NOT YET PUBLISHED
This is the first book to bring together distinguished jurisprudential theorists, as well as up-and-coming scholars, to critically assess the nature of legal reasoning.
The volume is divided into 3 parts:
- The first part, General Jurisprudence and Legal Reasoning, addresses issues at the intersection of general jurisprudence - those pertaining to the nature of law itself - and legal reasoning
- The second part, Rules and Reasons, addresses two concepts central to two prominent types of theory of legal reasoning,and
- The essays in the third and final part, Doctrine and Practice, delve into the mechanics of legal practice and doctrine, from a legal reasoning perspective.