozofii Społecznej, 1-19.

        'Cztery pytania o rządy prawa: Dlaczego? Co? Gdzie? I kogo to obchodni?' Część II: in (2012) 2 (5) Archiwum Filozofii Prawa i Filozofii Społecznej, 5-19.

'The Meaning of What We Have Done,' in Christopher Cordner, ed., Philosophy, Ethics and a Common Humanity. Essays in Honour of Raimond Gaita, Routledge, Oxford, 2011, 121-42.

'Approaching the Rule of Law,' in Whit Mason, ed., The Rule of Law in Afghanistan. Missing in Inaction, Cambridge University Press, 2011, 35-49.

'The Concept of Law and Social Theory,' republished in Maksymilian Del Mar and Michael Giuridice, eds., Legal Theory and the Social Sciences, vol. II, Ashgate Library of Essays in Contemporary Legal Theory, Farnham UK, 2010, 3-28

'Law as Tradition,' republished in Maksymilian Del Mar and Michael Giuridice, eds., Legal Theory and the Social Sciences, vol. II, Ashgate Library of Essays in Contemporary Legal Theory, Farnham UK, 2010, 335-60.

'Hart, Fuller and Law in Transitional Societies,' in Peter Cane, ed., The Hart-Fuller Debate in the Twenty-First Century, Hart Publisher, Oxford, 2010, 107-34.

‘The Rule of Law. Legality, Teleology, Sociology,’ in Gianluigi Palombella and Neil Walker, eds., Relocating the Rule of Law, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2009, 45-69.

‘Philip Selznick: Incipient Law, State Law and the Rule of Law,’ in J. van Schooten & J.M. Verschuuren , eds., International Governance and Law. State Regulation and Non-State Law, E.E. Elgar, Cheltenham, 2008, 31-55.

‘”Civicity” and Multiculturalism. A Comment on Pettit,’ in Geoffrey Brahm Levey, ed., Political Theory and Australian Multiculturalism, Barghahn Books, New York & Oxford, 2008, 119-28.

‘Foreword’ to Philip Selznick, A Humanist Science, Stanford University Press, 2008, vii-xv.

‘War on Terror,’ in Robert Manne, ed., Dear Mr Rudd, Black Inc., Melbourne, 2008. 127-43.

‘The Rule of Law. An Abuser’s Guide’, in András Sajó, ed., The Dark Side of Fundamental Rights, 129-161, 2006, Eleven International Publishing, Utrecht.

‘Introduction’ in Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota and Martin Krygier, eds., Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law? Implications of EU Enlargement for the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders, 3-24.

'Human Rights and a Humanist Social Science', in Christopher L. Eisgruber and András Sajó, eds., Global Justice and the Bulwarks of Localism: Human Rights in Context, Brill, Amsterdam, 2005, 43-84.

'The Rule of Law' in Czarnota, Krygier and Sadurski, eds., Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism: Constitutionalism, Dealing with the Past, and the Rule of Law, 66-77.

'Introduction' in Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota and Martin Krygier, eds., Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law? Implications of EU Enlargement for the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders

'False Dichotomies, Real Perplexities and the Rule of Law,' in András Sajó, ed. Human Rights with Modesty. The Problem of Universalism, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston, 2004, 251-77.

'In Praise of Prejudice', Best Australian Essays 2003, Black Inc Books, Melbourne, 2003, 121-31.

'The Character of the Nation', (with Robert van Krieken) in Robert Manne, ed., Whitewash. On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Black Inc. Books, Melbourne, 2003, 81-108.

'The Quality of Civility: Post-Anti-Communist Thoughts on Civil Society and the Rule of Law,' in András Sajó, ed., Out of and Into Authoritarian Law, Kluwer, Amsterdam, 2002, 221-56.

'The Grammar of Colonial Legality: Subjects, Objects, and the Australian Rule of Law', in Geoffrey Brennan and Francis G. Castles, eds., Australia Reshaped. 200 Years of Institutional Transformation, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2002, 220-60.

'Selznick's Subjects' in Robert Kagan, Martin Krygier and Kenneth Winston, eds., Legality and Community, 3-16

'Philip Selznick, Normative Theory and the Rule of Law' in Kagan, Krygier and Winston, eds., Legality and Community, 19-48.

'Hybrids and Comparisons' in Donald McDonald, ed., The Boyer Collection. Highlights of the Boyer Lectures 1959-2000, ABC Books, Sydney 2001, 492-504.

'Rights, Institutions and Culture after Communism' in Linda Hancock and Carolyn O'Brien, eds., Rewriting Rights in Europe, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2000, 91-107.

'Ethical Positivism and the Liberalism of Fear' in Tom D. Campbell and Jeffrey Goldsworthy, eds., Judicial Power, Democracy and Legal Positivism, Dartmouth, Aldershot, 1999.

'Fear, Hope, Politics and Law', Papers on Parliament , no. 32, issued by the Department of the Senate, Parliament House, Canberra, April 1999, 123-52.

'Introduction' (with Adam Czarnota) to Martin Krygier and Adam Czarnota, eds., The Rule of Law after Communism, 1-18.

'Institutional Optimism, Cultural Pessimism and the Rule of Law' in Krygier and Czarnota, eds., The Rule of Law after Communism, 77-105. (This appeared first in the International Journal of Sociology (see below).

'Introduction', in Martin Krygier, ed. Marxism and Communism: Posthumous Reflections on Politics, Society, and Law, Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of ciences and the Humanities, Rodopi, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA., 1994, 7-18.

'Marxism, Communism, and the Rule of Law,' in Martin Krygier, ed., Marxism and Communism. Posthumous Reflections on Politics, Society, and Law, Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of Sciences and the Humanities, Rodopi, Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA., 1994, 135-68.

(with Adam Czarnota) 'From State to Legal Traditions? Prospects for the Law after Communism', in Janina Frentzel-Zagorska, ed., A One-Party State to Democracy: Transition in Eastern Europe, Poznan studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and Humanities, Rodopi, Amsterdam/Atlanta, 1993, 91-112.

'Legal Traditions and their Virtue' in Grazyna Skapska and Krzysztof Palecki eds., Prawo w Zmieniajacym Spoleczenstwie (Law in a Changing Society), Cracow, 1992, 243-63.

'Thinking Like a Lawyer' in Wojciech Sadurski ed. Ethical Dimensions of Legal Theory, Poznan studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and Humanities, Rodopi, Amsterdam, 1991, 67-90.

(with Adam Czarnota) 'Revolutions and the Continuity of European Law', Zenon Bankowski, ed., Revolutions in Law and Legal Thought, Aberdeen University Press, 1991, 90-112.

'The Welfare State - the Fundamentals: Comments' in Michael James, ed. The Welfare State. Foundations and Alternatives, Centre for Independent Studies, Sydney, 1989, 53-62.

'Publicness, Privateness and 'Primitive Law'' in S.I. Benn and G.F. Gaus, eds., Public and Private in Social Life (Croom helm, Kent, 1983) 307-40.

'Affirmative Action 1' in A.E. - S. Tay, ed., Teaching Human Rights: An Australian Symposium, (Australian National Commission for UNESCO, Canberra (1981) 135-43;

  • Reprinted as 'Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination. Law, Affirmative Action and Human Rights', (September 1980) Quadrant, 4-10.

'Anthropological Approaches' in E. Kamenka and A.E.-S. Tay, eds., Law and Social Control (Edward Arnold, London; St. Martin's Press, New York, 1980) 27-59.

'State and Bureaucracy in Europe: The Growth of a Concept' in Eugene Kamenka and Martin Krygier, eds., Bureaucracy. The Career of a Concept, Edward Arnold, London; St. Martin's Press, New York, 1979 supra, 1-33

'Saint-Simon, Marx and the Ungoverned Society' in Kamenka and Krygier, eds., Bureaucracy..., supra, 34-60

'Weber, Lenin and the Reality of Socialism' in Kamenka and Krygier, eds., Bureaucracy... , supra, 61-87

'The Revolution Betrayed? From Trotsky to the New Class' in Kamenka and Krygier eds., Bureaucracy..., supra, 89-111

''Bureaucracy' in Trotsky's Analysis of Stalinism' in Marian Sawer, ed., Socialism and the New Class,(Australian Political Science Association Monograph, Adelaide, 1978, 46-67

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Articles in Academic Journals:

(in press):

 

(published):

‘The Rule of Law and its Rivals,’ in (2017) 9 Hague Journal on the Rule of  Law, 19-27

‘The Rule of Law: Pasts, Presents, and Two Possible Futures,’ in (2016) 12 Annual Review of Law & Social Science 199-229

‘The Rule of Law between England and Sudan: Hay, Thompson and  Massoud’ in (Spring 2016) 41, 2 Law & Social Inquiry 480-88

‘Selznick’s Hobbesian Idealism. Its Origins and its Nature’, in Institutions and Ideals: Philip Selznick's Legacy for Organizational Studies, vol. 44 (2015) Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 21-39

‘Reply to Patrick Emerton, “Naturalising Natural Law? Reflections on Martin Krygier’s Philip Selznick: Ideals in the World and Kristen Rundle, Forms Liberate: Reclaiming the Jurisprudence of Lon L. Fuller,”’ (2014) 39 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy, 176-88

‘What about the Rule of Law?,’ (2014) Constitutional Court Review [South Africa], 74-90

‘Inside the Rule of Law,’ 2014, III, 1 Rivista di filosophia del diritto, 77-98

 ‘После короткого ХХ века: глобальный прогресс верховенства права’ (Ukrainian: ‘After the Short Twentieth Century: the Global Career of the Rule of Law’), (2013) ФІЛОСОФІЯ ПРАВА І ЗАГАЛЬНА ТЕОРІЯ ПРАВА (Philosophy of Law and General Theory of Law), 155-75.

‘Still a Rule of Law Guy,’ (2013) 34, 1 Recht der Werkelijkheid 47-55

‘Missing All that Matters,’ 2012; 10(1), Issues in Legal Scholarship 5-17

‘Why the Rule of Law is too important to be left to lawyers,’ (2012) 2,2 Prawo i Więź (Law & Social Bonds) 30-52

'1989-2009: "In Poland everything is possible, even changes for the better,"' (2010) 16, 3 Humanities Research, 27-32, http://epress.anu.edu.au/hrj2010_3_citation.html

                        also published  in Oliver Mark Hartwich, ed., After the Wall. Reflections on the Legacy of 1989, CIS Occasional Paper 116, 2010, 21-27   

                        (in Polish) '1989-2009. "W Polsce wszystko jest możliwe, nawet zmiany na lepsze"' Gazeta Świąteczna 17 July 2009.

'Philip Selznick's Humanist Science,' (2010) 20, 2 Law and Courts. Newsletter of the Law and Courts Section of the American Political Science Association, 13-15  

'The Fall of European Communism. 20 Years After,' (2009) 1, 2 Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 195-214

'Philip Selznick e gli ideali nel mondo. Un apprezzamento,' (2009) 50, 2 Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 211-26.

‘The Rule of Law and the Three Integrations’, (March 2009) 1, 1 Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 21-27.

(with Adam Czarnota), ‘After Postcommunism. The Next Phase’, 2006, 2 Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 299-340
a.     Polish translation, ‘Po Postkomunizmie – Nastêpny Etap? Pozwa¿ania nad Rol¹ I Miejscem Prawa,’ (2007) 2 Studia Socjologiczne, (Cracow), 145-97.

'Neighbours: Poles Jews, and the Aboriginal Question', (2002) 29, 1-2 East Central Europe/L'Europe du Centre Est. Eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift 297-309.

'Conservative liberal socialism revisited', lead article in symposium on CLS in (2002) 11, 1 The Good Society, 6-15

'Parables of Hope and Disappointment', (Summer 2002) 11, 3 East European Constitutional Review 62-65
also published in:

  also published in:

  • Grazyna Skapska and Annamaria Orla-Bukowska, eds., The Moral Fabric in Contemporary Societies, The Annals of the International Institute of Sociology, New Series – Volume 9, Brill, Leiden – Boston, 2003, 85-92.
  • In Russian and Ukrainian: (2003) 3 Sotsiologia: teoria, metody, marketing, 169-174

'Transitional Questions about the Rule of Law: Why, What, and How?' (2001) 28, 1 East Central Europe-L'Europe du Centre Est. Eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, 1-34

'Democratic Constitutionalism and Group Rights' (2000) 25, 2 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy,215-29

'Traps for Young Players in Times of Transition' (Fall 1999) East European Constitutional Review 63-67

'Ethical Positivism and the Liberalism of Fear', (1999) 24 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 65-94

'Is there Constitutionalism after Communism? Institutional Optimism, Cultural Pessimism and the Rule of Law' (Winter 1996-1997) 26, 4 International Journal of the Sociology of Law 17 - 47

  • Hungarian translation: 'Intézményoptimizmus Kultúrpesszimizmus' (1997-98) Magyar Lettre Internationale 45-48

 'Virtuous Circles. Antipodean Reflections on Power, Institutions, and Civil Society' (Winter 1997) 11, 1 Eastern European Politics and Societies 36-88

  • (an earlier version of this article appeared as Collegium Budapest/Institute for Advanced Study. Discussion Paper no.25, March 1996)

 'The Constitution of the Heart,' (Fall 1995) 20, 4 Law and Social Inquiry 1033-46

  • Polish version in Res Publica

(with Arthur Glass) 'Shaky Premises. Values, Attitudes and the Law,' (September 1995) 17, 3 Sydney Law Review 385-96

'Four Visions of Post-Communist Law,' in (1994) 40 Australian Journal of Politics and History. Special Issue: Ideas and Ideologies. Essays in Honour of Eugene Kamenka, 104-20.

'Dialektyczna natura tradycji,' (1994) 11 Socjologia Wychowania, Acta Universitatis Nicolai Copernici 45 - 67.

'Walls and Bridges. A Comment on The Moral Commonwealth,' (March 1994) 82 California Law Review 301-14 [Review Essay]

'Marxism and the Rule of Law: Reflections after the Collapse of Communism' (1990) 15 Law and Social Inquiry (Chicago) 602-31. (Five commissioned articles in response to this piece were published in the same issue, together with my substantial rejoinder (next below:)

'Marxism, Communism, and Narcissism', (1990) 15 Law and Social Inquiry 709-32

'The Traditionality of Statutes' (1988), 1,1 Ratio Juris, 20-39.

'Critical Legal Studies and Social Theory. A Response to Alan Hunt', (1987) 7.1 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 26-39;

  • This is a revised and expanded version of an article which appeared in (1985) 9, 35 Bulletin of the Australian Society for Legal Philosophy, 286-97.

'Law as Tradition', (1986) 5 Law and Philosophy 237-62.

'Julius Stone: Leeways of Choice, Legal Tradition, and the Declaratory Theory of Law' (1986) 9, 2 University of New South Wales Law Journal: Julius Stone Memorial Issue 26-38.

  • reprinted in (1986) 10 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 158-73

'Tipologia della tradizione', (1985) V.2 agosto Intersezioni. Rivista de storia delle idée, (Bologna) 221-249.

'Marxism and Bureaucracy: A Paradox resolved', (1985) 20, 2, Politics, 58-69.

'The Concept of Law and Social Theory' (1982) 2.2 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 155-80.

  • An earlier version of this article - 'The Concept of Law, Analytical Jurisprudence and Social Theory' - appeared in (April 1981) No. 18 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, 3-39.

'The Concept of Law and Social Theory - Further Comments' (August 1981) 19 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 33-39. Reply to comments on 'The Concept of Law and Social Theory' by Professor Lauchlan Chipman and Dr Wojciech Sadurski.

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Encyclopedia Articles

'Law and the State', for Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives, Sage, Thousand Oaks, 2007, volume 3, 1431-34.

'Rule of Law' International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, editors-in-chief Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates, Elsevier Science, Oxford, 2001, vol.20, 13403-408.

'Tradycja' for the Polish Encyclopedia of Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences.

'Common Law,' Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 10 volumes, ed. Edward Craig, Routledge, London, volume 1, 440-46

'Tradition' Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de Théorie et de Sociologie du Droit, Li\brairie Générale de Droit et de Jorisprudence, Paris, 1988, 423-25.

Conference Proceedings

'What Matters to Me' Proceedings of Ninth Annual Forum of The Queen's Trust, Brisbane, 1993, 101-19.

'Zródla miedzykulturowych nieporozumien, czyli: dlaczego Polacy nie moga wyjasnic pewnych rzeczy intelektualistom zachodnim, mimo ze jedni i drudzy sa skadinad calkiem inteligentni,' (Polish). Invited Address to Plenary Session of the 8th Polish Sociological Congress), in Antoni Sulek and Wlodzimierz Winclawski, eds. Przelom i Wyzwanie, Warsaw-Torun 1991, 117-20.

  • Reprinted in Res Publica Warsaw, May 1991, 122-24.
  • English translation: 'Sources of Cross-cultural Misunderstanding. Or: why Poles can't explain themselves to western intellectuals, even though both might otherwise be quite intelligent,' (July-August 1991) Quadrant, 46-48.

'Law as Tradition', in S. Panou, G.Bozonis, G. Georgas, P. Trappe, eds., Philosophy of Law in the History of Human Thought, Steiner Verlag, Wiesbaden, 1988, 179-90.

'Hero, Humdrum, and Legal Doctrine' (1987) 11, 43 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 220-31.

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Publications in Journals of Opinion and Ideas:

‘The Usual Suspects. Quadrant at 50’,  The Monthly December 2006 – January 2007, 24-32

'The Rhetoric of Reaction', (Winter 2005) Griffith Review 79-91.

  •            Reprinted in (July 1, 2005) Australian Financial Review

'Amire egy ausztrál büszke lehet, és amire kevésbé' (in Hungarian) (2002/2003) 47 Magyar Lettre Internationale 56-60.

'Neighbours: Poles, Jews and the Aboriginal Question', La Trobe University Essay, (April 2002) Australian Book Review 37-43.

'Brzydsza twarz slonecznej Australii' ('An uglier face of sunny Australia') Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland) 6-7 October, 2001

'A Good Society' January-February 1999, Eureka Street, 20-23.

'The Uses of Civility' January-February 1998, 70, 1 Australian Quarterly 38-42

'The Sources of Civil Society I.' October 1996 Quadrant 12-22

'The Sources of Civil Society II.' November 1996 Quadrant 26-32

'The Polish Political Miracle Communists to Communists in Six Short Years,' June 1996 Quadrant 46-57.

'Does Australia Need a Racial Vilification Law?' (November 1994) Quadrant 20-24.

'Compared to What? Thoughts on Law and Justice,' (December 1993) Quadrant 49-56.

'In Praise of Conservative-Liberal-Social Democracy' (May 1992) Quadrant, 12-23.

  • Polish translation: 'Pochwala konserwatywno-liberalnej socjaldemokracji' (October, 1992) 1 Nowa Res Publica Warsaw, 71-78.
  • Reprint of translation: (November 1992) 7 Przeglad Spoleczny 64.

'A Morality Tale' (Spring 1991) 23 The National Interest 96-100.

'Rzady prawa: kulturowe osiagniecie o znaczeniu universalnym' (The rule of law: a cultural achievement of universal significance) (1990) IV, 12 Res Publica (Warsaw) 50-53.

'Gypsies, The Law and Me,' (November 1990) Quadrant , 28-31.

  • Polish translation: 'Cyganki, Prawo, i Ja,' (1990) IV, 12 Res Publica (Warsaw) 54-58.

 'Poland: Life in an Abnormal Country' (Winter 1989/90) 18 The National Interest (Washington D.C.) 55-64.

  • Reprint: (Jan-Feb 1990) Quadrant, 10-16.

'In Occupied Poland', (1986) 81, 3 Commentary (New York) 15-23.

  • Reprint: 'Stalemated in Poland', (1986) 30, 3 Quadrant 19-26.
  • Italian translation: 'Polonia: il mondo della vita' (1986) 35, 4 Il Mulino (Bologna) 650-72.

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Booklet

Peter King and Martin Krygier, eds., Human Rights in the Soviet Union: The Australian Enquiry, Sydney, Committee for Human Rights in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1980

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Book Reviews and Review Essays

'Family Intelligence,' The Monthly, July 2010, 62-64

On the Rule of Law. History, Politics, Theory', (2005) 32, 4, Journal of Law and Society, 657-66.

'Systems of Justice in Transition' (April 2004) 14, 4 Law and Politics Book Review 288-94.
http://www.bsos.umd.edu/gvpt/lpbr/subpages/reviews/Priban-Roberts-Yo404.htm

'A Common Humanity' (Review essay) April 2000 Australian's Review of Books 8-9, 26.

'The many-faceted McAuley' (December 1999) Eureka Street 32-37

'Freedom as a Way of Life' (1992) 8,3 Policy 51-52.

'Convicts and Legal Culture' (November 1992) Quadrant 77-79.

  • Polish version: 'Skazancy i Rzady Prawa,' (1993) 2 Nowa Res Publica Warsaw, 41-2

'Marxism and Law', (1983) 6, 2, University of New South Wales Law Journal, 238-46

'L.J. Hume, Bentham and Bureaucracy', (1983) 42, 2, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 191-183

'Neil MacCormick, H.L.A. Hart', (1982) 24 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, 33-37

'Anthropology, Law and Social Control', (April 1980) No. 15 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, 30-38

'Marxism Discussed', (December, 1980) Quadrant, 65-66

'Saint Simon', (January 1977) Quadrant, 79-80

'An Australian Experience', (April 1976) Australian Journal of Politics and History, 147-48

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Other

‘On the Rule of Law. What it is, why it matters, and what threatens it’, The Monthly Blog, 20 August 2015, https://www.themonthly.com.au/blog/martin-krygier/2015/20/2015/1440049152/rule-law

‘Budapest on the Yarra’, Australian Financial Review, 17 November, 2006,8-9

‘Are our protectors really protecting us?’ The Age, 31 August, 2005.

'Two Paradoxes of Post-Communist Legality: Why the familiar is unprecedented, and why legality is not a legal issue' (1992) 2 UNSW Law School Bulletin 25-26.

'Poland Won't Escape its Shambles Without Western Help', [op. ed. article] Los Angeles Times, September 4, 1989.

'Introduction: Legal Studies and Liberal Arts Education' (text of Commencement Address to students graduating from Legal Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley), (1985) 1,1 California Legal Studies Journal 1-7.

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