The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory
April 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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Frederick Schauer, Harvard University
“In addition to offering excellent introductions to the central topics of legal philosophy, the articles in this volume are in their own right distinguished scholarly contributions to the field. Students and specialists alike will find the book to be of great interest.”
Stephen Perry, New York University School of Law
“This is a Guide that actually guides. All the contributors provide excellent routemaps, sometimes across very tricky terrain. At the same time, many of the contributors open up new paths and new vistas. The result is a book that works at more than one level: accessible secondary literature for those just mastering the subject as well as challenging primary literature for those already steeped in it.”
John Gardner, University of Oxford
"Convincing, lively, coherent, applied, unpretentious, even though within a predominantly western paradigm, this guide is real value for money. It is a guide not just to facts and ideas but also to method; in addition it will serve as a portal for collection managers to a wide range of must-haves for the library."
Stuart Hannabuss, Aberdeen Business School, Aberdeen