Does Kelsen’s Notion of Legal Normativity Rest on a Mistake?

Law and Philosophy 31 (6):725-752 (2012)
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Keywords Legal 'ought'  Practical reason and law  Anscombe's philosophy of action  law under the guise of the good
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DOI 10.1007/s10982-012-9136-3
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