Law s Premises Law s Promise

This collection offers his most important and influential essays, together with an introductory essay which reviews and develops his contribution to legal and moral philosophy.

Law s Premises  Law s Promise

Law s Premises Law s Promise

This title was first published in 2000: The author is a legal and moral philosopher who has applied the insight and methods of Wittgenstein to a range of topics in constitutional law, criminal law and theories of justice. This collection offers his most important and influential essays, together with an introductory essay which reviews and develops his contribution to legal and moral philosophy.

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