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H.L.A Hart

@article{Tushnet1983HLAH,
  title={H.L.A Hart},
  author={Mark Tushnet},
  journal={Cornell Law Review},
  year={1983},
  volume={68},
  pages={257-290}
}
rules of universal application. . . . I doubt whether. . . this is a fair description of many parts of modern legal systems. . . .-48 He notes that in many fields, especially those involving the regulatory-state characteristic of contemporary capitalism, "the overwhelming characteristic of the regulations seems to be their attention to minute detail rather than abstract principle. '49 One could discount this observation, as Claus Offe does, by treating the detail of regulatory laws as a… Expand
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