Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
ix, 331 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Part I. The normative meaning of actions 1. Intentions, permissibility, and the reasons for which we act / Ulrike Heuer 2. Acting and satisficing / Sergio Tenenbaum 3. Interpretation without intentions / Heidi M. Hurd 4. Metasemantics and legal interpretation / Ori Simchen Part II. Normativity of legal authority 5. Doing another's bidding / Matthew Hanser 6. Legal authority and the paradox of intention in action / Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco 7. The deliberative and epistemic dimension of legitimate authoritative directives / Antony Hatzistavrou 8. Public transit / A. J. Julius 9. Ought we to do what we ought to be made to do? : Cohen and Nagel on the personal and the political / William A. Edmundson 10. Juridical laws and moral laws in Kant's The doctrine of right / Ben Laurence 11. The relation between moral and legal obligation : an alternative Kantian reading / George Pavlakos Part III. The social dimension of normativity 12. Law's artifactual nature : how legal institutions generate normativity / Kenneth M. Ehrenberg 13. American legal realism and practical guidance / Manuel Vargas and Joshua P. Davis 14. The authority of conventions, norms, and law / Bruno Verbeek.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-324) and index.