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K. E. Himma: Legal Positivism’s Conventionality Thesis and the Methodology of Conceptual Analysis
R. Nunan: A Modest Rehabilitation of the Separability Thesis
A. Oladosu: Choosing Legal Theory on Cultural Grounds: An African Case for Legal Positivism
C. Orrego: Hart’s Last Legal Positivism: Morality Might Be Objective; Legality Certainly is Not
M. Pavcnik: Die (Un)Produktivität der Positivistischen Jurisprudenz
M. Haase: The Hegelianism in Kelsen's Pure Theory of Law
S. Papaefthymiou: The House Kelsen Built
U. J. Pak: Legal Practitioners’ Need of Reflective Application of Legal Philosophy in Korea
U. Schmill: Jurisprudence and the Concept of Revolution
D. Venema: Judicial Discretion: a Necessary Evil?
J. Baker: Rights, Obligations, and Duties, and the Intersection of Law, Conventions and Morals
S. Bertea: Legal Systems’ Claim to Normativity and the Concept of Law
J. Dalberg-Larsen: On the Relevance of Habermas and Theories of Legal Pluralism for the Study of Environmental Law
A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos: A Connection of No-Connection in Luhmann and Derrida