4 edition of Republican legal theory found in the catalog.
Republican legal theory
M. N. S. Sellers
Includes bibliographical references.
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Randy E. Barnett is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches constitutional law and contracts, and is Director of the Georgetown Center for the graduating from Northwestern University and Harvard Law School, he tried many felony cases as a prosecutor in the Cook County States’ Attorney’s Office in Chicago. Republican: Spouse(s) Elsa Arnett In a book and a law review article, His positions on executive power are controversial because the theory can be interpreted as holding that the President's war powers afford him executive privileges which exceed the bounds which other scholars associate with the President's war powers.
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Whenever the checks and balances of republican government have stood firm, liberty and justice have advanced. When republican forms have been absent, tyranny and oppression have thrived. The basic desiderata of republican government, as articulated in the republican legal tradition derived from Rome, secure government for the common good through the checks and balances of a mixed constitution, comprising a sovereign people, an elected executive, a deliberative senate, and a regulated popular assembly, constrained by an independent judiciary, and subject to the rule of by: 1.
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Constitutional law has always been the central concern of republican legal theory, but several other components of the republican legal tradition have provided judges, legislators, and lawyers with standards of virtue and a vocabulary for legal discourse. Republican public virtue (“virtus”) is a disposition to serve the common good.
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It emphasises participation in government as the foundation for the promotion of the civic good. It is critical of both the liberal perspective, which it sees as too fragmentary, and also, the communitarian view, as it is wary of local identities being placed above wider civic goals.
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