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Law, morality, and religion in a secular society.

Author: Basil Mitchell
Publisher: London, New York, Oxford U.P., 1970.
Series: Oxford paperbacks, 198.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Basil Mitchell
ISBN: 0192830104 9780192830104
OCLC Number: 114854
Notes: "Based upon the Edward Cadbury Lectures delivered at the University of Birmingham in the spring of 1966."
Description: ix, 141 pages 21 cm.
Contents: The debate between Lord Devlin and Professor Hart --
In what sense is a shared morality essential for society? --
"The man in the Clapham omnibus": democracy and morality --
The law's concern with morality : why is bigamy illegal? --
Paternalism and the enforcement of morals --
Varieties of liberalism --
What difference, if any, does religion make to morals? --
Some concluding comments on the debate.
Series Title: Oxford paperbacks, 198.

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