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Where Law and Morality Meet
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PREFACE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION PART I -- WHERE LAW AND MORALITY MEET: LEGAL POSITIVISM AND THE IDENTIFICATION OF LEGAL NORMS CHAPTER 1: HOW MORAL PRINCIPLES CAN ENTER INTO THE LAW CHAPTER 2: THROWING LIGHT ON THE ROLE OF MORAL PRINCIPLES IN THE LAW: FURTHER REFLECTIONS CHAPTER 3: ON MORALITY AS A NECESSARY OR SUFFICIENT CONDITION FOR LEGALITY CHAPTER 4: OF FINAL THINGS: MORALITY AS ONE OF THE ULTIMATE DETERMINANTS OF LEGAL VALIDITY PART II -- WHERE LAW AND MORALITY DIVERGE: LEGAL POSITIVISM REAFFIRMED CHAPTER 5: LEGAL POSITIVISM DEFENDED CHAPTER 6: ON THE MORAL STATUS OF THE RULE OF LAW CHAPTER 7: ON THE SEPARABILITY OF LAW AND MORALITY PART III -- FROM LEGAL PHILOSOPHY TO MORAL PHILOSOPHY: AFFINITIES BETWEEN LAW AND MORALITY CHAPTER 8: MORAL RIGHTS AND THE LIMITS OF THE 'OUGHT'-IMPLIES-'CAN' PRINCIPLE: WHY IMPECCABLE INTENTIONS ARE NO EXCUSE

About the Author

Matthew H. Kramer is Professor of Legal and Political Philosophy at the University of Cambridge, Fellow of Churchill College, and Director of the Cambridge Forum for Legal and Political Philosophy.

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`That Kramer's prior work in this area has already received so much critical attention itself suggests that anyone interested in contemporary legal theory would benefit from this book's careful review of the contemporary lanscape of legal positivism and its subtle and often pursuasive arguments advancing those horizons.' Brian D. Berry, Law & Phiosophy Program, University of Texas

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