Values in Law: Ideas, Principles and Rules
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|Abstract||Ideology and science.--Idealism and realism in jurisprudence.--Symmetry and justice.--Grotius's Doctrine of contract.--Legal positivism and natural law.--Natural law today.--Argumentation and decision.|
|Keywords||Law Philosophy Legal positivism Natural law|
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