Enlightenment, Rights and Revolution: Essays in Legal and Social Philosophy

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Neil MacCormick, Zenon Bankowski
Aberdeen University Press, 1989 - Law - 396 pages
"The present volume deals with a number of fundamental issues in philosophy of law and social philosophy. The reviews and perspectives it represents are thoroughly international in scope and range, with the participation of leading thinkers from six continents. Within the overall theme of 'Enlightenment, Rights and Revolution', each of the sub-themes has been so well explored by its authors that the whole does amount to more than the sum of its parts. As editors, we might have been temped to claim credit for this beyond our due; in truth, however, the authors of the essays which make up the book did it all with a minimum of editorial intervention, and in a very short time. We are profoundly grateful to them all."--Preface.

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Philosophie des Lumières et Révolution
19
Natural Jurisprudence in the Scottish
36
Rights in Constitutional Jurisprudence
107
Copyright

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