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  • ISBN 0815326572
  • ISBN13 978-0815326571
  • Language English
  • Author Scott Brewer
  • Publisher Routledge (March 1, 1998)
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Hardback – 1998-04-01 Routledge Philosophy of Legal Reasoning: A Collection of. .Moral Theory and Legal Reasoning. First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Hardback – 1998-04-01 Routledge Philosophy of Legal Reasoning: A Collection of Essays by Philosophers and Legal Scholars. Logic, Probability, and Presumptions in Legal Reasoning. Hardback – 1998-03-01 Routledge Philosophy of Legal Reasoning: A Collection of Essays by Philosophers and Legal Scholars.

The terms jurisprudence and legal theory are applied to a large number of different intellectual enterprises that take law as their subject matter. In this essay I will use philosophy of law, philosophical jurisprudence, jurisprudence, and legal theory interchangeably to refer to this particular jurisprudential enterprise. 2. The one notable exception is Michael Moore.

Legal reasoning means a kind of reasoning which through finding relevant facts, appropriate legal rules, and .

Legal reasoning means a kind of reasoning which through finding relevant facts, appropriate legal rules, and good reasons for the application of these rules to the case, leads to a legal decision. There are many states of conscience and there are many types of legal reasoning. The basic presupposition of this book is that a theory of legal reasoning and judicial conscience are closely related to each other. To a certain degree, the variety of theories of legal reasoning represents the variety of moral judgements made by the judges.

For this reason, legal realism has often been associated with the sociology of la. Neil MacCormick, Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979).

For this reason, legal realism has often been associated with the sociology of law. In the United States, legal realism gained prominence in the late 19th century with Oliver Wendell Holmes and John Chipman Grey  .

Legal theorists who present or understand their theories as positivist, or as instances of legal positivism, take .

Legal theorists who present or understand their theories as positivist, or as instances of legal positivism, take their theories to be opposed to, or at least clearly distinct from, natural law theory.

moral casuistry, or reasoning from the canonical texts of moral phi-losophy, or reflective equilibrium - are too feeble to override either narrow self-interest or moral intuitions. As a result, academic moral-ism is helpless when moral intuitions clash or self-interest opposes them, and otiose when there is no such conflict. 3. There is so much disagreement among academic moralists that. the reader can easily find a persuasive rationalization for his preferred course of conduct, whatever it is. 4. The character of a modern academic career in philosophy is not. conducive to moral innovation or insight. 5. Exposure to moral philosophy may actually lead people to be

Workplace privacy is not simply a theoretical legal issue but is a matter of basic human dignity.

Workplace privacy is not simply a theoretical legal issue but is a matter of basic human dignity. Employers in a number of countries reportedly. Condition: Used: Very Good.