Aristotle and The Philosophy of Law: Theory, Practice and Justice

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ISBN: 978-94-007-6030-1 (Print) 978-94-007-6031-8 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-31

    Virtue Jurisprudence: Towards an Aretaic Theory of Law

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    Pages 33-58

    Reasoning Against a Deterministic Conception of the World

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    Pages 59-75

    Law and the Rule of Law and Its Place Relative to Politeia in Aristotle’s Politics

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    Pages 77-86

    The Best Form of Government and Civic Friendship in Aristotle’s Political Thought: A Discussion Note

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    Pages 87-108

    Controversy and Practical Reason in Aristotle

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    Pages 109-122

    Aristotelian Ethics and Aristotelian Rhetoric

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    Pages 123-133

    Is There Any Theory of Value in Aristotle’s Ethics?

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    Pages 135-147

    Intellectual Excellences of the Judge

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    Pages 149-161

    Justice Kata Nomos and Justice as Epieikeia (Legality and Equity)

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    Pages 163-170

    Legality and Equity in the Rhetoric: The Smooth Transition

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    Pages 171-201

    Legal Rules and Epieikeia in Aristotle: Post-positivism Rediscovered

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    Pages 203-222

    Legal Vices and Civic Virtue: Vice Crimes, Republicanism and the Corruption of Lawfulness

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    Pages 223-247

    A Neo-Aristotelian Notion of Reciprocity: About Civic Friendship and (the Troublesome Character of) Right Judicial Decisions

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    Pages 249-264

    Synallagma as a Paradigm of Exchange: Reciprocity of Contract in Aristotle and Game Theory

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    Pages 265-276

    The General Principle of Proportionality and Aristotle