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Found that although each of the above positions offers insight into the conundrum at hand both suffer from significant flaws These observations form the basis on which an alternative position is put forward and efended According to this position the existence of a reasonably just and well functioning legal system constitutes a reason that fits
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FREE DOWNLOAD Ö 912REGISTER.CO.UK é Noam GurThis book investigates law's interaction practical reasons What ifference can *legal reuirements eg traffic rules tax laws or work regulations *reuirements eg traffic rules tax laws or work safety regulations to normative reasons relevant to our action Do they give reasons for action that should be weighed among all other reasons Or can they instead exclude and take the place of some other reasons The critically examines some of the existing answers and puts forward an alternative understanding of law's interaction with practical reasonsAt the two competing positions are pitted against each other. Joseph Raz's view that legitimate legal authorities have pre emptive namely that they give reasons for action that exclude some other reasons; and an antithesis according to which law institutions even those that meet prereuisites of legitimacy can at most provide us with reasons that in weight with opposing reasons for action These two positions
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