Exploring law’s empire : the jurisprudence of Ronald Dworkin / edited by Scott Hershovitz. - xi, 328 pages ; 24 cm - .

Includes bibliographical references and index (313-328)

Should constitutional judges be philosophers? / Christopher L. Eisgruber -- The place of history and philosophy in the moral reading of the American Constitution / James E. Fleming -- How constitutional theory found its soul : the contributions of Ronald Dworkin / Rebecca L. Brown -- Coherence, hypothetical cases, and precedent / S. L. Hurley -- Integrity and stare decisis / Scott Hershovitz -- The many faces of political integrity / Dale Smith -- Did Dworkin ever answer the crits? / Jeremy Waldron -- Associative obligations and the obligation to obey the law / Stephen Perry -- Law's aims in law's empire / John Gardner -- How facts make law / Mark Greenberg -- Hartian positivism and normative facts : how facts make law II / Mark Greenberg.

9780199546145


Dworkin, Ronald Law's empire.


Jurisprudence
Law--Philosophy

K230.D92 / E97 2012

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