The Rule of Law

  • Peter van Schilfgaarde


As explained in Sect.  1.1, the core question in this book is how law changes life. In this context, the question comes up “Why do we have law?,” as further detailed in the first lines of Sect.  1.1.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter van Schilfgaarde
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  1. 1.The HagueThe Netherlands

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