Ronald dworkins theory of law and the moral conception of individual rights that underlies it have already made him one of the most influential philosophers working in this area this is the first publication of these ideas in book form. Taking rights seriously is a 1977 book about the philosophy of law by ronald dworkin in this landmark book dworkin argues against the dominant philosophy of anglo american legal positivism as presented by h l a hart in the concept of law 1961 . The idea of rights and its relation to human dignity is the area exploring in this fairly long work dworkin was introduced to me by dr prathiskha baxi in the class room. Taking rights seriously ronald dworkin 1 hard cases 5 legal rights a legislation we might therefore do well to consider how a philosophical judge might develop in appropriate cases theories of what. Review taking rights seriously user review bisser dyankov goodreads a wonderful book for people living in societies with little to none experience in personal rights importance of law and relation between the state and the citizen
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