Challenges to Law at the End of the 20th Century: Law, justice and culture
David Brown Book Company, 1998 - Social Science - 198 pages
Contents: Law and Morality: D. B. Boersema: Rights and Moral Compromise - A. W. Musschenga: Incommensurable Views on the Existence of Ultimate Moral Disagreements - G. Pincione: On the Relative Stringency of Negative and Positive Moral Duties - W. L. Robison: Hard Cases and Natural Law - C.-L. Sheng: Law and Morality - Their Main Differences and Degeneration - A. Verza: Law, Morality and Tolerance: Hart and After - R. Wacks: Law's Umpire: Judges, Truth, and Moral Accountability - D. Wood: The Moral and Power Dimensions of Law - Justice: K. L. Avio: Discourse Ethics, Constitutional Contract and the Problem of Implementation: Application to Aboriginal Rights - R. E. Mackay: Restorative Justice: Natural Law, Community and Ideal Speech - A. M. Macleod: Efficiency and Justice - M. C. Pievatolo: An Interpretation of Kant: the Political Neutrality of Justice and the Value of Liberty - Culture: F. Galindo: Cultural Environment and the Concept of Law - M. Kopperi: Social Fragmentation and Political Culture - N. M. Martinez Yanez: Linguistic Flaws of the Spanish Debate on the Obligation to Obey the Law - H. Olafsson: Anthropology and the Possibility of Productive Social Dialogue - P. Riekkinen: The Power of the Supreme Court and the Death Sentence: "The mystical foundation of the authority" - R. Rosales: Culture, Community and Gender in the Formation of Agency - P. van Aerschot: Juridification from the Point of View of Modernization .
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