The authors discuss perennial legal issues on what makes a good law and law in relation to power morality justice economics freedom and dutyThe major fields of law are introduced in subseuent chapters in relation to their original and dominant philosophical paradigms Chapters are concluded with related jurisprudence dissents and separate opinions that cite philosophers and professors of jurisprudence from ancient to postmodernAmong the highlights are names every philosopher politician and lawyer should be familiar with— Plato Aristotle Auinas the Stoics the Roman jurists Grotius etcThis book ends with an eye on the laws of the present and the future based on postmodern trends as favored by local indigenous law Table of Contents• The Case for Law• Legal Issues and Theories• Natural Law and International Law and The Classic Philosophers• Civil Law The Roman Jurists• Criminal Law and Family Law The Christian Philosophers• Lex Mercatoria From Custom to Law• Remedial Law The Empirical Philosophers• Political Law Reform Revolution and Resistance The Neo Classical Philosophers• Labor Law Socialism and Communism• Everyone “In” Postmodernism and the Future of Law• The “X” Factors of Philippine Legal Paradigm

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