New Perspectives on Natural LawBook - 2000
Addresses the questions philosophers have asked for centuries about the ground for man's actions. Why be moral? What is law? What are the limits of coercion within a just and free society? These and similar questions are ancient yet timely; and today, as always, they demand answers. Explicates the historical, theoretical, legislative and juridical aspects of natural law doctrine. The essayists reveal the comprehensiveness and, consequently, the usefulness of natural law theory in deriving human solutions to the problems confronting contemporary society.
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : ISI Books, 2000
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 323.4 C7345 2000
Characteristics: viii, 345 pages ; 22 cm