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Tuesday
Aug302011

On more robust theoretical foundations for legal philosophy

My article, “Action-Based Jurisprudence: Praxeological Legal Theory in Relation to Economic Theory, Ethics, and Legal Practice” was published in Libertarian Papers 3, 19 (2011).

"An interesting, provocative analysis...” —Stephan Kinsella, legal theorist, editor of Libertarian Papers, Senior Scholar at the Mises Institute, and director for the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom

"This piece is striking...” —Allen Mendenhall, editor of the The Literary Lawyer


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