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In this paper however, I would be focusing only on Hart's views of the relationship between law and morality and support my opinion in agreement or disagreement with several other views in this area.
Could provisions that promote discrimination be valid law? Hart provided the answer yes.
The Thomist classical explanation of natural law is said to be of twofold contention: Hart justifies the existence of his minimum content of natural law with the term of the value of "survival", although minimal, it is presupposed to be our inquiry to law because our concern is with continued existence and that as we live in a "world with each other", we understand the general value of survival.
Both Bentham and Austin insisted the need to distinguish with maximum clarity that, law as it is from law as it ought to be. Fuller, a natural lawyer or a positivist? Most readers of The Concept of Law might be in agreement with Fuller when he says: At times he seemed to be saying that the distinction between law and morality is something that exists, and will continue to exists He seems to assume that nasty aims have as much coherence as good ones.
Thus when men are compelled to justify their actions, the effect would be to pull those decisions towards goodness.
In this case, Fuller poise as a positivist yet the tinge of natural law surrounds him. Although to the end of his life, Hart remained acknowledged about the possibility of similar objectivity in matters of morality, but he holds that one can be reasonably certain about law even when morality is being open to argument.
There is no method of visual or analytical inspection that separates those law-like statements that count as law from those statements that are bills that have yet to be enacted Absolute separation of law and morality does not exist.
Man-made laws that are good in the eyes of morality do not come into existence by coincidence because by nature, men do apply morality in their daily walk of life.
Even if the law fails to be what it "ought" to be, we could not deny its existence.In common parlance, law means a rule that (unlike a rule of ethics) is enforceable through institutions. The study of law crosses the boundaries between the social sciences and humanities, depending on one's view of research into its objectives and effects.
HLA Hart was Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford University and the Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford. He authored The Concept of Law one of the seminal works of English-language jurisprudence.
He passed away in Critical legal studies is the most important development in progressive thinking about law of the past half century. It has inspired the practice of legal analysis as institutional imagination, exploring, with the materials of the law, alternatives for society.
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Hart, was a British legal philosopher, and a major figure in political and legal philosophy. He was Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford University and the Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford. The classic work of ‘The Concept of Law written by H.L.A Hart is widely recognized as providing the zenith of legal positivism.
Hart’s proposition is that the basic failure of the Austinian model is its neglect of the concept of a rule.