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In the Realm of Legal and Moral Philosophy

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ISBN13: 9780333743256
ISBN: 0333743253
Published: April 1998
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: Hardback
Format: Hardback
Price: £116.00

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In this wide-ranging investigation of many prominent issues in contemporary legal, political, and moral philosophy, Matthew Kramer combines critiques with theorizing as he examines the writings of numerous major theorists (including Ronald Dworkin, H.L.A. Hart, Alan Gewirth, Ronald Coase and Richard Posner). Among the many topics covered by Kramer's essays are the relative merits of legal positivism and natural law theory, the appropriate understanding of justice, the role of consequences in moral decision making, and the ultimate foundations of moral judgements.;This work is intended for use in departments of philosophy (courses in legal philosophy, political philosophy, moral philosophy and epistemology), law and politics.

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Preface - Introduction - What Good is Truth? - How not to Oppugn Consequentialism - Justice as Constancy - Questions Raised and Questions Begged: Some Doubts about Ronald Dworkin's Approach to Law-and-Economics - The Philosopher-Judge: Some Friendly Criticisms of Richard Posner's Jurisprudence - A Coda to Coase - In Praise of the Critique of the Public/Private Distinction - Of Aristotle and Ice-Cream Cones: Reflections on Jules Coleman's Theory of Corrective Justice - Getting the Rabbit Out of the Hat: A Critique of Anthony Kronman's Theory of Contract - Reason Without Reasons: A Critique of Alan Gewirth's Moral Philosophy - Index