Get this from a library mutual expectations a conventionalist theory of law govert den hartogh. Pdf on jan 1 2002 govert den hartogh and others published mutual expectations a conventionalist theory of law. The law persists because people have reasons to comply with its rules what characterizes those reasons is their interdependence each of us only has a reason to comply because he or she expects the others to comply for the same reasons the rules may help us to solve coordination problems but the. In 2002 den hartogh published mutual expectations a conventionalist theory of law the book develops a theory of duties and rights and of the relation between ethics and law that situates itself in the modern natural law tradition from grotius to hume. See generally r dworkin laws empire 1998 interpretivism is not the only theory that espouses both theses we can imagine for instance a robust natural law theory that carves up the test for true propositions of law in two stages at the first stage legal standards are identified in a value free manner
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