Posts Tagged: Hart

The Concept of Law: Preface

The Concept of Law is a very important book, in fact, the Editors’ note of this book explains why: ‘The Concept of Law transformed the way jurisprudence was understood and studied in the English-speaking world and beyond.’ Thus, if you understand this

The Concept of Law: Preface

The Concept of Law is a very important book, in fact, the Editors’ note of this book explains why: ‘The Concept of Law transformed the way jurisprudence was understood and studied in the English-speaking world and beyond.’ Thus, if you understand this

Understanding Austin Further- Roger Cotterrell

Important for students: Roger Cotterrell is super important when it comes to defending Austin against the critique of Hart’s and other jurists. I think we should be grateful to him for forming a line of argument that presents a cogent

Understanding Austin Further- Roger Cotterrell

Important for students: Roger Cotterrell is super important when it comes to defending Austin against the critique of Hart’s and other jurists. I think we should be grateful to him for forming a line of argument that presents a cogent

Minimum Content of Natural Law

Alright, this post will help you understand Chapter 9 of the Concept of Law. I’ll try to make Jurisprudence interesting but the success of this subject is contingent upon your readings.  Keep this as a backup summary. Also I’ve added

Minimum Content of Natural Law

Alright, this post will help you understand Chapter 9 of the Concept of Law. I’ll try to make Jurisprudence interesting but the success of this subject is contingent upon your readings.  Keep this as a backup summary. Also I’ve added

Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules

The discussion in this post is one related to Chapter 5 of the Concept of Law. Chapter 5 of The Concept of Law is called: “Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules” Here Hart is asserting that the

Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules

The discussion in this post is one related to Chapter 5 of the Concept of Law. Chapter 5 of The Concept of Law is called: “Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules” Here Hart is asserting that the

Hart vs. Austin

This post is a summary of Chp 2-4 of Hart’s Concept of Law. It will help answer a question that is often repeated in the examination questions on Hart’s critique of Austin. This kind of question is a Section A

Hart vs. Austin

This post is a summary of Chp 2-4 of Hart’s Concept of Law. It will help answer a question that is often repeated in the examination questions on Hart’s critique of Austin. This kind of question is a Section A