Philosophy of law /
- Publication info:
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
|Due: Feb 15, 2019||LAW-BOOK|
On the Shelf
Julius Stone : a bio-bibliography including "Trends in jurisprudence in the second half century," an unpublished speech [by Julius Stone] presented 24 March 1967 at the University of Texas School of Law / by Barbara Drexler Hathaway ; with research & editing by Adrienne deVergie & Judith Helburn.
K 235 H37 1980
- Philosophy of law / John Finnis.
- Main Author:
- Finnis, John.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011
- Item Description:
"Bibliography of the works of John Finnis": p. -478.
- Physical Description:
x, 509 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -488) and index.
Table of Contents
- Describing law normatively
- Law's authority and social theory's predicament
- Law as coordination
- Positivism and 'authority'
- A grand tour of legal theory
- Legal philosophy : roots and recent themes
- The truth in legal positivism
- Blackstone's theoretical intentions
- Weber, objectivity, and legal-rational authority
- On Hart's ways : law as reason and as fact
- Hart as a political philosopher
- Reason and authority in Law's empire
- Critical legal studies
- 'Legal liberalism' or liber et legalis?
- Individuals, communities, and postmodernism : some notes
- Allocating risks and suffering : some hidden traps
- Practical reasoning in law : some clarifications
- Rights : their logic restated
- Analogical reasoning in law
- Adjudication and legal change
- Revolution and continuity of law
- Just votes for unjust laws.