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Posted March 20, 2006
There is something in the law, that if there are three mainstreams of theorys that intends to find the source of rights, none of them gives the right answer. Dershowits trys to locate that 'something' in an experential aproach to the source of rights, and looks for the experience with past wrongs with a sight in morals, as a ground where it can be builded a theory on rights. There was a german jurist, Savigny, who created the historic school of law, and founded that 'something' in the spirit of the people, the german people in the case. It might be the relation between facts and the social belief on morals what give us the standars for the right and the wrong. There still is not a right answer, but Dershowits have a point to be considered.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.