Doing Austin justice : the reception of John Austin's philosophy of law in nineteenth-century England /
Austin was an towering presence in 19th-century English jurisprudence, and many of his ideas remain viable today. They include his conception of analytical jurisprudence, his sharp distinction between law and morality, and his utilitarian theory of resistance to government. Yet he has always had his...
London ; New York :
|Series:||Continuum studies in British philosophy.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection |
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