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Full Law in Context Notes for Exam

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Political philosophy Academia Philosophy of social science Philosophy of law Virtue Libertarian theory Legal ethics Rule of law Rights Law Liberalism Liberty Law Lord Bingham
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Political philosophy Academia Philosophy of social science Philosophy of law Virtue Libertarian theory Legal ethics Rule of law Rights Law Liberalism Liberty Law Lord Bingham
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Law has a deeper meaning and purpose” • Difficult to define by law involves: ▫ Rules (determine standards of conduct) ▫ Institutions (create, enforce and apply law) ▫ Society (define and largely comply with law) Rights and Responsibilities • Individuals hold a number of legal rights ▫ Right to self-defence ▫ Right to drive • Individuals also hold a number of responsibilities ▫ Responsibility not to harm another person ▫ Responsibility to drive carefully • Rights are not absolute in nature. • Idea that rights held by individuals are limited by responsibi...
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