Dworkin, Ronald

Dworkin, Ronald (Myles)

(1931–  ) legal scholar; born in Wooster, Mass. He is considered one of the clearest, most brilliant theorists of jurisprudence; his work challenges strict adherence to the letter of the law in favor of individual liberties and moral principles in books as Taking Rights Seriously (1977), A Matter of Principle (1985), and Law's Empire (1986). He taught at Yale (1962–69), then at Oxford University (1969), and concurrently at New York University since 1975.
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DWORKIN, Ronald, Los derechos en serio, traducido por Guastavino, Marta, 2a edicion, Ariel, Barcelona, 1989.
Dworkin, Ronald, "Natural Law Revisited", University of Florida Law Review, 24, (2), pp.
Dworkin, Ronald, "The Model of Rules II", en Taking Rights Seriously, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1977, pp.
Comentario a Dworkin, Ronald, The Supreme Court phalanx.
3) Dworkin, Ronald, Etica privada e igualitarismo politico, p.
Brandt (who may be losing count of how many times he has summarized his 1985 book, No Magic Bullet), Ronald Dworkin, Ronald Bayer, Alvin Novick, and David Richards.
Dworkin, Ronald, 2000, Sovereign Virtue, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
13) "Someone creates a work of art from his life if he lives and loves well in family or community with no fame or artistic achievement at all" DWORKIN, Ronald.
DWORKIN, Ronald (1967): "The Model of Rules I", in: Taking Rights Seriously, Duckworth, Londres 1987
DWORKIN, Ronald (1983): "How Law is like Literature", in: A Matter of Principle, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1985
DWORKIN, Ronald (1986): Law's Empire, The Belknap Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1993