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morality of the criminal law

H. L. A. Hart

morality of the criminal law

two lectures.

by H. L. A. Hart

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Published by Hebrew University,Magnes Press, Oxford University Press in Jerusalem, London .
Written in English


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SeriesLionel Cohen lectures, tenth series -- 1964.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17196447M
ISBN 100196902827

  One of the drawbacks of the current era of predominance of Positive Law over Natural law, is that the moral roots of criminal law are all too easily overlooked or even ignored. Yet one should always keep in mind that moral standards (and the related area of Natural Law) historically preceded any type of criminal legislation or judicial decisions. This Note describes some selected aspects of Author: Wojciech Cebulak. Get this from a library! The morality of the criminal law: two lectures. [H L A Hart].

Author, Title & summary: Criminal Justice Ethics topics and pages: In "The Morality of the Criminal Law," David Bazelon (former judge of the Court of Appeals for Washington D.C.) examines the relationship between law and moral values, arguing that the law . The Relationship of Law and Morality: Dichotomy or Complementarity B.O. Okere 2 1. The Notion of Law and Morality. 2. The Church as the Guarantor of Morals and the Catholic Conception of Morality. 3. Legal Enforcement of Morals. 4. The Moral Content of our Laws. 5. Secularism and Moral Neutrality. 6. Conclusion. 1. The Notion of Law and Morality a.

Its coverage includes law's relation to morality and the moral obligations to obey the law, the main philosophical debates about particular legal areas such as criminal responsibility, property, contracts, family law, law and justice in the international domain, legal paternalism and the rule of law. The relationship between law and morals. Major breaches of a moral code are also likely to be against the law; criminal law provides the obvious example of where morality and law often merge. The influence of morality in a very general sense is also implicit in a wide range of different laws.


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Criminal law is by definition a set of rules, which embody community values of what is wrong and harmful. Ideally it seeks to protect society and individual's rights although it must me said that in a situation wherein there is a clash between the two the former is.

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MORALITY AND THE CRIMINAL LAW was not prepared to go that far and considered that it was necessary only to show that the corruption of others was "unlawful." Lord Simonds sweep-ingly stated: In the sphere of criminal law, I entertain no doubt that there remains in the courts of law a residual power to enforce the supreme and fundamental purpose.

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