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The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory
by Martin Golding
Notes on ContributorsIntroduction: William A. Edmundson (Georgia State University)Part I: Contending Schools of Thought:1. Legal Positivism: Brian H. Bix (University of Minnesota)2. Natural Law Theory: Mark C. Murphy (Georgetown University3. American Legal Realism: Brian Leiter (University of Texas at Austin)4. Economic Rationality in the Analysis of Legal Rules and Institutions: Lewis A. Kornhauser (New York University)5. Critical Legal Theory: Mark V. Tushnet (Georgetown University)6. Four Themes in Feminist Legal Theory: Difference, Dominance, Domesticity, and Denial: Patricia Smith (Baruch College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York)Part II: Doctrinal Domains and Their Philosophical Foundations:7. Criminal Law Theory: Douglas Husak (Rutgers University)8. Philosophy of Tort Law: Between the Banal and the Esoteric: Benjamin C. Zipursky (Fordham University)9. Contract Theory: Eric Posner (University of Chicago)10. The Commons and the Anticommons in the Law and Theory of Property: Stephen R. Munzer (University of California, Los Angeles)11. Legal Evidence: Alvin I. Goldman (Rutgers University)Part III: Perennial Topics:12. Obligation: Matthew H. Kramer (Cambridge University)13. Theories of Rights: Alon Harel (University of Jerusalem)14. A Contractarian Approach to Punishment: Claire Finklestein (University of Pennsylavania)15. Responsibility: Martin P. Golding (Duke University)16. Legislation: Jeremy J. Waldron (Columbia University)17. Constitutionalism: Larry A. Alexander (University of San Diego)18. Adjudication and Legal Reasoning: Richard Warner (Illinois Institute of Technology)19. Privacy: William A. Edmundson (Georgia State University)Part IV: Continental Perspectives:20. On Legal Positivism and Natural Law Theory: Jes Bjarup (Stockholm University)21. Some Contemporary Trends in Continental Philosophy of Law: Guy Haarscher (Free University of Brussels)Part V: Methodological Concerns:22. Objectivity: Nicos Stavropoulos (Oxford University)23. Can There Be a Theory of Law?: Joseph Raz (Oxford University)Index
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