Frederick Schauer

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Thinking Like a Lawyer: A N...

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An Introduction to Legal Re...

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Profiles, Probabilities, an...

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The Proof: Uses of Evidence...

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The Force of Law

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Playing by the Rules: A Phi...

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Free Speech: A Philosophica...

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Law And Language

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“The act of giving a reason is the antithesis of authority. When the voice of authority fails, the voice of reason emerges. Or vice versa.”
Frederick Schauer

“See Sean Coyle, “Thomas Hobbes and the Intellectual Origins of Legal Positivism,” Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 16 (2003), 243–270; Mark Murphy, “Was Hobbes a Legal Positivist?,” Ethics 105 (1995), 846–873.”
Frederick Schauer, The Force of Law

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