New essays on the normativity of law /

An important part of the legal domain has to do with rule-governed conduct, and is expressed by the use of notions such as norm, obligation, duty, and right. These require us to acknowledge the normative dimension of law. Normativity is, accordingly, to be regarded as a central feature of law lying...

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Other Authors: Bertea, Stefano, 1970-, Pavlakos, George
Format: Book
Published: Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2011
Series:Law and practical reason ; v. 3
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Table of Contents:
  • Planning agency and the law / Scott Shapiro
  • Reflections on law, normativity and plans / Michael E. Bratman
  • The moral puzzle of legal authority / Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco
  • Legal normativity and the instrumental principle / Katrien Schaubroeck
  • The conventional foundations of law / Andrei Marmor
  • Multilayered legal conventionalism and the normativity of law / Marco Goldoni
  • The normativity of the practice of officials / Dimitrios Kyritsis
  • Law and obligation : outlines of a Kantian argument / Stefano Bertea
  • Normativity, metaphysics and decision / Robert Alexy
  • Law, normativity and legitimacy : can moral constructivism be fruitful for legal theory? / Cristina Lafont
  • Law, normativity and the model of norms / George Pavlakos
  • On constitutive normativity / Corrado Roversi
  • Tracing a genealogy of legal normativity : responsibility, authorship and contingency / Sylvie Delacroix