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Philosophy of Law

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Philosophy of Law
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Michael Anderheiden Universitat Heidelberg Justification by Reflective Equilibrium in Rawls's More Recent Work
Ana Julia Bozo de Carmona Juridical and Political Sciences of the University of Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela Toward a Postmodern Theory of Law
Willard F. Entemann   Judge Posner's Challenge to the Philosophy of Law
Emmanuel Q. Fernando   Universalizability and Philippine Jurisprudence
Alexander S. Fesenko   Hegel and the Russian Constitutional Tradition
Norman Fischer Kent State University The Moral Core of U.S. Constitutional Bans on Hate Speech Codes
Frederic R. Kellogg   The Relation of Rights to the Real: A Reconsideration of Bentham's Ontology
Hans Jörg Sandkühler University of Bremen Pluralism and the Universality of Rights
Galina Sorina Moscow State Pedagogical University Logic and Law in Russian and Western Culture
Julie Van Camp California State University, Long Beach How Ontology Saved Free Speech in Cyberspace
Barbara Wendling   A Philosophical Perspective on the Regulation of Business
Peter S. Wenz University of Illinios - Springfield Dworkin's Wishful-Thinkers Constitution
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