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Law, liberty andmorality.

H. L. A. Hart

Law, liberty andmorality.

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English


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SeriesHarry Camp lectures -- 1962
The Physical Object
Pagination88p.,21cm
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16557315M

Hobbes on Tacit Covenants MARK C. MURPHY Tacit consent theories of political obligation have fallen into disfavor. The diffi- culties that plague such accounts have been well-known since Hume's "Of the Original Contract"1 and have recently been forcefully reformulated by M. B. E. Smith, A. John Simmons, and Joseph Raz.2 In this article, though, I shall argue that Hobbes' version of the. 90 4 Philosophical Lens (The Normative Theories, etc. Continued) However, this book is based on an understanding, where the notion of ‘spirit’ surpasses the mere ‘intention’ of a legal provision in various ways. First, this book refers to “the ethical spirit of EU law”, hence, a Author: Markus Frischhut. West Liberty, between four and five miles distant from Mr. Brown's, on Buffalo Creek, where now is located Bethany, in West Virginia. But notto forget the accountpromised of the ex cellent ,whobecamethewifeof AlexanderCampbell. Shewastaller than the gener ality ofwomen, possessing a fine, expressive, open. Enacted by Congress in and , these laws provided for the return of escaped slaves to their owners. The North was lax about enforcing the law, with irritated the South no end. The law was tougher and was aimed at eliminating the underground railroad.


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