Help with Essay-How is Said’s critical perspective reflected in Ruskola’s approaches to his subject of inquiry in “Introduction: Legal Orientalism”?

First Response Paper Topic

Write 350 words, excluding works cited and references, on the following topic:
Edward Said observed that “Orientalism is—and does not simply represent—a considerable
dimension of modern political-intellectual culture, and as such has less to do with the
Orient than it does with ‘our’ world.” How is Said’s critical perspective reflected in Ruskola’s
approaches to his subject of inquiry in “Introduction: Legal Orientalism”?
To respond to the above, make sure that you (1) provide precise explanations of the
concept, “legal Orientalism” by discussing: (2) the specific context and objective of analysis
for which Ruskola deploys this concept; and (3) what Ruskola achieves—that is, what kind
of argument or approach is made possible for Ruskola’s study—by evoking the concept of
“legal Orientalism” in his argument? Address all three points.
ꙭTip! Explain, for example, why & how Ruskola argues that “the idea that China suffers
from lack of law” is “constructed in relation to ideas about Euro-American law.”

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