2 edition of Philosophy in the development of law. found in the catalog.
Philosophy in the development of law.
Pierre de Tourtoulon
|Statement||Translated by Martha McC. Read. With an editorial preface by Morris R. Cohen and an introd. by Andrew A. Bruce.|
|Series||The Modern legal philosophy series,, 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxi, 653 p.|
|Number of Pages||653|
|LC Control Number||68054759|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tourtoulon, Pierre de, Philosophy in the development of law. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC) I: The Function of Legal Philosophy.
FOR twenty-four hundred years—from the Greek thinkers of the fifth century bc, who asked whether right was right by nature or only by enactment and convention, to the social philosophers of today, who seek the ends, the ethical basis and the enduring principles of social control—the philosophy of law has taken a leading rôle in all study of human.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tourtoulon, Pierre de, Philosophy in the development of law. New York, A.M. Kelley, (OCoLC) Modern philosophy begins with Kant, and yet he marks the end of the “Modern” epoch (– AD/CE) in the history of philosophy.
 The appearance of the Critique of Pure Reason in marks the end of the modern period and the beginning of something entirely new. Today his texts are read on all continents, and his thought has had a profound impact on nearly all subsequent.
Philosophy of law, also called jurisprudence, branch of philosophy that investigates the nature of law, especially in its relation to human values, attitudes, practices, and political ionally, philosophy of law proceeds by articulating and defending propositions about law that are general and abstract—i.e., that are true not of a specific legal system at a particular time.