Conception of law,Hart's philosophical view

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The social relevance of Hart’s concept of law seeks to promote good conduct, the general good of all and good rational policies. In his contribution to law, he tried to bring answer and to see whether his concept of law would be able to clear the controversies surrounding the question, what is law? Meanwhile, the question as to what law is and its purpose in society has lately preoccupied and minds of legal theorist and philosophers. This problem has also led as to whether law has any affinity with morality as was championed by the naturalists school and the positive school. It was this debate between the natural law theorists and positivists school that made professor Hart to come up with a distinct concept of law, which is the basic frame work of my research.
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Patrick Ronald
June 9, 2007
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