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AUTHORITY AS LEGAL IMPERATIVE
AUTHORITY AS MORAL FICTION
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accept achieve administration assertion assumed assumption authority of law Bentham civil law claim clarified command concept concern confusion consent corporate criminal law critical definition democratic derive described disposition to obedience distinction effort enforcement essential establish evaluation factual analysis fiction force function fundamental ground H. L. A. Hart Ibid imperative of law individual institutional structure international law Jurisprudence Defined juristic justice Kant Kant's kind legal authority legal imperative legal order legal philosophy legal theory legislation Limits of Jurisprudence Marxist mean ment modern moral action moral judgment natural law necessary Nuremberg Trial observation organization Pan-Slavic person philosophy of law Plato political and legal political authority political fact political philosophy political structure political theory precisely principle problem procedures purpose question rational realization reason reference relation result rule sanction sense simply social society sovereignty statement symbols thority tion tive value discrimination value theory York