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In Aristotle and Law, George Duke argues that Aristotle's seemingly dispersed statements on law and legislation are unified by a commitment to law's status as an achievement of practical reason. This book provides a systematic exposition of the significance and coherence of Aristotle's account of law, and also indicates the relevance of this account to contemporary legal theory. It will be of great interest to scholars and students in jurisprudence, philosophy, political science and classics.
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About the Author
George Duke is Associate Professor at Deakin University, Victoria. His main research areas are the philosophy of law, constitutional theory, and the history of political and legal thought. Duke has published in a wide-range of international journals on these topics, including Classical Quarterly, Legal Theory, Ancient Philosophy, History of Political Thought, International Journal of Constitutional Law, and European Law Review. He is also the co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Natural Law Jurisprudence (2017).