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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL271H1
Professor
Jacob Weinrib
Semester
Winter

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PHL271H1 Lecture 2. Gustav Radbruch Politically unreliable were thrown out of universities in the time that the Nazis came to power. There was a huge turnover in the German universities...so the people were forced to go abroad to study. Positivism - the theory of law that tries to explain what law is without appealing to any ideas of morality What’s he opposing? (in the reading) Positivism is the view that ‘a law is a law’. Something is a law and a person/agent has the power to enforce it. Law can have any content whatsoever because there is no moral restriction
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