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So reason can rule : reflections on law and politics / Scott Buchanan ; with an introduction by Edwin J. Delattre.


Annapolis, Md. : St. John's College, [1982] .
ISBN 9780374266400, 0374266409

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Subjects Law -- Political aspects.
Description xiv, 321 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
[1982]
©1982
Contents Imago mundi, 1952 -- Learning under law, 1957 -- What every man should know: law, 1960 -- Eleven propositions about justice, consent, and guilt, 1962 -- The corporation and the republic, 1958 -- The public thing (Res publica), 1964 -- So reason can rule, the Constitution revisited, 1967 -- The temporary nature of economic theory, 1961 -- Science, scientists, and politics, 1963 -- Technology as a system of exploitation, 1963 -- The permanent possibility of revolution, 1967 -- On Martin Buber, 1966 -- Rediscovering natural law, 1962.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8171242
(OCoLC)ocm08171242
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WorldCat Identities Buchanan, Scott, 1895-1968.
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