Law in common parlance, means a rule which (unlike a rule of ethics) is capable of enforcement through institutions. Crimes Against Humanity by Geoffrey Robertson ISBN 9780141024639. The study of law crosses the boundaries between the social sciences and humanities, depending on one's view of research into its objectives and effects. Law is not always enforceable, especially in the international relations context. It has been defined as a "system of rules",The Concept of Law Oxford University Press ISBN 0-19-876122-8 as an "interpretive concept Law's Empire ISBN 0674518365 to achieve justice, as an "authority" The Authority of Law, Oxford University Press to mediate people's interests, and even as "the command of a sovereign, backed by the threat of a sanction". John Austin (legal philosopher) The Providence of Jurisprudence Determined.
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Pages in category "Law"
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- Captal Punishment
- Chain of command
- Crime and Punishment: Essential Primary Sources
- ECCO: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
- Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice
- Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice
- Encyclopedia of Disability
- Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity
- Encyclopedia of Race and Racism
- Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics