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LEGAL THEORY NOTES Page 2 Natural law Page 3-4 Positivism/formalism/realism Page 5 Lawyers Page 6 Critical legal studies (CLS) Page 7 Law and economics theory Page 8 Marxist legal theory Page 9-10 Feminist legal theories Page 11 Queer legal theory (QLT) Page 12 Summary of Kepros Article (QLT)

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Political philosophy Academia Philosophy Philosophy of law Critical legal studies Jurisprudence Feminism Natural law Law Legal realism Radical feminism Feminist theory
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Political philosophy Academia Philosophy Philosophy of law Critical legal studies Jurisprudence Feminism Natural law Law Legal realism Radical feminism Feminist theory
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Creon’ or ‘The Gods vs. The State’. • Aristotle: ‘natural world-law’ and ‘universal-reason’. • Cicero: ratio or reason. St Augustine of Hippo (354-430 ACE) – religious natural law • Good people followed God’s law, and human law only needed for the sinful. • Lex inusta non est lex: ‘an unjust law is not law’. • Human law only valid if it facilitates behaviour in accordance with God’s law. • Therefore a human law in conflict with God’s law is not law. St Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274 ACE) – religious natural law • Links between God...
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