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A discussion of the distinction between the ""legal moral"" and the ""non-legal moral"". The book examines the work of several leading legal idealists: Fuller, Llewellyn, Finnis, Kelsen, Kant, Beyleveld and Brownsword. It argues that the legal point of view is the point of view of enforcement. The non-legal moral point of view is that of rightness of a behaviour abstracted from the issue of enforcement.