The Normative Claim of Law
Graduate studies at Western
Hart Pub. (2009)
|Abstract||Meaning and status -- Generality and moral quality -- Content-dependence and discursive character -- Why grounds are needed -- Grounding the normativity of practical reason -- Grounding the normative claim and force of law.|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Jurisprudence Practical reason Normativity (Ethics|
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