Harris, Philip Anthony

About the author: Philip Anthony Harris received his LL.B from the University of Warrick, and his PhD from Sheffield. He is currently Lecturer in Law at Kingston University.

Distinction Between Law and Ethics in Natural Law Theory
2002 0-7734-7245-2
This work discusses the distinction between the ‘legal moral’ and ‘non-legal moral.’ It examines the work of several leading legal idealists: Fuller, Llewellyn, Finnis, Kelsen, Kant, Beyleveld, and Brownsword. It argues that the legal point of views is the point of view of enforcement. The non-legal moral point of view is that of rightness of a behavior abstracted from the issue of enforcement.