Law & Philosophy is a forum for the publication of work in law & philosophy which is of common interest to members of the two disciplines of jurisprudence & legal philosophy. It is open to all approaches in both fields & to work in any of the major legal traditions common law, civil law, or the socialist tradition. The editors of Law & Philosophy encourage papers which exhibit philosophical reflection on the law informed by a knowledge of the law, & legal analysis informed by philosophical methods & principles.
The Norm as Thought and as Reality.- Law as Institutional Fact.- Facts and Fact-Descriptions.- On Analytical Jurisprudence.- Beyond Positivism and Natural Law.- Law, Morality and Positivism.- The Analytico-Dialectical Theory of Justice: A Sketch of an Action-Theoretical and Non-Cognitivist Theory of Justice.- Institutional Morality and the Constitution.- The Limits of Rationality in Legal Reasoning.- The Conditio Humana and the Ideal of Justice.
Series: Law and Philosophy Library
Number Of Pages: 229
Published: 31st January 1986
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.54