This book is a selection of articles and chapters published over Martin Golding's academic career.
Golding's approach to the philosophy of law is that it contains conceptual and normative issues and in this volume logical issues in legal reasoning are examined, and various theories of law are critically discussed.
Normative questions are dealt with regarding the rule of law and criminal law defenses, and the concept of rights and the terminology of rights are analyzed.
Much of Golding's work is critical-historical as well as constructive.
This volume will prove an informative and useful collection for scholars and students of the philosophy of law.