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Interpretations of modern legal philosophies
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Paul Sayre.|
|Contributions||Sayre, Paul., Pound, Roscoe, 1870-1964.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||807|
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New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Interpretations of modern legal philosophies. New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Roscoe Pound; Roscoe Pound: Document Type: Book: All Authors Interpretations of modern legal philosophies book Contributors: Roscoe Pound; Paul Sayre.
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Author: Roscoe Pound, P Sayre. BOOK REVIEWS BOOK REVIEWS Interpretations of Modern Legal Philosophies. Essays in Honor of Roscoe Pound. Edited with an Introduction by PAUL SAYRP. New York: Oxford University Press.
ix + pp. $ Thirty-eight authors contribute to this volume honoring Dean Roscoe Pound on his seventy-fifth birthday. Most of the Interpretations of modern legal philosophies book. Though this book Interpretations of modern legal philosophies book a very short introduction to the philosophy of law, I use this phrase interchangeably with ‘legal theory’, ‘legal philosophy’, and ‘jurisprudence’.
Strictly speaking, however, ‘jurisprudence’ concerns the theoretical analysis of law at the highest level of abstraction (e.g. questions about the nature of a. “Wrangling about precisely what constitutes genuine philosophy, proper philosophical practice, method, and aims is an important part of modern philosophy’s content and heritage”.
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PHILOSOPHIES, op. cit. sufpra note 4, at 6 SAYRE, INTERPRETATIONS OF MODERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHIES: ESSAYS IN.
HONOR OF Cited by: 6. Legal interpretivism originated with Ronald Dworkin in the late 20th century in his book Law's Empire. In recent years, debates about the nature of law have become increasingly fine-grained.
One important debate exists within legal positivism about the separability of law and morality. Apology for Jurisprudence" in Paul Sayre (ed.), Interpretations of Modern Legal Philosophies: Essays in fIonour of Roscoe Pound, pp> at The familiarity of this type of argument is noted by Ronald Dworkin, ';Hard Cases" () 88 Harv.
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Originalism, or, Original Intent. Originalists think that the best way to interpret the Constitution is to determine how the Framers intended the Constitution to be interpreted. They look to several sources to determine this intent, including the contemporary writings of the framers, newspaper articles, the Federalist Papers, and the notes from the Constitutional Convention itself.
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What is law. A command: “A law is a command which obliges a person or persons, and. Interpretations of Modern Legal Philosophies: Essays in Honor of Roscoe Pound, ed. Paul Sayre (New York: Oxford University Press, ).
Albert Kocourek, "Roscoe Pound as a Former Colleague Knew Him," pp. Paule Sayre, "Introduction," pp. IX Science of Legal Method. THE MODERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY. SERIES. Edited by a Committee of the ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS.
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MODERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHIES, op. cit. supra. note 4, at 6 SAYRE, INTERPRETATIONS OF MODERN LEGAL PHILOSOPHIES: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF ROSCOE POUND (), HARV. REV. Interpretations of Modern Legal Philosophies: Essays in Honor of Roscoe Pound contains essays by thirty-eight legal scholars from North.
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