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From the bottom up : selected essays / Kent Greenawalt.

Author/Creator:
Greenawalt, Kent, 1936- author.
Publication:
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]
Format/Description:
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vi, 529 pages ; 25 cm
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Subjects:
Law -- Methodology.
Law -- Philosophy.
Reasoning.
Law (Philosophical concept).
Contents:
What are public reasons
On religion and politics in liberal democracies
Religion and public reasons: making laws and evaluating candidates
How persuasive is natural law theory?
Natural law and public reasons
Hart's rule of recognition and the united states
Too thin and too rich: distinguishing features of legal positivism
Legal enforcement of morality
Law and objectivity
How empty is the idea of equality?
Prescriptive equality: two steps forward
From the bottom up
Distinguishing justifications from excuses
Promise, benefit, and need: ties that bind us to the law
Punishment
A vice of its virtues
Clear and present danger and criminal speech
Free speech justifications
Insults and epithets: are they protected speech?
Five questions about religion judges are afraid to ask
Religious toleration and claims of conscience.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Other format:
Online version: Greenawalt, Kent, 1936- From the bottom up.
ISBN:
9780199756162
0199756163
OCLC:
927166120