Vol. 3 No. 3
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Lon L. Fuller’s contributions have been a major milestone in modern moral and legal philosophy. Fuller’s approach to legal and moral philosophy seemed to parallel the concepts which Pavia University legal theorist, Bruno Leoni, expressed in his Freedom and the Law (Los Angeles, 1972). Both Fuller and Leoni shared a common emphasis in not identifying legislation with true law; both also searched for fundamental legal principles as exemplified in such expressions of law as common law, custom, private arbitration and spontaneous adjustments among private individuals. Recently, F. A. Hayek has attempted to focus attention on the opposition between law and government statutes…

Table of Contents

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Editorial: Lon Fuller

By Leonard P. Liggio
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The Literature of Ethics in the Twentieth Century

By John Hospers
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Marx’s Social Man

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Novels and the Politics of the ‘60s

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Corporations: Rights and Obligations

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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The Decline of Historicism

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Voltaire’s Philosophical History

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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The Origins of World War I

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer