First published in 1998, this volume examines the work of Ronald Dworkin, the leading legal philosopher of our time, ten years after his seminal work, Law’s Empire. Its impact and influence was so extensive that the authors felt compelled to undertake both an in-depth analysis of both the book itself and its critical reaction, including a survey of the literature on Law’s Empire.
Table of Contents
1. Early Views and Critics. 2. The Interpretive Theory. 3. Conventionalism, Pragmatism and Interpretation. 4. Integrity and Interpretation. 5. Integrity, Liberalism and Community. 6. Wider Contexts.