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by Alf Ross
出版情報: Clark, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 2004  xi, 383 p. ; 23 cm
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Andrei Marmor
出版情報: Oxford : Hart, 2005  vi, 179 p. ; 24 cm
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Preliminary Foreword: B Massey / Part 1:
A Lawson and C Gooding, Introduction / Chapter 1:
Human Rights / Part 2:
R Light, Disability and Human Rights: The Persistent Oxymoron / Chapter 2:
L Clements and J Read, The Dog That Didn't Bark: The Issue of Access to Rights under the European Convention on Human Rights by Disabled People / Chapter 3:
O De Schutter, Reasonable Accommodations and Positive Obligations in the European Convention on Human Rights / Chapter 4:
I Cram, Hate Speech and Disabled People: Some Comparative Constitutional Thoughts / Chapter 5:
Anti-Discrimination Laws Chapter 6: T Degener, Disability Discrimination Law: A Global Comparative Approach / Part 3:
L Waddington, Implementing the Disability Provisions of the Framework Employment Directive: Room for Exercising National Discretion / Chapter 7:
C Gooding and C Casserley, Open for All? Disability Discrimination Laws in Europe Relating to Goods and Services / Chapter 8:
J Schoonheim and D Ruebain, Reflections on Inclusion and Accommodation in Childhood Education: From International Standard Setting to National Implementation / Chapter 9:
Achieving Equality Through Law? Chapter 10: A Hendriks, Promoting Disability Equality after the Treaty of Amsterdam: New Legal Directions and Practical Expansion Strategies / Part 4:
S Fredman, Does Disability Equality Challenge the Existing Anti-Discrimination Paradigm? / Chapter 11:
C O'Cinneide, A New Generation of Equality Legislation? Positive Duties and Disability Rights / Chapter 12:
N O'Brien, The UK Disability Rights Commission and Strategic Law Enforcement: Transcending the Common Law Mind / Chapter 13:
A Lawson, Mind the Gap! Normality, Difference and the Danger of Disablement Through Law / Chapter 14:
Preliminary Foreword: B Massey / Part 1:
A Lawson and C Gooding, Introduction / Chapter 1:
Human Rights / Part 2:
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Ian Ward
出版情報: London : Cavendish, 2004  215 p. ; 24 cm
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Identifying Modernism
The Critique of Modernity
The Politics of Community
The Politics of Positivism
Law and the Political Economy
Politics, Power and Pragmatism
Postmodernism and Deconstruction
Identifying Modernism
The Critique of Modernity
The Politics of Community
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Mark Tebbit
出版情報: London : Routledge, 2005  x, 249 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface to 2nd edition
Acknowledgements
What is the law? / Part I:
Morality, justice and natural law / 1:
Morality and law at variance
What is justice?
Natural law theory and legal positivism
Study questions and further reading
Early positivism and legal realism / 2:
The rise of positivism: the philosophical background
Austin's positivism and command theory of law
Pragmatism and legal realism
Conclusion
Modern positivism and its critics / 3:
Legal validity
Legal normativity: Kelsen's formal theory
H.L.A. Hart's concept of law
Fuller's secular version of natural law
Contemporary theories of law / 4:
Hard cases and legal positivism
Dworkin's theory of law as integrity
Criticisms of Dworkin
Law and modernity / 5:
The roots of modernity and the Englightenment
Critics of the Enlightenment
The postmodernist attack on modernity
Critical Legal Studies
The contradictions of liberalism
Justice modern and postmodern
The reach of the law / Part II:
Authority and obligation / 6:
Common reasons for obeying the law
Obligation and legal theory
Social contract theory
Injustice and civil disobedience
Legal and moral rights / 7:
Rights and rights-scepticism
Response to rights-scepticism
Rights versus utility
Liberty, privacy and tolerance / 8:
Liberalisation and the Wolfenden Report
J.S. Mill and liberty
Devlin's critique of the Wolfenden Report
Hart's reply to Devlin
Dworkin's critique of Devlin
Modernity and the reach of the law / 9:
The liberal concept of the individual
The contextualisation of universal rights
Marx and Marxism
Feminist jurisprudence and the rights of women
Rights in relation to class, sex and race
Criminal responsibility and punishment / Part III:
Responsibility and guilt / 10:
Free agency and responsibility
Intention and responsibility
Insanity and diminished responsibility / 11:
Traditional problems with insanity
The case of Daniel M'Naghten
The formulation of the M'Naghten Rules
Criticisms of the M'Naghten Rules
Defences of the M'Naghten Rules
Diminished responsibility and the 1957 Homicide Act
Theories of punishment / 12:
The problem of justification
Punishment justified by its effects
Justifying punishment retrospectively
Criticisms of the traditional theories
Modifications and compromises
Punishment as communication
Desert and deterrence in sentencing
Crime and modernity / 13:
Enlightened liberalism and its critics
Intention and insanity
Feminist criticisms of criminal law
An assessment of the critical theories
Conclusion: Enlightenment values and the rule of law
List of cases and statutes cited / Appendix:
Preface to 2nd edition
Acknowledgements
What is the law? / Part I:
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by John Austin
出版情報: Clark, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 2005  2 v. ; 26 cm
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[edited by] Frederick Schauer, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
出版情報: New York : Oxford University Press, c1996  xvi, 1002 p. ; 24 cm.
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edited by Dennis Patterson
出版情報: Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010  xiv, 690 p. ; 26 cm
シリーズ名: Blackwell companions to philosophy ; 8
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List of Contributors
Preface
Introduction
Areas of Law: / Part I:
Property Law / Jeremy Waldron1:
Contract / Peter Benson2:
Tort Law / Stephen R. Perry3:
Criminal law / Leo Katz4:
Public international law / Philip Bobbitt5:
Constitutional law and religion / Perry Dane6:
Constitutional law and interpretation / 7:
Constitutional law and privacy / Anita L. Allen8:
Constitutional law and equality / Maimon Schwarzschild9:
Evidence / John Jackson ; Sean Doran10:
Interpretation of statutes / William N. Eskridge11:
Conflict of laws / 12:
Contemporary Schools and Perspectives: / Part II:
Natural law theory / Brian Bix13:
Legal positivism / Jules L. Coleman ; Brian Leiter14:
American Legal realism / 15:
Critical legal studies / Guyora Binder16:
Postrealism and legal process / Neil Duxbury17:
Feminist jurisprudence / Patricia Smith18:
Law and economics / Jon D. Hanson ; Kathleen Hanson ; Melissa R. Hart19:
Legal formalism / Ernest J. Weinrib20:
German legal philosophy and theory in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Alexander Somek21:
Marxist theory of law / Alan Hunt22:
Deconstruction / Jack M. Balkin23:
Law and society / Brian Z. Tamanaha24:
Postmodernism / Dennis Patterson25:
Kantian legal philosophy / Arthur Ripstein26:
Legal pragmatism / Richard Warner27:
Topics and Disciplines: / Part III:
Law and Its Normativity / Roger A. Shiner28:
Law and Literature / Thomas Morawetz29:
The Duty to Obey the Law / M.B. E. Smith ; Smith College30:
Legal Enforcement of Morality / Kent Greenawalt31:
Indeterminacy / Lawrence B.32:
Precedent / Larry Alexander33:
Punishment and Responsibility / George P. Fletcher34:
Loyalty / 35:
Coherence / Ken Kress36:
The Welfare State / Sanford Levinson37:
Legal Scholarship / Edward L. Rubin38:
Authority of Law / Vincent A. Wellman39:
Analogical Reasoning / Jefferson White40:
Risk / John Oberdiek41:
Regulatory Theory / Matthew D. Adler42:
Methodology / Andrew Halpin43:
Overcriminalization / Douglas Husak44:
Intention / Kimberly Kessler45:
Coercion / Grant Lamond46:
Unjust Enrichment / 47:
The Ideal of the Rule of Law / Andrei Marmor48:
Index
List of Contributors
Preface
Introduction
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John Finnis
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011  xvi, 494 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Clarendon law series
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Abbreviations
Evaluation and the Description of Law / Part 1:
The Formation of Concepts for Descriptive Social Science / I.1:
Attention to Practical Point / I.2:
Selection of Central Case and Focal Meaning / I.3:
Selection of Viewpoint / I.4:
The Theory of Natural Law / I.5:
Notes
Images and Objections / II:
Natural Law and Theories of Natural Law / II 1:
Legal Validity and Morality / II.2:
The Variety of Human Opinions and Practices / II.3:
The Illicit Inference from Facts to Norms / II.4:
Hume and Clarke on 'Is' and 'Ought' / II.5:
Clarke's Antecedents / II.6:
The 'Perverted Faculty' Argument / II.7:
Natural Law and the Existence and Will of God / II.8:
A Basic Form of Good: Knowledge / Part 2:
An Example / III.1:
From Inclination to Grasp of Value / III.2:
Practical Principle and Participation in Value / III.3:
The Self-evidence of the Good of Knowledge / III.4:
'Object of Desire' and Objectivity / III.5:
Scepticism about this Basic Value is Indefensible / III.6:
The Other Basic Values / IV:
Theoretical Studies of 'Universal' Values / IV.1:
The Basic Forms of Human Good: A Practical Reflection / IV.2:
Life / A:
Knowledge / B:
Play / C:
Aesthetic experience / D:
Sociability (friendship) / E:
Practical reasonableness / F:
'Religion' / G:
An Exhaustive List? / IV.3:
All Equally Fundamental / IV.4:
Is Pleasure the Point of It All? / IV.5:
The Basic Requirements of Practical Reasonableness / V:
The Good of Practical Reasonableness Structures Our Pursuit of Goods / V.1:
A Coherent Plan of Life / V.2:
No Arbitrary Preferences Amongst Values / V.3:
No Arbitrary Preferences Amongst Persons / V.4:
Detachment and Commitment / V.5:
The (Limited) Relevance of Consequences: Efficiency, Within Reason / V.6:
Respect for Every Basic Value in Every Act / V.7:
The Requirements of the Common Good / V.8:
Following One's Conscience / V.9:
The Product of these Requirements: Morality / V.10:
Community, Communities, and Common Good / VI:
Reasonableness and Self-interest / VI.1:
Types of Unifying Relationship / VI.2:
'Business' Community and 'Play' Community / VI.3:
Friendship / VI.4:
'Communism' and 'Subsidiarity' / VI.5:
Complete Community / VI.6:
The Existence of a Community / VI.7:
The Common Good / VI.8:
Justice / VII:
Elements of Justice / VII.1:
General Justice / VII.2:
Distributive Justice / VII.3:
Criteria of Distributive Justice / VII.4:
Commutative Justice / VII.5:
Justice and the State / VII.6:
An Example of Justice: Bankruptcy / VII.7:
Rights / VIII:
'Natural', 'Human', or 'Moral' Rights / VIII.1:
An Analysis of Rights-talk / VIII.2:
Are Duties 'Prior to' Rights? / VIII.3:
Rights and the Common Good / VIII.4:
The Specification of Rights / VIII.5:
Rights and Equality of Concern and Respect / VIII.6:
Absolute Human Rights / VIII.7:
Authority / IX:
The Need for Authority / IX.1:
The Meanings of 'Authority' / IX.2:
Formation of Conventions or Customary Rules / IX.3:
The Authority of Rulers / IX.4:
'Bound By Their Own Rules'? / IX.5:
Law / X:
Law and Coercion / X.1:
Unjust Punishment / X.2:
The Main Features of Legal Order / X.3:
The Rule of Law / X.4:
Limits of the Rule of Law / X.5:
A Definition of Law / X.6:
Derivation of 'Positive' from 'Natural' Law / X.7:
Obligation / XI:
'Obligation', 'Ought', and Rational Necessity / XI.1:
Promissory Obligation / XI.2:
Variable and Invariant Obligatory Force / XI.3:
'Legally Obligatory': the Legal Sense and the Moral Sense / XI.4:
Contractual Obligation in Law: Performance or Compensation? / XI.5:
Legal Obligation in the Moral Sense: Performance or Submission to Penalty? / XI.6:
Obligation and Legislative Will / XI.7:
'Reason' and 'Will' in Decision, Legislation, and Compliance with Law / XI.8:
Moral Obligation and God's Will / XI.9:
Unjust Laws / XII:
A Subordinate Concern of Natural Law Theory / XII.1:
Types of Injustice in Law / XII.2:
Effects of Injustice on Obligation / XII.3:
'Lex Injusta Non Est Lex' / XII.4:
Nature, Reason, God / Part 3:
Further Questions about the Point of Human Existence / XIII.1:
Orders, Disorders, and the Explanation of Existence / XIII.2:
Divine Nature and 'Eternal Law': Speculation and Revelation / XIII.3:
Natural Law as 'Participation of Eternal Law' / XIII.4:
Concluding Reflections on the Point and Force of Practical Reasonableness / XIII.5:
Postscript
Bibliography
Index
Arc Duties 'Prior to' Rights? / II.1:
Abbreviations
Evaluation and the Description of Law / Part 1:
The Formation of Concepts for Descriptive Social Science / I.1:
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by George W. Rainbolt
出版情報: Dordrecht : Springer, c2010  xv, 253 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Law and philosophy library ; v. 73
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John Finnis
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011  x, 509 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Collected essays / John Finnis ; v. 4
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List of Abbreviations
The Cover Picture
Note
Introduction
Foundations of Law's Authority / Part 1:
Describing Law Normatively (2003) / 1:
Law's Authority and Social Theory's Predicament (1984) / 2:
Law as Coordination (1989) / 3:
Positivism and 'Authority' (1987) / 4:
Theories and Theorists of Law / Part 2:
A Grand Tour of Legal Theory (2002) / 5:
Legal Philosophy: Roots and Recent Themes (1998) / 6:
The Truth in Legal Positivism (1996) / 7:
Blackstone's Theoretical Intentions (1967) / 8:
Weber, Objectivity, and Legal-Rational Authority (1985) / 9:
On Hart's Ways: Law as Reason and as Fact (2007) / 10:
Hart as a Political Philosopher (2009) / 11:
Reason and Authority in Law's Empire (1987) / 12:
Critical Legal Studies (1985) / 13:
'Legal Liberalism' or Liber et Legalis? (1986) / 14:
Individuals, Communities, and Postmodernism: Some Notes (1995) / 15:
Legal Reasoning / Part 3:
Allocating Risks and Suffering: Some Hidden Traps (1990) / 16:
Practical Reasoning in Law: Some Clarifications (1990) / 17:
Rights: Their Logic Restated (1972) / 18:
Analogical Reasoning in Law (1994) / 19:
Adjudication and Legal Change (1999) / 20:
The Two Senses of 'Legal System' / Part 4:
Revolutions and Continuity of Law (1971) / 21:
Just Votes for Unjust Laws (2004) / 22:
Bibliography of the Works of John Finnis
Other Works Cited
Acknowledgements
Index
List of Abbreviations
The Cover Picture
Note
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