Natural Law and Natural Rights (Clarendon Law Series)

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"Anyone in Britain or America who attempts to conduct a graduate course in contemporary political philosophy, fundamental ethics, or the philosophy of law, without having first thoroughly read this book, will be open, with considerable justification, to the charge of incompetence....Deserves a place in current discussions comparable in prominence to the one enjoyed by John Rawls's A Theory of Justice."--The Review of Metaphysics"The most excellent comprehensive and sensitive work in legal theory to come out of the tradition of analytical jurisprudence."--The Annals of the AAPSS"Undoubtedly the most significant work on the natural law to appear in modern times."--Theological Studies"An extremely valuable book that may very well become a standard work in moral theology, moral philosophy, metaethics, jurisprudence, and philosophy."--The Thomist "Anyone in Britain or America who attempts to conduct a graduate course in contemporary political philosophy, fundamental ethics, or the philosophy of law, without having first thoroughly read this book, will be open, with considerable justification, to the charge of incompetence....Deserves a place in current discussions comparable in prominence to the one enjoyed by John Rawls's A Theory of Justice."--The Review of Metaphysics "The most excellent comprehensive and sensitive work in legal theory to come out of the tradition of analytical jurisprudence."--The Annals of the AAPSS "Undoubtedly the most significant work on the natural law to appear in modern times."--Theological Studies "An extremely valuable book that may very well become a standard work in moral theology, moral philosophy, metaethics, jurisprudence, and philosophy."--The Thomist "Anyone in Britain or America who attempts to conduct a graduate course in contemporary political philosophy, fundamental ethics, or the philosophy of law, without having first thoroughly read this book, will be open, with considerable justification, to the charge of incompetence....Deserves a place in current discussions comparable in prominence to the one enjoyed by John Rawls's A Theory of Justice."--The Review of Metaphysics "The most excellent comprehensive and sensitive work in legal theory to come out of the tradition of analytical jurisprudence."--The Annals of the AAPSS "Undoubtedly the most significant work on the natural law to appear in modern times."--Theological Studies "An extremely valuable book that may very well become a standard work in moral theology, moral philosophy, metaethics, jurisprudence, and philosophy."--The Thomist "Anyone in Britain or America who attempts to conduct a graduate course in contemporary political philosophy, fundamental ethics, or the philosophy of law, without having first thoroughly read this book, will be open, with considerable justification, to the charge of incompetence....Deserves a placein current discussions comparable in prominence to the one enjoyed by John Rawls's A Theory of Justice."--The Review of Metaphysics"The most excellent comprehensive and sensitive work in legal theory to come out of the tradition of analytical jurisprudence."--The Annals of the AAPSS"Undoubtedly the most significant work on the natural law to appear in modern times."--Theological Studies"An extremely valuable book that may very well become a standard work in moral theology, moral philosophy, metaethics, jurisprudence, and philosophy."--The Thomist

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This book uses contemporary analytical tools to provide basic accounts of values and principles, community and 'common good', justice and human rights, authority, law, the varieties of obligation, unjust law, and even the question of divine authority.

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