Legal System and Lawyers' Reasonings

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Stanford University Press, 1964 - Jurisprudence - 454 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
5 PHILOSOPHYS CONTRIBUTIONS TO JURISPRUDENCE
7
8 THE BROADENING SCOPE OF TAUGHT JURISPRUDENCE
14
CHAPTER 1
21
THE SEMANTIC
29
NATURE AND LIMITS OF LOGICAL INQUIRIES CON
41
16 APTNESS OF PREMISES FOR SUBJECTMATTER
58
17 OTHER FUNCTIONS OF LOGIC
59
18 AUSTINS EMPIRICISM
90
19 SOME CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF IMPERATIVE THEORY
92
CHAPTER 3
98
2 CENTRAL THESES AND OUTLINE OF STRUCTURE OF KELSENS LEGAL THEORY
100
3 LAW AND THE SPHERE OF THE NORMATIVE
106
4 THE LEGAL OUGHT AND THE ETHICAL OR JUST OUGHT
107
THE APEX NORM
108
6 NATURE AND ORIGIN OF THE APEX NORM ITSELF
109

18 GENERAL ARRANGEMENT OF THIS BOOK
61
CHAPTER 2
62
AUSTINS GENERAL JURISPRUDENCE 1 LIFE AND BACKGROUND
63
2 AUSTINS RELATION TO CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH AND GERMAN LEGAL THOUGHT
64
3 AUSTINS SEARCH FOR AN APPARATUS FOR LOGICAL STRUCTURING OF LAW
65
INDEPENDENT POLITICAL SOCIETY
69
5 IMPORTANCE OF OBSERVING AUSTINS OWN UNIVERSE OF DISCOURSE IN CRITICISING HIS ANALYSIS
70
6 THE SOVEREIGNTYCONCEPT IN LOGICAL STRUCTURING OF LAW AND SOVEREIGNTY AS DESCRIPTIVE OF POWER RELATIONS
71
7 AUSTINS OWN CONTRIBUTION TO THIS CONFUSION
73
8 COMMAND AS A SEPARATE PREMISE
75
9 GENERAL AND PARTICULAR COMMANDS
77
11 LAWS IMPROPERLY SOCALLED
79
12 LAW PROPERLY SOCALLED AND LAW STRICTLY SOCALLED
80
13 COMMON AND NECESSARY PRINCIPLES NOTIONS AND DISTINCTIONS
82
14 EXAMPLES OF NECESSARY NOTIONS AND CONCEPTIONS
83
15 INFERENCES NEARLY INEVITABLE
85
17 AUSTINS LOGICAL ACID AND LAW
87
LIMITATIONS OF THE PURE THEORY OF LAW
121
CHAPTER 4
137
6 A RIGHT IN THE STRICTEST SENSE DISTINGUISHED FROM
143
10 RIGHTS IN REM MULTJTAL RIGHTS AND RIGHTS IN PER
149
14 EQUITABLE AND LEGAL RIGHTS ANALYTICALLY DISTIN
155
CONCEPTUAL BOUNDARIES AND STRUCTURE
162
CHAPTER 6
209
in LOGIC AND GROWTH IN THE UNCODIFIED ROMAN LAW
224
CHAPTER 7
235
MAIN TYPES OF CATEGORIES OF ILLUSORY REFERENCE
241
USES AND ABUSES OF LOGIC IN MODERN CASE LAW
281
PROJECTNOTES
339
PROJECTNOTE E INDETERMINATE CATEGORIES
345
Table of Cases
355
Table of Statutes
367
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