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.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.