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by Frederic Kellogg

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Frederic Kellogg
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Kellogg, Frederic Rogers. the making of an American legal philosophy. Includes 9 essays by . Contributions in American studies,, no. 73. The formative essays of Justice Holmes Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The formative essays of Justice Holmes from your list? The formative essays of Justice Holmes. by Kellogg, Frederic Rogers. Published 1984 by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn. Classifications.

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The Formative Essays of Justice Holmes : The Making of an American Legal Philosophy. by Frederic Rogers Kellogg. Although The Common Law, the seminal work by Oliver Wendell Holmes, J. clearly represents the culmination of an intellectual journey, the development of Holmes' thought has not been easily deciphered.

Kellogg distinguishes Holmes from analytical legal positivism and contrasts him with a range of thinkers .

Kellogg distinguishes Holmes from analytical legal positivism and contrasts him with a range of thinkers, including John Austin, Thomas Hobbes, H. L. A. Hart, Ronald Dworkin, Antonin Scalia, and other leading legal theorists. Frederic R. Kellogg has been Visiting Scholar in the Department of Philosophy at the George Washington University, Senior Fulbright Fellow at the University of Warsaw, and Visiting Professor at Moscow State University

Kellogg, Frederic Rogers. The Formative Essays of Justice Holmes: The Making of an American Legal Philosophy. Reinventing Pragmatism: American Philosophy at the End of the Twentieth Century. Greenwood Press, 1984. Cornell University Press, 2002.

Legal Philosophy in America. Article · February 2008 with 16 Reads. In this book the author examines the trajectory of American legal theory in the late 20th century by way of interviewing ten leading theorists. In a highly readable selection of essays Becker applies this approach to various aspects of human activity, including social interactions; crime and punishment; marriage, fertility, and the family; and "irrational" behavior. Becker's highly regarded work in economics is most notable in the imaginative application of 'the economic approach' to a surprising breadth of human activity. Format Hardback 222 pages. He is the author of The Formative Essays of Justice Holmes: The Making of an American Legal Philosophy, as well as numerous articles on legal philosophy and jurisprudence.

Frederic R. Kellogg has been Visiting Scholar in the Department of Philosophy at the George Washington University . Kellogg has been Visiting Scholar in the Department of Philosophy at the George Washington University, Senior Fulbright Fellow at the University of Warsaw, and Visiting Professor at Moscow State University. I eventually published The Formative Essays of Justice Holmes: The Making of an American Legal Philosophy in 1984 treating this connection, but I was not alone in being unsatisп¬Ѓed that it adequately addressed the more difп¬Ѓcult questions.

Although The Common Law, the seminal work by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., clearly represents the culmination of an intellectual journey, the development of Holmes' thought has not been easily deciphered. Frederic Rogers Kellogg traces Holmes' intellectual path, and asks: why did Holmes write The Common Law? what did he mean by his message that the law has evolved away from moral and toward external standards of liability? how did he arrive at this conclusion? The answers, Dr. Kellogg maintains, are to be found in a series of nine essays that originally appeared in The American Law Review. They show that Holmes was obsessed with elemental questions of pure legal theory and link him closely to the philosophic method of his friend Charles Sanders Peirce. Taken together with Holmes' later work, and viewed in light of American philosophy, these essays establish Holmes as the founder of a distinct approach to jurisprudence and reveal the implications of that approach for Holmes' later contributions to constitutional law.