LGST Session 2 - LGST 101 Session 2 The Nature and Path of...

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LGST 101 Session 2 – The Nature and Path of the Law “Vehicles in the Park” Example o Different assumptions about policies o Hard to interpret o Were all interpreters o Thinking in slow motion Nature of the Law (What is Law?) o Science? Language? Power? History? Logic? Experience? o Predictions of the way power will project itself
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Unformatted text preview: o Blackstone: “a rule of civil conduct prescribed by the supreme power in a state, commanding what is right and prohibi±ng what is wrong” o Pound: 1. ²irst 2. Second 3. Third (???) Laws, Norms, Morals, and Jus±ce o Murder, The³, Honesty?, Good Samaritans, White Supremacy, Nazis...
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  • Fall '08
  • Miller
  • Law, White supremacy, Slow motion, different assumptions, Good Samaritans

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