2008 • $141.00 • 498 pp• casebound
Teacher's Manual available
This book is an introduction to law and jurisprudence. Instead of presenting these subjects as they happened to unfold historically, or as they have been advanced by various "schools," this book pursues five basic themes that inevitably emerge in the study of law and jurisprudence: Part I, Law and Society; Part II, Freedom and Necessity; Part III, The Reach of the Law; Part IV, The Legal and the Non-Legal; and Part V, Law and Morality. While these themes do not exhaust the study of either law or jurisprudence, they do focus attention on the most important issues.
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