2005

A Treatise of Legal Philosophy and General Jurisprudence

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3387-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-3505-0 (Online)

Table of contents (69 chapters)

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  1. The Reality That Ought to Be: Problems and Critical Issues

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      A First Glance

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      Pages 13-34

      Dualism and Interaction Between the Reality that Ought to Be and the Reality that is: Validity as a Pineal Gland

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      Pages 35-55

      Taking a Dive Into the Sources of Law

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      Pages 57-82

      The Problem of the Matrix

  2. The Reality That Ought to Be: A Monistic Perspective. Norms as Beliefs and as Motives of Behaviour

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      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-96

      The Motives of Human Behaviour

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      Pages 97-114

      Norms As Beliefs

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      Pages 115-128

      How Norms Proliferate in Human Brains

  3. Family Portraits. Law as Interference in the Motives of Behaviour

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      Pages 129-129

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      Pages 131-185

      No Law Without Norms

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      Pages 187-207

      But Norms are Not Enough. the Interaction Between Language and Motives of Behaviour

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      Pages 209-246

      The Law in Force: an Ambiguous Intertwining of Normativeness and Organised Power

  4. In Search of Confirming Others

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      Pages 247-248

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      Pages 249-267

      The Reality that Ought to Be as Fate

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      Pages 269-294

      What is Right in Homeric Epic

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      Pages 295-331

      What is Right, What Is Just, Ratio As Type: Sanctus Thoma Docet

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      Pages 333-353

      The Law and What is Right. Hans Kelsen Under Suspicion

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      Pages 355-411

      Nature and Culture

  5. What Does “Foundations” Mean?

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      Pages 412-416

      What Does “Foundations” Mean?

  6. The Explanandum: What is Law?

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      Pages 417-440

      The Explanandum: What is Law?

  7. Extra-Legal Foundations of Law—Variations on Legally External Foundations

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      Pages 441-569

      Extra-Legal Foundations of Law—Variations on Legally External Foundations

  8. Internal Foundations of Law

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      Pages 570-580

      Internal Foundations of Law

  9. Anti-Foundationalism

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      Pages 581-584

      Anti-Foundationalism

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