The main purpose of the roundtable is to continue with deliberations on law origins, correlation between law and justice, legal consciousness and culture, involving professional lawyers and experts in humanitarian sciences. Moderator: Gadis Gadzhiev, Judge, Constitutional Court of Russian Federation

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A brief summary of key theories and theorists in legal philosophy. This was recorded as a podcast and the slides are brief. (c) SNJ Walker

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Watch the Politics, Philosophy & Law subject talk from the 2013 Open Day.

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Humanities students tell us their real life experiences as a student at McMaster University. Find out more about the Faculty of Humanities and our programs here: http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/

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These debates were held at Rice University on December 1, 2010 in PHIL 116/316, taught by Dr. Hanoch Sheinman. The topics included: 1) Resolve: Capital punishment is justified within the legal system. 2) Resolve: There is an absolute obligation to obey the law as such.

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Part 2 of the discussion class held on 12 April 2014. This video covers the Early Modern section of the work. For queries regarding this video contact Unisa at www.unisa.ac.za or contact your lecturers whose details are included in the Tutorial Letters. The contents, including all opinions and views, expressed in my profile are entirely […]

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