ABSTRACT. I argue that the denial of necessary connections between law and morality cannot be sustained, and I contend that many of the claims of specific necessary connections between law and morality made by legal theorists are mistaken. While these are necessary connections between morality and how the law is, the more significant necessary connections relate to the evaluative perspective which informs our thinking of how the law ought to be, rather than how it is.


Written by JOSEPH RAZ

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