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The rule of recognition and the U.S. Constitution

Author: Matthew D Adler; Kenneth Einar Himma
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A volume of original essays that discusses the applicability of H. L. A. Hart's rule of recognition model of a legal system to U. S. Constitutional law as discussed in his book "The concept of law".
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Named Person: H L A Hart
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew D Adler; Kenneth Einar Himma
ISBN: 9780195343298 0195343298
OCLC Number: 299281789
Description: xxii, 389 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The rule of recognition and the Constitution / Kent Greenawalt --
Precedent-based constitutional adjudication, acceptance, and the rule of recognition / Richard H. Fallon, Jr --
How the written constitution crowds out the extra-constitutional rule of recognition / Michael C. Dorf --
Understanding the relationship between the U.S. Cconstitution and the conventional rule of recognition / Kenneth Einar Himma --
Four concepts of validity : reflections on inclusive and exclusive positivism / Wil Waluchow --
How to understand the rule of recognition and the American Constitution / Kent Greenawalt --
Rules of recognition, constitutional controversies, and the dizzying dependence of law on acceptance / Larry Alexander and Frederick Schauer --
Social facts, constitutional interpretation, and the rule of recognition / Matthew D. Adler --
What is the rule of recognition (and does it exist)? / Scott J. Shapiro --
Constitutional theory and the rule of recognition : toward a fourth theory of law / Mitchell N. Berman --
Where have all the powers gone? : Hartian rules of recognition, noncognitivism, and the constitutional and jurisprudential foundations of law / Stephen Perry --
Who needs rules of recognition? / Jeremy Waldron --
Kelsen, quietism, and the rule of recognition / Michael Steven Green.
Responsibility: edited by Matthew D. Adler and Kenneth Einar Himma.

Abstract:

A volume of original essays that discusses the applicability of H. L. A. Hart's rule of recognition model of a legal system to U. S. Constitutional law as discussed in his book "The concept of law".

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