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From the Publisher"May and Brown's anthology on the Philosophy of Law is a useful and readily accessible resource for students and theorists. The editors have combined classical philosophical writings on core topics in philosophy of law with contemporary articles by both lawyers and philosophers, and the chapters are grouped under headings familiar to law students. Each section begins with a helpful introduction from the editors and concludes with an important legal case."
–Kimberley Brownlee, The University of Manchester
"This judiciously edited textbook will be the obvious choice for those who want to combine readings from classics of analytic jurisprudence, provocative case law, and diverse international and critical perspectives."
–Christopher F. Zurn, University of Kentucky
An anthology for the 21st century. It not only includes a section on international law, but integrates non-U.S. law into the study of other aspects of the law.
–Eugene Garver, Saint John’s University