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Legal and Political Philosophy: Social, Political, & Legal Philosophy, Volume 1 (Rodopi Philosophical Studies 5)
Contents: Enrique VILLANUEVA: Editorial preface. Acknowledgement. 1. Jeremy WALDRON: Large Legislatures. 2. Christopher KUTZ: Parliamentary Self-Government: Comment on Waldron. 3. Ulises SCHMILL ORDÓÑEZ: Comment on Large Legislatures by Jeremy Waldron. 4. David SOSA: Size Matters. 5. Jeremy WALDRON: Response to Professors Kutz, Schmill, and Sosa. 6. Jules...
Contents: Enrique VILLANUEVA: Editorial preface. Acknowledgement. 1. Jeremy WALDRON: Large Legislatures. 2. Christopher KUTZ: Parliamentary Self-Government: Comment on Waldron. 3. Ulises SCHMILL ORDÓÑEZ: Comment on Large Legislatures by Jeremy Waldron. 4. David SOSA: Size Matters. 5. Jeremy WALDRON: Response to Professors Kutz, Schmill, and Sosa. 6. Jules COLEMAN: The Conventionality Thesis. 7. Enrique VILLANUEVA: Norm’s Content and Legal Reasons for Action. 8. Imer B. FLORES: In the Dark Side of the Conventionality Thesis? 9. Jules COLEMAN: Conventionality and Normativity. 10. Scott J. SHAPIRO: Judicial Can’t. 11. Lawrence ALEXANDER: Rule-Guidance, Rationality and Constraint. 12. Leo KATZ: Comments on Scott Shapiro. 13. Gerald J. POSTEMA: Law as a Command: The Model of Command in Modern Jurisprudence. 14. Martin STONE: History Meets Theory: Postema on Law and Command. 15. Claire FINKELSTEIN: What’s the Command Theory of Law? 16. Gerald POSTEMA: Why Study the History of Jurisprudence? 17. Geoffrey SAYRE-MCCORD: Criminal Justice and Legal Reparations as an Alternative to Punishment. 18. Gerald F. GAUS: Taking the Bad with the Good: Some Misplaced Worries about Pure Retribution. 19. David ESTLUND: Comments on Geoffrey Sayre-McCord, "Criminal Justice and Legal Reparations as an Alternative to Punishment". 20. Geoffrey SAYRE-MCCORD: In Defense of Reparations: A Reply to Estlund and Gaus. 21. Jody S. KRAUS: Legal Theory and Contract Law: Groundwork for the Reconciliation of Autonomy and Efficiency. 22. Roberto GARGARELLA: On the Possibility of Reconciling Autonomy and Efficiency Theories. 23. Christopher W. MORRIS: Jody Kraus on Assessing Contemporary Legal Theories. 24. Jody S. KRAUS: Replies to Gargarella and Morris. Contributors.
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