The Stoics and Legal Conservatives: Strange Bedfellows or Just Strange Fellows? [Book Review]

Law and Philosophy 30 (2):201-251 (2011)
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Keywords Philosophy   Philosophy of Law   Political Science   Law Theory/Law Philosophy   Logic   Social Sciences, general
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DOI 10.1007/s10982-011-9092-3
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