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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauWinter

Lecture Three Reading Ronald Dworkin's "Law's Ambitions for Itself" (1985) and H.L.A. Hart's "The Concept of Law" (1961). Notes taken from readings and summarized to what was directly related to lecture material.

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In harts opinion the elements of law consist in primary and secondary rules. The only means of social control in such cases would be the general attitu
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UTSGPHL271H1moreuaWinter

liberty and equality: mills and berlin

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17 Mar 2011
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prof talked about gay marriage and court cases

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31 Mar 2011
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equality

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24 Mar 2011
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discrimination on grounds, iyer

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7 Apr 2011
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liberty

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14 Apr 2011
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Introduction to liberty and equality: our questions, relevant charter rights. Mill: what kind of liberty matters: some negative liberties, positive lib
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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauFall

Course Syllabus PHL 271 2014

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24 Oct 2014
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In this course, we will examine a series of questions about the relation between law and morality. We will start with some questions about the nature o
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UTSGPHL271H1Sophia MoreauWinter

PHL271H1 Lecture Notes - Legal Positivism, Thought Experiment, Judicial Activism

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28 Oct 2011
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Extra readings: a) the oxford handbook of jurisprudence and philosophy of law, b)the. Stanford encyclopaedia of philosophy and c) ojls 2004 hart"s post
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UTSGPHL271H1Jacob WeinribWinter

PHL271H1 Lecture Notes - Gustav Radbruch, Legal Positivism, Deontological Ethics

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14 Apr 2013
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In order to have authority, the philosopher would argue that there would have to be some pre-determined rule to authorize someone to exercise legal pow
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UTSGPHL271H1moreuaWinter

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23 Apr 2011
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State is only allowed to interfere if the harm is harming others. The harm principle isn"t really accepted in canadian law: r vs. malow levine, r vs ca
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23 Apr 2011
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Advantages of a grounds based approach: iyre"s discussion: ground. 2 problems with requiring claimants having to stuff their claim into a single: groun
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23 Apr 2011
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