Law and Logic pp 134-195 | Cite as

The Discussion in the English-Speaking Countries

  • Joseph Horovitz
Part of the Library of Exact Philosophy book series (LEP, volume 8)


Part III is devoted to a selection of texts from varied sources, all in English. The authors represented are, with one exception, students of jurisprudence. They are: Julius Stone (Sydney), Edward H. Levi (Chicago), H. L. A. Hart (Oxford), O.C. Jensen (Natal); the exception is Stephen E. Toulmin, the English analytical philosopher and historian of science.


Legal System Legal Rule Inductive Logic Legal Reasoning Legal Concept 
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    However, see “Problems of Legal Reasoning”, a section in Hart’s encyclopedic article [28], pp.268–272.Google Scholar

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