Rediscovering Fuller

Essays on Implicit Law and Institutional Design

Edited by Willem J. Witteveen and Wibren van der Burg

Rediscovering Fuller
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Edited by Willem J. Witteveen and Wibren van der Burg

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

500 pages | illustrated | 6-1/4 x 9-1/2 | © 1999
Cloth $69.00 ISBN: 9789053563878 Published June 1999 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Lon Fuller, one of the great American jurists of this century, is often remembered only for his stand on the morality of law in the Fuller-Hart debate. Rediscovering Fuller considers the full range of Fuller's writings, from his early engagement with legal fictions and his critique of legal positivism to his later work on implicit law and the art of institutional design. Contributors from the fields of both civil law and common law argue that Fuller's insights are highly relevant to contemporary concerns. The book contains essays by K. Winston, D. Dyzenhaus, P. Cliteur, F. Schauer ("Beyond the Fuller-Hart Debate"), P. Westerman, W. van der Burg, D. Luban ("Moralities of Law"), G. Postema, P. Teachout ("Implicit Law"), R. Macdonald, W. Witteveen, J. Allison, M. Hertogh, K. Soltan ("The Art of Institutional Design"), J. Allan, F. Mootz, J. Vining ("Law's Dialogue"), and a preface by Ph. Selznick.

"At some point in the future, when we become more open to the moral relevance of social inquiry, more empirical in our study of philosophical issues, more capable of uniting moral and social theory, Lon Fuller's work will stand as a landmark. This volume will help show the way." —Ph. Selznick



Contents
Philip Selznick
Preface to Rediscovering Fuller
 
Acknowledgments
 
List of abbreviated publications by Lon L. Fuller
 
List of contributors
 
Willem J. Witteveen
Rediscovering Fuller: An Introduction
 
I.  Beyond the Fuller-Hart Debate
 
Kenneth I. Winston
Three Models for the Study of Law
 
David Dyzenhaus
Fuller's Novelty
 
Paul Cliteur
Fuller's Faith
 
Frederick Schauer
Fuller on the Ontological Status of Law
 
II.  Moralities of Law
 
Pauline Westerman
Means and Ends
 
Wibran van der Burg
The Morality of Aspiration:  A Neglected Dimension of Law and Morality
 
David Luban
Rediscovering Fuller's Legal Ethics
 
III.  Implicit Law
 
Peter R. Teachout
"Uncreated Conscience":  The Civilizing Force of Fuller's Jurisprudence
 
Gerald J. Postema
Implicit Law
 
IV.  The Art of Institutional Design
 
Roderick A. Macdonald
Legislation and Governance
 
Willem J. Witteveen
Laws of Lawmaking
 
John W. F. Allison
Legal Culture in Fuller's Analysis of Adjudication
 
Marc Hertogh
The Conscientious Watermaster:  Rediscovering the Interactional Concept of Law
 
Karol Soltan
A Social Science That Does Not Exist
 
V.  Law's Dialogue
 
James Allan
Lon Fuller's "The Case of the Speluncean Explorers"
 
Francis J. Mootz III
Natural Law and the Cultivation of Legal Rhetoric
 
Joseph Vining
Fuller and Language
 
Name index
 
Subject index
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