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Dworkin’s Critique of Positivism: Judicial Role, Interpretivism, and Law as Integrity

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Introduction to Critiques of Positivism Positivism has been identified with the thesis that the validity of individual laws depends upon their sources and not their merits. A particularly powerful model for this approach is provided by Hart’s conception of every legal system having a ‘rule of recognition’, establishing criteria by which standards can be identified

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