Lacey, Nicola (2006) Analytical jurisprudence versus descriptive sociology revisited. Texas law review, 84 (4). pp. 945-982. ISSN 0040-4411
Discusses the claims made by H.L.A. Hart that his book "The Concept of Law" might be regarded as a contribution not only to analytical jurisprudence but also to descriptive sociology. Interpretation and limit of Hart's claims; Relationship between Hart's idea on the connection of legal theory with both analytical jurisprudence and descriptive sociology; Analysis of several case studies within special jurisprudence.
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