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Natural Law

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Edited by: Robert P. George

ISBN13: 9780754621164
ISBN: 0754621162
Published: July 2003
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This volume features essays by leading contemporary natural law theorists and their critics. Readers should gain a clear sense of the state of the debate on such issues as the moral basis of legal obligation, the relationship between law and morality, and the role of moral enquiry and judgement in the interpretation of legal texts. In his introduction, Robert George provides a useful commentary on each essay.

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An End-of-Century Debate: Jeffrey Goldsworthy (1996), Fact and Value in the New Natural Law Theory; Robert P. George (1999), A Defence of the New Natural Law Theory; Joseph Boyle (2001), Reasons for Action - Evaluative Cognitions that Underlie Motivations. Natural Law, Liberalism and Morality: John Finnis (1998), Natural Law and the Ethics of Discourse; John Rawls (1997), The Idea of Public Reason Revisited; John Finnis (1998), Public Reason, Abortion and Cloning; Hadley Arkes (1999), Liberalism and the Law; Robert P. George (1997), Making Children Moral - Pornography, Parents and the Public Interest. Natural Law and Legal Positivism: David O. Brink (1985), Legal Positivism and Natural Law Reconsidered; John Finnis (1996), The Truth in Legal Positivism; Philip A. Hamburger (1993), Natural Rights, Natural Law and American Constitutions; Robert P. George (2001), Natural Law, the Constitution and the Theory and Practice of Judicial Review; James E. Fleming (2001), Fidelity to Natural Law and Natural Rights in Constitutional Interpretation; Robert P. George (2001), The Natural Law Due Process Philosophy; John Finnis (2000), On the Incoherence of Legal Positivism; Jeremy Waldron (2000), Lex Satis Iusta.