Vol. I. Introduction. Bibliography. 1. 'Analytical' jurisprudence: A. The legal philosophy of John Austin. B. Responses to Austin's work v. II. 1. 'Analytical' jurisprudence (continued): C. Post-Austinian forms of 'analytical' jurisprudence. 2. Historical jurisprudence: A. Sir Henry Maine's approach. B. Interpretations and critiques of Maine. 3. Natural law v. III. 3. Natural law (continued). 4. Other legal philosophies. 5. Late nineteenth-century reflections on the nature and schools of jurisprudence.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (page xxxiii-xxxvii).