Law and Philosophy 19 (5):627-633 (2000)

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Suzanne Uniacke
Charles Sturt University
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Two articles have appeared in Law and Philosophy that provide detailed criticisms of aspects of my account of the justification of individual self-defense. One of these articles misconstrues central aspects of my account. The other raises a less central, but nonetheless an important issue that invites clarification. The criticisms raised in these two articles to which I respond here have important bearing on the nature of the justification of self-defense.
Keywords Law   Philosophy of Law   Law Theory/Law Philosophy
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