The 2013 Quain Lectures
will be delivered by
Professor Joseph Raz
The Normativity of Law
over three lectures on
Monday 22, Tuesay 23, Thursday 25 April 2013
Monday 22 April - Autonomous Normativity: The Framework
Tuesday 23 April - Elusive Virtues: Rule of Law, Consent, Democracy
Thursday 25 April - Does Democracy Make Morality? Democracy, Law without the State
Monday 22 April & Tuesday 23 April
Cruciform Lecture Theatre 1 (UCL Central Campus)
Thursday 25 April
(Christopher Ingolds Lecture Theatre,
UCL Chemistry, 20 Gordon Street WC1H 0AJ)
About this speaker:
Joseph Raz is one of the most important and influential figures in contemporary legal and political philosophy. He was for many years Professor of the Philosophy of Law at Balliol College, Oxford. He is currently Professor of Law at Columbia University and Professor of Law (part-time) at the Dickson Poon School of Law, Kings College London. Among his many honours, he is a Fellow of the British Academy and a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Raz is the author of numerous works in moral, legal and political philosophy, including Practical Reason and Norms 2nd ed. (OUP 1999); The Authority of Law 2nd ed. (OUP 2009); The Morality of Freedom (OUP 1986); Ethics and the Public Domain (OUP 1994); Between Authority and Interpretation (OUP 2009) and, most recently, From Normativity to Responsibility (OUP 2011).
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