By Brian Leiter
Brian Leiter is well known because the major philosophical interpreter of the jurisprudence of yank felony Realism, and the main influential proponent of the relevance of the naturalistic flip in philosophy to the issues of felony philosophy. Naturalizing Jurisprudence collects newly revised types of ten of his best-known essays. Leiter has provided a long new introductory essay, in addition to postscripts to numerous of the essays, during which he responds to demanding situations to his interpretive and philosophical claims by means of educational attorneys and philosophers. This quantity is key interpreting for a person attracted to jurisprudence and the philosophy of legislation.
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In Part II of this paper, I will set out the Core Claim of Realism and explore (as well as defend) its differences with the Received View. In Part III , I turn to broader questions of jurisprudence, in order to locate Realism’s place within it. Although Realism had an undeniably powerful impact upon American legal education and upon how lawyers and judges think about what they do, 13 it has had almost no impact upon the mainstream of Anglo-American jurisprudence—the tradition running from Bentham and Austin in the 19th century, to Dworkin and Raz in the present.
16) See my “Against Convergent Moral Realism: The Respective Roles of Philosophical Argument and Empirical Evidence,” in Moral Psychology, Vol. 2: Intuition and Diversity, ed. W. : MIT Press, 2008). A. Hart, The Concept of Law, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994), pp. 137–9; see also Hart’s 1959 essay on “Scandinavian Realism,” reprinted in his Essays in Jurisprudence and Philosophy(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983). In unpublished work, Brian Berry claims that Ross was not insensitive to these kinds of worries.
10 above), esp. pp. 133–7. (32) There are no papers, for example, related to my efforts to understand the contribution of natur alistic approaches to epistemology to normative questions, especially about the law of evidence. , Brian Leiter, “Naturalism and Naturalized Jurisprudence,” in Analyzing Law: New Essays in Legal Theory, ed. B. Bix (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988), pp. 100–03; Brian Leiter, “The Epistemology of Admissibility: Why Even Good Philosophy of Science Would Not Make for Good Philosophy of Evidence,” Brigham Young University Law Review 1997: 803–19; Ronald J.