Grounds Of Law And Legal Theory: A Response

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Philosophy

 

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Kay K

 

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September 29, 2014

 

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But I hope they also move things along a bit. I In my first Oxford paper in legal and moral theory, delivered in debate with Philippa Foot,1 I explored Aristotle's theory of central cases and focal meanings a little more fully than I did ten years later in NLNR. Hart had said, and had worked on the basis, that "the diverse range of cases of which the word ?law' is used are not linked by ? simple uniformity, but by less direct relations ? often of analogy of either form or content to a central case...
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But I hope they also move things along a bit. I In my first Oxford paper in legal and moral theory, delivered in debate with Philippa Foot,1 I explored Aristotle's theory of central cases and focal meanings a little more fully than I did ten years later in NLNR. Hart had said, and had worked on the basis, that "the diverse range of cases of which the word ?law' is used are not linked by ? simple uniformity, but by less direct relations ? often of analogy of either form or content to a central case...
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