Naturalizing jurisprudence

In John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz (eds.), The Future of Naturalism. Humanity Books (2009)
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General jurisprudence-that branch of legal philosophy concerned with the nature of law and adjudication-has been relatively unaffected by the "naturalistic" strains so evident, for example, in the epistemology, philosophy of mind and moral philosophy of the past forty years. This paper sketches three ways in which naturalism might affect jurisprudential inquiry. The paper serves as a kind of precis of the main themes in my book NATURALIZING JURISPRUDENCE: ESSAYS ON AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM AND NATURALISM IN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY (Oxford University Press, 2007).
Keywords Law Philosophy  Realism  Naturalism  Jurisprudence  Naturalisme  Realisme (filosofie
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Call number K341.L45 2007
ISBN(s) 9780199299010  
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