Hart and Dworkin’s Theories in the case of Riggs v Palmer
Hart and Dworkin’s Theories
There has been a recent revival of Jurisprudence under the stimulation of professors Ronald Dworkin and H.L.A. Hart. It has been long believed in the United States that jurisprudence is esoteric and lack practical significance. The unconscious and conscious decisions made by the practitioners, professors and judges give a reflection of jurisprudential preferences.
However, recognizing what is at stake in a jurisprudential controversy is not easy because such disputes usually leave in obscurity any practical result. To a great extent, the criticism raised over by Professor Dworkin’s on Professor Hart’s positivistic Continue reading...