Law and the public interest: proceedings of the 1992 ALSP Conference
F. Steiner, 1993 - Law - 145 pages
Aus dem Inhalt: Roger Brownsword: Law and the Public Interest David Lyons: Normal Law, Nearly Just Societies, and Other Myths of Legal Theory John Bell: Public Interest: Policy of Principle? Alan Milne: The Public Interest, Political Controversy, and the Judges Paul Kelly: Privacy and the Public Interest: A Communitarian View David Bedingfield: Reply to Kelly: Privacy and the Public Interest Ross Harrison: Welfare Rights John Mesher: Welfare Rights: Response to Ross Harrison Rodney Brazier: A Public Interest in Constitution-Making? Dudley Knowles: Is Constitutional Reform a Priority? Norman Lewis: Markets, Regulation and Citizenship: A Constitutional Analysis Terence Daintith: Comment on Lewis: Markets, Regulation and Citizenship . (Franz Steiner 1993)
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Law and the Public Interest
Normal Law Nearly Just Societies and Other Myths
Public Interest Policy or Principle?
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1993 Franz Steiner accept action Alan Milne argue ARSP-Beiheft 55 Bentham citizens claim community's interest concept concerned conclusive evidence constitutional reform context controversial Council of Europe debate decisive reasons democracy democratic discussion distinction duty Dworkin election European Community example existence expression Franz Steiner Verlag freedom fundamental H.L.A. Hart Hart human rights hung Parliament implications individual injustice institutions interest in privacy intimate relationships issue legitimate Lewis liberal Liberal Democrats live logically markets matter moral presumption favoring natural rights natural welfare rights obedience to law obligation participation particular party political communities positive possible presumption favoring obedience principle problem protection public interest arguments public justification public policy public realm question regulation relevant representative democracy requires respect Rodney Brazier Roger Brownsword Hrsg Ronald Dworkin rules self-disclosure Social Philosophy society Steiner Verlag Stuttgart theory United Kingdom values Werner Maihofer