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Naturalizing Jurisprudence

Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy

by Brian Leiter

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages304
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Open LibraryOL7403034M
ISBN 10019920649X
ISBN 109780199206490

In this essay reviewing Brian Leiter’s recent book Naturalizing Jurisprudence, I focus on two positions that distinguish Leiter’s reading of the American legal realists from those offered in the past. The first is his claim that the realists thought the law is only locally indeterminate – primarily in cases that are appealed. The second is his claim that they did not offer a prediction Cited by: 3. JURISPRUDENCE TOPICAL OUTLINES 1. Legal Positivism 2. Natural Law 3. Feminist Jurisprudence 4. Marxist Jurisprudence 5. Sociological Jurisprudence Meaning and introduction to Jurisprudence The word jurisprudence derives from the Latin term jurisprudentia, which means "the study, knowledge, or science of law." In the United States.

  This book isn't really about philosophy of law or jurisprudence, rather it's about distributive justice. I don't think it is appropriate in a course on jurisprudence. For what it's worth, excerpts from it were part of the reading in my law school jurisprudence course. posted by jedicus at . Brian Leiter’s new book Naturalizing Jurisprudence, a collection of essays published over the past ten years, aims to introduce the idea of naturalism in jurisprudence. The first part of the book concerns the question whether the American Legal Realists (“the Realists,” for short) are best understood as jurisprudential naturalists.

  When thinking about a topic for a term paper, you can do a lot worse than reading reviews of recent books and seeing what grabs your attention. One good source is The Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. A recent review of Brian Leiter's Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy by Robin Bradley Kar provides a. Larry Solum (Illinois) kindly flagged for me that Torben Spaak, on the law faculty at Uppsala University in Sweden, has posted a review essay about my Naturalizing Jurisprudence collection. I have just read through it quickly (as I'm heading out of town), but it seems a fair-minded engagement with my book (for which I thank Professor Spaak.


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Naturalizing Jurisprudence collects newly revised versions of ten of his best-known essays. "[Naturalizing Jurisprudence is a work that goes well beyond the individual essays to present a trenchant, multi-faceted and mutually-reinforcing set of challenges to core views and methodologies that are prevalent in the field This is thus an important book by one of Cited by:   Naturalizing Jurisprudence collects newly revised versions of ten of his best-known essays.

Leiter has supplied a lengthy Brian Leiter is widely recognized as the leading philosophical interpreter of the jurisprudence of American Legal Realism, and the most influential proponent of the relevance of the naturalistic turn in philosophy to the /5(9).

The author is widely recognized as the leading philosophical interpreter of the jurisprudence of American Legal Realism, as well as the most influential proponent of the relevance of the naturalistic turn in philosophy to the problems of legal philosophy.

This volume collects newly revised versions of ten of his best-known essays, which set out his reinterpretation of the Legal Realists as Author: Brian Leiter. of contemporary jurisprudence. Leiter’s new book Naturalizing Jurisprudence, a collection of essays published over the past ten years, deals with these and related issues, except the problem about the normativity of law (Leiter, ).

The first part of the book concerns the. Leiter's new book Naturalizing Jurisprudence, a collection of essays published over the past ten years, deals with these and related issues, except the Naturalizing Jurisprudence book about the normativity of law.

The first part of the book concerns the question whether the American Legal Realists ("the Realists," for short) are best understood as jurisprudential Cited by: 1. Naturalizing Jurisprudence by Brian Leiter,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9). The paper serves as a kind of precis of the main themes in my book NATURALIZING JURISPRUDENCE: ESSAYS ON AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM AND NATURALISM IN LEGAL PHILOSOPHY (Oxford University Press, ).

Keywords: jurisprudence, naturalism, legal realism, quine, epistemologyCited by: 9. Brian Leiter. Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy.

Published: J Brian Leiter, Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy, Oxford UP,pp., $ (pbk), ISBN Reviewed by Robin Bradley Kar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Leiter's new book Naturalizing Jurisprudence, a collection of essays published over the past ten years, deals with these and related issues, except the problem about the normativity of : Torben Spaak.

Get this from a library. Naturalizing jurisprudence: essays on American legal realism and naturalism in legal philosophy. [Brian Leiter] -- "This volume collects newly revised versions of nine of Brian Leiter's best-known essays. The volume also includes a lengthy new introductory essay, as well as postscripts to several of the essays.

T1 - On the Prospects of a Naturalized Jurisprudence. T2 - Review of Brian Leiter, Naturalizing Jurisprudence. AU - Kar, Robin B. PY - Y1 - N2 - Brian Leiter is one of the leading proponents of the use and application of so-called "naturalistic developments" in contemporary philosophy to central questions in analytic : Robin Bradley Kar.

This introductory chapter begins with a discussion of how Realism was held in contempt, if noticed at all, by philosophers, even those with a substantial interest in law. It then considers developments in legal philosophy over the last fifty years, and describes how the essays in this volume reflect one philosopher's and legal scholar's attempt to make sense of what seems to be so compelling.

Brian Leiter, "Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Three Approaches," in The Future of Naturalism, P. Kurtz & J. Shook eds. (Prometheus Books, ). Additional Information reprinted in Kenneth Einar Himm, The Nature of Law: Philosophical Issues in Conceptual Jurisprudence and Legal Theo (Foundation Press )| Spanish translation to appear in Cited by: 9.

NATURALIZING JURISPRUDENCE: THREE APPROACHES Brian Leiter General jurisprudence—that branch of legal philosophy concerned with the nature of law and adjudication—has been relatively unaffected by the “naturalistic” strains so evident, for example, in the epistemology, philosophy of mind and moral philosophy ofCited by: 9.

Naturalizing Jurisprudence collects newly revised versions of ten of his best-known essays. Leiter has supplied a lengthy new introductory essay, as well as postscripts to several of the essays, in which he responds to challenges to his interpretive and philosophical claims by.

On the Prospects of a Naturalized Jurisprudence: Review of Brian Leiter, Naturalizing Jurisprudence Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (J ) 18 Pages Posted: 2 Author: Robin Bradley Kar. Buy Naturalizing Jurisprudence: Essays on American Legal Realism and Naturalism in Legal Philosophy by Leiter, Brian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Get this from a library! Naturalizing jurisprudence: essays on American legal realism and naturalism in legal philosophy. [Brian Leiter] -- Gathering together Brian Leiter's most influential essays on the subject of American legal realism, this book provides an overview of his redefinition of legal realism and its relationship with other.

In Naturalizing Jurisprudence, he collects many of his most important essays on these topics, organized by theme, and presents previously unpublished responses to critics. The result is a work that goes well beyond the individual essays to present a trenchant, multi-faceted and mutually-reinforcing set of challenges to core views and.Naturalizing Jurisprudence "This book will confirm Brian Leiter 's place in the front rank of legal theorists in the world today.

Leiter is not just someone who writes well about what others have said. He has carved out a new path in legal theory, and set new standards for critical analysis and insight along the way.".