Groups, Rules and Legal Practice
Ever since Hart´s The Concept of Law, legal philosophers agree that the practice of law-applying officials is a fundamental aspect of law. Yet there is a huge disagreement on the nature of this practice. Is it a conventional practice? Is it like the practice that takes place, more generally, when th...
Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer,
|Edition:||1st ed. 2010.|
|Series:||Law and Philosophy Library,
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- Three Tests
- Accounts Based on the Idea of a Social Rule (I): Hart’s Account and the Coordinative-Convention Approach
- Accounts Based on the Idea of a Social Rule (II): Raz’s Account
- Collective Intentional Activities: Shapiro’s Model
- Kutz on Collective Intentional Activities. Building an Alternative Model: Groups Which Act with No Normative Unity
- The Activities of Groups with a Normative Unity of Type (I). Non-developed Instances of Legal Practice
- Gilbert’s Account of Collective Activities
- On Agreements
- The Activities of Groups with a Normative Unity of Type II. Other-Regarding, Developed Institutions. Developed Instances of the Judiciary
- Developed Instances of Legal Practice. Meeting the Tests.