Everything we do is tentative. An interview with Prof. Frederick SchauerZhao, B., 2010, In : Rechtsfilosofie & Rechtstheorie. 1, p. 67-79 13 p.
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Professor Schauer covers many topics in this interview. On a general note, the interview covers themes pertaining to his experience in engaging with legal philosophy as a trained lawyer; his views on the present and the future of legal philosophy and how we shall cope with its development; his new book Thinking like a Lawyer; the role of legal philosophers in law and society; and some sincere suggestions to young legal philosophers. It also covers more specific topics, including discussions about his insistence on rule priority; differences between legal principles and rules; his opinion of legal positivism; and the pros and cons of analytical tools like spectrum, continuum and generality.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Rechtsfilosofie & Rechtstheorie|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|