Law in its Own Right
The authors of this lucid and refreshing analysis of the concept of law, arguing from the perspectives of social science and political philosophy, show that jurisprudence must acknowledge that the
political, the moral, and the legal are located within a continuum of practical reason, and that laws autonomy from morality can not entail its separation from it.
Title: Law in its Own Right
Author: Henrik Palmer Olsen; Stuart Toddington
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