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050 00 K230.H86|bH86 2012 
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245 00 Hume and law /|cedited by Ken Mackinnon 
260    Farnham, Surrey, England :|bAshgate,|cc2012 
300    xxxiii, 553 p. ;|c25 cm 
490 1  Philosophers and law 
500    "The essays ... have all been previously published in law,
       philosophy and politics journals and books"--Series 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction; Part I Law and Legal Theory: David Hume and 
       the 18th-century conception of natural law, Philip Milton;
       David Hume and the empiricist theory of law, Sheldon Wein;
       David Hume's legal theory: the significance of general 
       laws, Neil McArthur; The place of Hume in the history of 
       jurisprudence, Alfons Beitzinger -- Part II Justice: 
       Origins: David Hume and justice, Ian F.G. Baxter; Hume and
       Rawls on the circumstances and priority of justice, Andrew
       Lister; Obligation: Legal obligation in Hume, Luigi 
       Bagolini; Hume's reply to the Sensible Knave, Gerald J. 
       Postema; Hume's Knave and the interests of justice, Jason 
       Baldwin; Content and Scope of Justice: From order to 
       justice, Russell Hardin; Rule-utilitarianism and Hume's 
       theory of justice, Alistair Macleod; Hume on justice to 
       animals, Indians and women, Arthur Kuflik -- Part III 
       Property: Hume's theory of property, George E. Panichas; 
       Property and possession: two replies to Locke -- Hume and 
       Hegel, Christopher J. Berry; The advantages and 
       difficulties of the Humean theory of property, Jeremy 
       Waldron -- Part IV Contract: Promises: Rules, rights and 
       promises, G.E.M. Anscombe; Promises, promises, promises, 
       Anette Baier 
505 0  Part V Law and Government: Hume and Kant on the social 
       contract, Jeffrie G. Murphy; Hume and contractarianism, 
       Frederick G. Whelan; The shackles of virtue: Hume on 
       allegiance to government, Rachel Cohon; Hume and the 
       future of the society of nations, R.J. Glossop -- Part VI 
       Liberty: The preservation of liberty, Nicholas Capaldi -- 
       Part VII Causation: Philosophical preliminaries, H.L.A. 
       Hart and Tony Honoré. Part VIII Responsibility and 
       Punishment: Character, purpose, and criminal 
       responsibility, Michael D. Bayles; Hume on responsibility 
       and punishment, Paul Russell; Hume on punishment, A. 
       Wesley Cragg; To exclude or not to exclude improperly 
       obtained evidence: is a Humean approach more helpful?, 
       James Allan 
600 10 Hume, David,|d1711-1776|xInfluence 
650  0 Jurisprudence|xHistory|y18th century 
650  0 Law|xPhilosophy|xHistory|y18th century 
700 1  Mackinnon, Ken,|eeditor of compilation 
830  0 Philosophers and law 
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