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Journal articles

 

Richard Posner, Concept of corrective justice in recent theories of tort law.

Journal of Legal Studies (1981)10, pp.187-206.

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Michael Stokes, Constitutional commitments not original intentions: interpretation in the freedom of speech cases. Sydney Law Review (1994)16, pp.250-273.

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David Hodgson, Guilty mind or guilty brain? Criminal responsibility in an age of neuroscience. Australian Law Journal (2000) 74 (10), pp.661-680

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Joseph Hutcheson, Judgment intuitive: the function of the 'hunch' in judicial decision. Cornell Law Review (1929) 14, pp.274-288

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Christopher Birch, Mill, Frege and the High Court : the connotation/denotation distinction in constitutional interpretation. Australian Bar Review 13 (3) June 2003 : 296-313

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H.Morris, Persons and punishment. Monist (1968) 52, pp. 475-501.

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Anthony Ellis, Recent work on punishment. Philosophical Quarterly (1995) 45, (179), pp. 225-233.

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Nicholas Cowdery, The Rule of Law. Stop Press: Monthly Newsletter of the NSW Bar Association (1999) 64, p.4

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David Hodgson, Scales of justice: probability and proof in legal fact-finding. Australian Law Journal (1995) 69, pp.731-750.

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Books/Chapters

 

J. W. Harris, Legal Philosophies, 2nd ed. LexisNexis Butterworths, London, 1997.

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Robert Nozick, Anarchy, state and utopia. In Lockes theory of acquisition. Part 2, pp.174-182.

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Joseph Raz , The obligation to obey the law. In Joseph Raz, The Authority of law. Chapter 12, pp. 233-249.

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John Finnis, Autonomy of law: essays on legal positivism. In John Finnis, Truth in legal positivism. Chapter 7, pp. 195-214.

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George P. Fletcher, Efficiency. In George Fletcher, Basic concepts of legal thought. Chapter 10, pp 155-171.

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George P. Fletcher, Punishment and responsibility. In Dennis Patterson, Companion to philosophy of law and legal theory. Chapter 36, pp.514-523.

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Peter Singer, Democratic and non-democratic models. In Peter Singer Democracy and disobedience. Part 2: Participation.pp. 45-59.

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Liberalism and its critics / Michael Sandel. Introduction.

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Postmodern legal movements: law and jurisprudence at centurys end / Gary Minda. Chapter 6.

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Property rights / Alan Ryan. Pp.241-258.

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Theres no such thing as free speech, and its a good thing too. / Stanley Fish. Chapter 11.

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Two treatises of government. / John Locke. Chapter 5.

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Gabriel A Moens, The German Borderguard Cases: Natural Law and the Duty to Disobey Immoral Laws. In Suri Ratnapala and G. A. Moens, Jurisprudence of Liberty, Chapter 8, pp 146-164.

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