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prologue
1. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association: Volume > 49
Jude P. Dougherty The Finding of Law
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part i. the nature of law
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Gerald A. McCool Social Authority in Transcendental Thomism
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James B. Reichmann Hegel’s Ethics of the Epochal Situation: Morality and Ethics
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Jan M. Broekman A Structuralist Approach to the Philosophy of Law
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Wilfrid Desan Inequality as the Basis of Equality in the Making of the Law
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Raymond G. Decker A Quest for a New Jurisprudence
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part ii. law, reason and nature
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Donald X. Burt The Problem of Justifying Moral Obligation: An Aspect of the Moral Argument for the Existence of God
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Joseph M. Boyle Aquinas and Prescriptive Ethics
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Robert J. Mulvaney Rationality and Metaphysics in Fuller’s Jurisprudence
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John U. Lewis American Legal Realism and Natural Law Theory: A Comparison and Assessment of Their Future in American Jurisprudence
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