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    Richard Mullender (2003). Human Rights: UniversalismandCultural Relativism. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 6 (3):70-103.
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    Richard Mullender (2011). Hate Speech, Human Rights, and GWF Hegel. In Thomas Cushman (ed.), Handbook of Human Rights. Routledge. pp. 45.
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    Richard Mullender (2014). Ronald Dworkin , Justice for Hedgehogs . Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 34 (5):216-221.
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    Richard Mullender (2009). Law, Morality and the Egalitarian Philosophy of Government. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 29 (2):389-411.
    Herbert Hart and the positivists influenced by him have, according to Nigel Simmonds, deflected attention from the question that has always been at the heart of philosophical reflection on law. This question concerns the relationship between law and morality and how we should understand it. Simmonds argues that law and morality are necessarily related and seeks to explain their relationship by reference to an archetype that actually existing legal institutions approximate more or less adequately. He identifies this archetype as providing (...)
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  5. Richard Mullender (2008). On Bullshit; On Truth. Legal Ethics 11 (2):273-284.
     
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  6. Richard Mullender (2008). Truth, Bullshit and Blame Culture. Legal Ethics 11:273-284.
     
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