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    American Journal of Jurisprudence

    American Journal of Jurisprudence



    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2000,  Vol.45

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    Leon R. Kass

    Triumph or Tragedy? The Moral Meaning of Genetic Technology

     

     pp. 1-16

    Robert P. George

    The Concept of Public Morality

     

     pp. 17-32

    Harry M. Clor

    The Death of Public Morality?

     

     pp. 33-50

    Peter Berkowitz

    Freedom and the Vulnerabilities of Virtue

     

     pp. 51-64

    Christopher Wolfe

    Public Morality and the Modern Supreme Court

     

     pp. 65-92

    Joseph S. Spoerl

    Making Laws on Making Babies: Ethics, Public Policy, and Reproductive Technology

     

     pp. 93-116

    Daniel N. Robinson

    In Defense of Natural Law: Robert George's Jurisprudence

     

     pp. 117-132

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2001,  Vol.46

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    number

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    Germain Grisez

    Natural Law, God, Religion, and Human Fulfillment

     

     pp. 3-36

    Scott MacDonald

    Aquinas's Ultimate Ends: A Reply to Grisez

     

     pp. 37-50

    J. L. A. Garcia

    Topics in the New Natural Law Theory

     

     pp. 51-74

    Peter Simpson

    Grisez on Aristotle and Human Goods

     

     pp. 75-90

    W. H. Marshner

    Implausible Diagnosis: A Response to Germain Grisez

     

     pp. 91-112

    Fulvio Di Blasi

    Ultimate End, Human Freedom, and Beatitude: A Critique of Germain Grisez

     

     pp. 113-136

    Patrick Lee

    Germain Grisez's Christian Humanism

     

     pp. 137-152

    Peter F. Ryan

    Fulfillment as Human in the Beatific Vision? Problems of Fittingness and Gratuity

     

     pp. 153-164

    Nicholas C. Lund-Molfese

    The Christian Duty of Discerning, Accepting, and Faithfully Living a Personal Vocation

     

     pp. 165-176

    Joseph Boyle

    Reasons for Action: Evaluative Cognitions That Underlie Motivations

     

     pp. 177-198

    John Gardner

    Legal Positivism: 5 1/2 Myths

     

     pp. 199-228

    Timothy A. O. Endicott

    How to Speak the Truth

     

     pp. 229-248

    Robert P. George

    Reason, Freedom, and the Rule of Law: Their Significance in the Natural Law Tradition

     

     pp. 249-256

    Andreas A. M. Kinneging

    Realist Phenomenology and the Foundations of Natural Law: The Vindication of the Moral Order in the Works of Scheler, Hartmann, and Hildebrand

     

     pp. 257-276

    Stephen Macedo, Christopher Wolfe

    Diversity and Distrust: Civic Education in a Multicultural Democracy

     

     pp. 277-304

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2002,  Vol.47

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    James Gordley

    The Moral Foundations of Private Law

     

     pp. 1-24

    Anthony J. Bellia

    Promises, Trust, and Contract Law

     

     pp. 25-40

    Scott FitzGibbon

    Marriage and the Good of Obligation

     

     pp. 41-70

    Henry Mather

    Searching for the Moral Foundations of Contract Law

     

     pp. 71-84

    James Bernard Murphy

    Equality in Exchange

     

     pp. 85-122

    Joseph Boyle

    Free Choice, Incomparably Valuable Options, and Incommensurable Categories of Good

     

     pp. 123-142

    Richard W. Wright

    Justice and Reasonable Care in Negligence Law

     

     pp. 143-196

    Daniel N. Robinson

    On the Evident, the Self- Evident, and the (Merely) Factual

     

     pp. 197-210

    John Tasioulas

    The Legal Relevance of Ethical Objectivity

     

     pp. 211-254

    Aileen Kavanagh

    Original Intention, Enacted Text, and Constitutional Interpretation

     

     pp. 255-298

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2003,  Vol.48

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    Joseph Raz

    About Morality and the Nature of Law

     

     pp. 1-16

    Brian Leiter

    Beyond the Hart/ Dworkin Debate: The Methodology Problem in Jurisprudence

     

     pp. 17-52

    Matthew H. Kramer

    On Morality as a Necessary or Sufficient Condition for Legality

     

     pp. 53-82

    Timothy Endicott

    The Reason of the Law

     

     pp. 83-106

    John Finnis

    Law and What I Truly Should Decide

     

     pp. 107-130

    Francis George

    Law and Culture in the United States

     

     pp. 131-148

    William A. Galston

    Expressive Liberty and Constitutional Democracy: The Case of Freedom of Conscience

     

     pp. 149-178

    Patrick Kelley

    Infancy, Insanity, and Infirmity in the Law of Torts

     

     pp. 179-252

    Martin Rhonheimer

    The Moral Significance of Pre- Pational Nature in Aquinas: A Reply to Jean Porter (and Stanley Hauerwas)

     

     pp. 253-280

    Christopher Tollefsen

    Justified Belief

     

     pp. 281-296

    Cristobal Orrego

    H. L. A. Hart's Arguments against Classical Natural Law Theory

     

     pp. 297-324

    James W. Torke

    The Aesthetics of Law

     

     pp. 325-334

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2004,  Vol.49

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    Matthew H. Kramer

    The Big Bad Wolf: Legal Positivism and Its Detractors

     

     pp. 1-10

    John Finnis

    Helping Enact Unjust Laws without Complicity in Injustice

     

     pp. 11-42

    Susan Haack

    Epistemology Legalized: Or, Truth, Justice, and the American Way

     

     pp. 43-62

    Robert P. George

    What's Sex Got to Do With It? Marriage, Morality, and Rationality

     

     pp. 63-86

    Patrick Lee

    Soul, Body and Personhood

     

     pp. 87-126

    Dwight G. Newman

    Collective Interests and Collective Rights

     

     pp. 127-164

    Robert E. Rodes

    On the Historical School of Jurisprudence

     

     pp. 165-184

    Francis J. Beckwith

    Thomson's "Equal Reasonableness" Argument for Abortion Rights: A Critique

     

     pp. 185-198

    Samuel J.M. Donnelly, Robert E. Rodes

    A Personalist Jurisprudence, the Next Step

     

     pp. 199-206

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2005,  Vol.50

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    Martin Rhonheimer

    The Political Ethos of Constitutional Democracy and the Place of Natural Law in Public Reason: Rawls's "Political Liberalism" Revisited

     

     pp. 1-70

    Susan Haack

    On Legal Pragmatism: Where Does "the Path of the Law" Lead Us?

     

     pp. 71-106

    John Finnis

    Foundations of Practical Reason Revisited

     

     pp. 109-132

    Patrick Lee

    Comment of John Finnis's "Foundations of Practical Reason Revisited"

     

     pp. 133-138

    Joseph Boyle

    Free Choice, Incommensurable Goods and the Self- Refutation of Determinism

     

     pp. 139-164

    Michael Baur

    Incommensurable Goods, Alternative Possibilities, and the Self- Refutation of the Self- Refutation of Determinism

     

     pp. 165-172

    Matthew H. Kramer

    Supervenience as an Ethical Phenomenon

     

     pp. 173-224

    Christopher Tollefsen

    Universalizability in Ethics

     

     pp. 225-232

    Timothy Endicott

    The Subsidiarity of Law and the Obligation to Obey

     

     pp. 233-248

    Steven D. Smith

    Cracks in the Coordination Account? Authority and Reasons for Action

     

     pp. 249-256

    Gerard V. Bradley

    Response to Endicott: The Case of the Wise Electrician

     

     pp. 257-262

    Stephen Perry

    Law and Obligation

     

     pp. 263-296

    Gideon Rosen

    Perry on Law and Obligation

     

     pp. 297-304

    Kent Greenawalt

    What Does "the Law" Claim about Trivial and Extremely Broad Legal Norms? A Response to Stephen Perry's Account of Obligation and Liability

     

     pp. 305-310

    Brian H. Bix

    Raz, Authority, and Conceptual Analysis

     

     pp. 311-316

    Cristobal Orrego

    Joseph Raz's Service Conception of Authority and Natural Law Theory

     

     pp. 317-324

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2006,  Vol.51

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    Steven D. Smith

    Is the Harm Principle Illiberal?

     

     pp. 1-42

    Gary Chartier

    Toward a Consistent Natural- Law Ethics of False Assertion

     

     pp. 43-64

    Lawrence B. Solum

    Natural Justice

     

     pp. 65-106

    John Finnis

    Religion and State: Some Main Issues and Sources

     

     pp. 107-130

    Patrick Lee

    Interrogational Torture

     

     pp. 131-148

    Hamish Stewart

    Incentives and the Rule of Law: An Intervention in the Kramer/ Simmonds Debate

     

     pp. 149-164

    Matthew H. Kramer

    Incentives, Interests, and Inclinations: Legal Positivism Redefended

     

     pp. 165-178

    N. E. Simmonds

    Evil Contingencies and the Rule of Law: A Response to Hamish Stewart

     

     pp. 179-190

    Steven D. Smith

    That Old (But Not So Old) Time Jurisprudence

     

     pp. 191-204

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2007,  Vol.52

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    John Gardner

    Nearly Natural Law

     

     pp. 1-24

    John Finnis

    On Hart's Ways: Law as Reason and as Fact

     

     pp. 25-54

    Robert P. George

    Natural Law

     

     pp. 55-76

    Cristobal Orrego

    Natural Law under Other Names: De Nominibus Non est Disputandum

     

     pp. 77-92

    Paul Yowell

    Critical Examination of Dworkin's Theory of Rights

     

     pp. 93-138

    Danny Priel

    Evaluating Descriptive Jurisprudence

     

     pp. 139-158

    Noam Gur

    Legal Directives in the Realm of Practical Reason: A Challenge to the Pre- emption Thesis

     

     pp. 159-228

    Hanoch Sheinman

    The Priority of Courts in the General Theory of Law

     

     pp. 229-258

    Robert Anderson

    Boyle and the Principle of Double Effect

     

     pp. 259-272

    Christopher Tollefsen

    Lying: The Integrity Approach

     

     pp. 273-292

    Gary Chartier

    Self- Integration as a Basic Good: A Response to Chris Tollefsen

     

     pp. 293-296

    W. J. Waluchow, Bradley W. Miller

    A Common Law Theory of Judicial Review

     

     pp. 297-312

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2008,  Vol.53

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    Leon R. Kass

    The (Super) Human Roots of Law and Justice Lessons from the Book of Genesis

     

     pp. 1-22

    John Finnis

    Reason, Revelation, Universality and Particularity in Ethics

     

     pp. 23-48

    Matthew H. Kramer

    When Is There Not One Right Answer?

     

     pp. 49-68

    Joseph Boyle

    The Moral Meaning and Justification of the Doctrine of Double Effect: A Response to Robert Anderson

     

     pp. 69-84

    John R. Morss

    Can Custom Be Incorporated in Law? On the Place of the Empirical in the identification of Norms

     

     pp. 85-104

    Shelly Kreiczer- Levy

    The Mandatory Nature of Inheritance

     

     pp. 105-132

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2009,  Vol.54

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    Timothy Endicott

    Habeas Corpus and Guantanamo Bay: A View from Abroad

     

     pp. 1-40

    John Finnis

    Does Free Exercise of Religion Deserve Constitutional Mention?

     

     pp. 41-66

    V. Bradley Lewis

    "Reason Striving to Become Law": Nature and Law in Plato's Laws

     

     pp. 67-92

    Christopher Tollefsen

    Conscience, Religion and the State

     

     pp. 93-116

    Sylvie Delacroix

    You'd Better Be Committed: Legal Norms and Normativity

     

     pp. 117-132

    Matthew D. Wright

    The Aim of Law and the Nature of Political Community: An Assessment of Finnis on Aquinas

     

     pp. 133-160

    John Finnis

    H.L.A. Hart: A Twentieth- Century Oxford Political Philosopher

     

     pp. 161-186

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2010,  Vol.55

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    number

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    Jeremy Waldron

    Torture, Suicide and Determinatio

     

     pp. 1-30

    Matthew H. Kramer

    Refining the Interest Theory of Rights

     

     pp. 31-40

    Martin Rhonheimer

    Natural Law as a "Work of Reason": Understanding the Metaphysics of Participated Theonomy

     

     pp. 41-78

    Bradley W. Miller

    Morals Laws in an Age of Rights: Hart and Devlin at the Supreme Court of Canada

     

     pp. 79-104

    Avihay Dorfman

    What is the Point of the Tort Remedy

     

     pp. 105-162

    Emmanuel Voyiakis

    Customary International Law and the Place of Normative Considerations

     

     pp. 163-200

    Maris Kopcke Tinture, Frederick Schauer, Pavios Eleftheriadis, Nigel Simmonds, Richard Posner, Stefano Bertea

    Law Does Things Differently Review Essay

     

     pp. 201-224

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2011,  Vol.56

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    John Finnis

    Equality and Differences

     

     pp. 17-44

    Brian H. Bix

    Radbruch's Formula and Conceptual Analysis

     

     pp. 45-58

    Thomas Schultz

    Secondary Rules of Recognition and Relative Legality in Transnational Regimes

     

     pp. 59-88

    Brenner M. Fissell

    The Justification of Positive Law in Plato

     

     pp. 89-114

    Matthew H. Kramer

    For the Record: A Final Reply to N.E. Simmonds

     

     pp. 115-134

    N. E. Simmonds

    Kramer's High Noon

     

     pp. 135-150

    Adam D. Bailey

    The Intend/ Foresee Distinction, Moral Absolutes, and the Side Effects of the Choice to Do Nothing

     

     pp. 151-168

    Joseph Boyle

    On Defining Side Effects: A Response to Adam Bailey

     

     pp. 169-182

    Maris Kopcke Tinture, Scott J. Shapiro, Andrei Marmor, Nick W. Barber, George C. Christie, Robert E. Rodes

    Positive Law's Moral Purpose (s): Towards a New Consensus?

     

     pp. 183-214

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2012,  Vol.57

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    James Gordley

    Why the Rule of Law Matters: A Natural Law Perspective

     

     pp. 1- 19

    Richard Ekins

    Equal Protection and Social Meaning

     

     pp. 21- 48

    Francisco J. Urbina

    A Critique of Proportionality

     

     pp. 49- 80

    John Finnis

    Natural Law Theory: Its Past and its Present

     

     pp. 81- 101

    Santiago Legarre

    Derivation of Positive from Natural Law Revisited

     

     pp. 103- 110

    John Finnis

    Coexisting Normative Orders? Yes, but No

     

     pp. 111- 117

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2013,  Vol.58

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    John Tasioulas

    Human Rights, Legitimacy, and International Law

     

     pp. 1- 25

    Benjamin C. Zipursky

    The Inner Morality of Private Law

     

     pp. 27- 44

    John Finnis

    The Priority of Persons Revisited

     

     pp. 45- 62

    John Gardner

    Reasons and Abilities: Some Preliminaries

     

     pp. 63- 74

    Maris Kopcke Tinture

    Concept and Purpose in Legal Theory: How to Reclaim Fuller

     

     pp. 75- 96

    Robert Alexy

    Some Reflections on the Ideal Dimension of Law and on the Legal Philosophy of John Finnis

    No.2, December

    pp. 97-110

    N. E. Simmonds

    The Bondwoman's Son and the Beautiful Soul

    No.2, December

    pp. 111-113

    Neil Duxbury

    Ex Post Facto Law

    No.2, December

    pp. 135-161

    Richard Ekins

    How to Be a Free People

    No.2, December

    pp. 163-182

    George Duke

    The Aristotelian Spoudaios as Ethical Exemplar in Finnis s Natural Law Theory

    No.2, December

    pp. 183-204

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2014, Vol.59

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    Richard Ekins

    Interpretive Choice in Statutory Interpretation

    No.1, June

    pp. 1-24

    Grant Lamond

    Legal Sources, the Rule of Recognition, and Customary Law

    No.1, June

    pp. 25-48

    Matthew H. Kramer

    The Nature of Evil

    No.1, June

    pp. 49-84

    John Finnis

    Law as Fact and as Reason for Action: A Response to Robert Alexy on Law s Ideal Dimension

    No.1, June

    pp. 85-109

    Cristobal Orrego

    Gains and Losses in Jurisprudence since H. L. A. Hart

    No.2, December

    pp. 111-132

    John Finnis

    What is the Philosophy of Law?

    No.2, December

    pp. 133-142

    Sherif Girgis

    Equality and Moral Worth in Natural-Law Ethics and Beyond

    No.2, December

    pp. 143-162

    Avihay Dorfman

    Foreseeability as Re-Cognition

    No.2, December

    pp. 163-195

    Melissa Moschella

    Natural Law, Parental Rights and Education Policy

    No.2, December

    pp. 197-227

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2015, Vol.60

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    number

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    Matthew H. Kramer

    Paternalism, Perfectionism, and Public Goods

    No.1

    pp. 1-27

    Corjo Jansen, Thomas Mertens

    Judicial Injustice? The "Review Case" before the Dutch Supreme Court in 1942

    No.1

    pp. 29-49

    Gregoire Webber

    Asking Why in the Study of Human Affairs

    No.1

    pp. 51-78

    James Grant

    The Scales of Authority

    No.1

    pp. 79-104

    Patrick Lee

    Moral Status and the Margins of Human Life

    No.1

     pp.105-120

    Mark C. Murphy

    Two Unhappy Dilemmas for Natural Law Jurisprudence

    No. 2

    pp.  121-141

    Thomas Finegan

    Dworkin on Equality, Autonomy and Authenticity

    No. 2

    pp.  143-180

    Kevin L. Flannery, S.J.

    Voting, Intrinsic Evil, and Commensuration

    No. 2

    pp.  181-197

    John Finnis

    Grounding Human Rights in Natural Law

    No. 2

    pp.  199-225

    Daniel Mark

    Legislative Intent and Purposive Interpretation

    No. 2

    pp.  227-245

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2016, Vol 61

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    Gerard V. Bradley, Richard Garnett

    Charles E. Rice, 1931- 2015 Robert E. Rodes, Jr., 1927- 2014

    No. 1

    pp.  1-3

    N. W. Barber, Richard Ekins

    Situating Subsidiarity

    No. 1

    pp.  5-12

    Nicholas Aroney

    The Federal Condition: Towards a Normative Theory

    No. 1

    pp.  13-31

    David Miller

    Boundaries, Democracy, and Territory

    No. 1

    pp.  33-49

    Paolo G. Carozza

    The Problematic Applicability of Subsidiarity to International Law and Institutions

    No. 1

    pp.  51-67

    Samantha Besson

    Subsidiarity in International Human Rights Law- What is Subsidiary about Human Rights?

    No. 1

    pp.  69-107

    Maria Cahill

    Sovereignty, Liberalism and the Intelligibility of Attraction to Subsidiarity

    No. 1

    pp.  109-132

    John Finnis

    Subsidiarity's Roots and History: Some Observations

    No. 1

    pp.  133-141

    Alan Bogg

    Subsidiarity or Freedom of Association? A Perspective from Labor Law

    No. 1

    pp.  143-174

    Steven Wall

    Autonomy as a Perfection

    No. 2

    pp.  175-194

    John Finnis

    Absolute Rights: Some Problems Illustrated

    No. 2

    pp.  195-215

    Daniel Mark

    The Failure of Joseph Raz's Account of Legal Obligation

    No. 2

    pp.  217-236

    R. J. Matava

    On Knowing the Natural Law: A Response to Steven Jensen

    No. 2

    pp.  237-257

    Cathleen Kaveny, Kevin L. Flannery

    Response and Rejoinder: On Voting, Intrinsic Evil, and Ranking of Political Issues

    No. 2

    pp.  259-273

    American Journal of Jurisprudence, 2017, Vol 62

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    Gerard V. Bradley

    Truth and Politics: A Symposium on Peter Simpson's Political Illiberalism: A Defense of Freedom

    No. 1

    pp.  1-5

    Robert B. Talisse

    Political Philosophy and Political Illiberalism: A Critical Response to Peter Simpson

    No. 1

    pp.  7-20

    Eric Beerbohm

    Must Rawlsians be Hamiltonians? Small Government and Political Illiberalism

    No. 1

    pp.  21-28

    Paul A. Rahe

    Aristotle and Modern Politics

    No. 1

    pp.  29-44

    Michael Zuckert

    The Polemic against Liberalism

    No. 1

    pp.  45-57

    V. Bradley Lewis

    Should We Abolish the State? Neo- Thomist Reflections on Peter Simpson's Radical Proposal

    No. 1

    pp.  59-73

    Paul Brady

    Coercion, Political Authority and the Common Good

    No. 1

    pp.  75-87

    A.A.M. Kinneging

    Comment on Peter Simpson's Political Illiberalism

    No. 1

    pp.  89-101

    Robert P. George

    On Peter Simpson on "Illiberal Liberalism"

    No. 1

    pp.  103-110

    David K. O'Connor

    For What May We Hope? An Appreciation of Peter Simpson's Political Illiberalism

    No. 1

    pp.  111-117

    John Finnis

    Truth and Complexity: Notes on Music and Liberalism

    No. 1

    pp.  119-124

    Peter L.P. Simpson

    Political Illiberalism: A Response to My Critics

    No. 1

    pp.  125-142






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