Legal Universe

Author: Vine Deloria, Jr.
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN: 1555917585
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" This essential work examines the historical evolution of the legal rights of various minority groups and the relationship between these rights and the philosophical intent of the American founders.

The Indian Law Legacy Of Thurgood Marshall

Author: F. Knowles
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137433396
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Oxford University Press: NewYork, NY.(p.121). at 21 McClanahan vArizona
StateTax Commission, 411 US164(1973) 168. 22 Laurence. Thurgood Marshall's
Indian Law Opinions, p.24. 23 McClanahan vArizona StateTax Commission,
411US 164 (1973) at172. 24 Laurence. Thurgood Marshall's Indian Law
Opinions, p.23. 25 Vine Deloria,Jr.& DavidE. Wilkins. (2011). The Legal Universe:
Observations ofthe foundations American of law. Fulcrum Publishing: Boulder,
CO. p. 205.

Framing The Field Of Law S Disciplinary Encounters 1800 1990

Author: Christopher L. Tomlins
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an historical narrative Christopher L. Tomlins, American Bar Foundation ... "Legal
science" in this context meant the application of "Protestant Baconian" principles
and method to law itself to reveal the "ordered principles " that gave organization
and structure to the law. "What are individual cases but the data to be observed?
What is to be drawn from an observation of all cases but legal principles, the
ordering of which should lead to rational understandings of the legal universe?

Corwin On The Constitution The Foundations Of American Constitutional And Political Thought The Powers Of Congress And The President S Power Of Removal

Author: Edward Samuel Corwin
Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr
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Between a universe "lapt in law" and the human mind all barriers were cast down
. Inscrutable deity became scrutable nature. On this basis arose English deism,
which, it has been wittily remarked, "deified nature and denatured God."57 And
one section of nature is human nature and its institutions. With Newton's
achievement at their back men turned confidently to the formulation of the
inherently just and reasonable rules of social and political relationship. Entire
systems were ...

Cornell International Law Journal

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A. The Concept of Form in Legal Analysis The concept of form is both the starting
point and the means by which Summers develops a legal theory that does not
reduce law to a universe defined merely by rules or norms.18 To Summers, the
positivists'19 rule- ... 1994) (discussing the philosophical foundations of legal
positivism in American law); Hans Kelsen, General Theory of Law and State (
1945) (discussing the philosophical foundations of legal positivism in the civil law

Library Journal

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In an editorial before the vote, the HsBail Tribune decried that "in the parallel
universe that is Washington, DC, none <=>f~[the crisis in Oregon] constitutes an
emergency." — Norman Oder I n Protest, IL PLs Turn Off Net Proposed state filter
law would go beyond CIPA Internet service in several Illinois libraries went dark
May 14, protesting the passage in the Illinois House of Representatives of a
demanding library Internet filter bill. While some libraries turned off the net, others
installed ...

God And Man In The Law

Author: Robert Lowry Clinton
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This question has largely been answered in Chapter 8, where it was observed,
contra Harris, that the Framers were indeed "describing a political constitution
that already existed," using the underlying principles and practices of that ... but
against that background, the Framers imported a large measure of classical legal
thought into the American Constitution by their assumption of a common law
foundation for the fundamental law and a natural law foundation for the common

Tort Law In American History

Author: Kermit Hall
Publisher: Articles-Garlan
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No single distinguishing characteristic of Harvard Law School under Langdell
had a greater influence on the substantive growth of American law than the
triumph of the scientific method 543 of legal study. ... may have originally derived
their dissatisfaction with "dogmas" from their impatience with theological
explanations for the universe,7* but skepticism about abstract propositions was
soon complemented by a belief that law students should immerse themselves in
original sources ...