AUSTINIAN THEORY OF LAW BEING AN EDITION OF LECTURES I, V, AND VI OF AUSTIN'S "JURISPRUDENCE," AND OF AUSTIN'S...
Item #: 982
Pages: xv, 383 pp.
Published: London; John Murray; 1906. Reprinted in 1983.
Subjects: JURISPRUDENCE, LEGAL EDUCATION
The object of this work was to present to students of legalscience a statement and a critical interpretation in supportof John Austin's views, which were under attack during thisperiod. When in disagreement with Austin, the author offersa suggested course to follow to reconstruct his doctrine.
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