...a valuable resource. (Katerina Deligiorgi, Philosophy in Review)
Raz has explored in this book the way we understand our duties and rights, and how we decide the way we ought to act. In less than three-hundred pages it provides a clearly-written and focused answer to these types of inquiry. (Eleanor Healy Birt, Interlib)
The discussion of nomativity and practical reason that makes up From Normativity to Responsibility is breathtaking in its scope, its depth, and, most importantly, its brilliance. (Christopher Essert, The Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence)
About the Author
Joseph Raz has been teaching at Oxford University since 1972. He has been Professor of the Philosophy of Law there since 1985, and Research Professor since 2006; he has also been Professor at Columbia University since 2002. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has published a number of books including Between Authority and Interpretation (OUP, 2009) and The Authority of Law (OUP, 2009).