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"Hart is an impressive scholar: careful and judicious, capable of close textual analysis but never preoccupied with trivialities, alive to constructive possibilities, always insightfully critical. His style is graceful, his manner gracious."--Times Literary Supplement"No explorer would be so rash as to set out without first reading these essays and indeed the whole opus of the greatest of our modern British philosophers of law."--Times Higher Education Supplement"This book of essays reaffirms...[Hart's] centrality to modern legal philosophy and will give aid to any reader interested in unraveling the complexities of the law's seamless web."--American Bar Foundation Research Journal

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H. L. A. Hart is at Oxford University (Emeritus)

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