On Tuesday, July 24, 2001 11:11 PM Russell Blackford email@example.com
> T.0. Morrow said things that I largely or entirely agree with about legal
> positivism and natural law (though I find it odd that anyone might think
> a "statist" if that was the implication).
I did not think you were a statist, though I did think you were a legal
positivist -- in my use of the term. (Perhaps my usage is a
misinterpretation. I'll have to sleep on that.:)
> I'm still scratching my head about some of Daniel's comments, such as the
> one about there being such a field as political philosophy. Huh? I thought
> this was what I was saying in asking about people's underlying positions
> questions from political and legal philosophy. I suspect there's been a
> bit of talking past each other.
Well, I have to admit, I've nto read all the posts on this thread -- not the
"Property and the Law" one but it's mother thread. It became too
unmanageable to do so.
My point on political philosophy was not to belittle you (or anyone), but
just to show that the answers you want might require a wider net than the
one you are casting. If you merely want people's opinions, well, you've got
plenty of these here.:)
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