Brooks, T. (ed.)

Locke and law / edited by Thom Brooks. – Aldershot : Ashgate, c2007. – xx, 449 p. – (Philosophers and law).


Acknowledgements   (p. vii-viii)

Series Preface   (p. ix)

Introduction   (p. xi-xx)

Part I, Natural law and natural rights

  1. David C. Snyder (1986), “Locke on natural law and property rights,” Canadian journal of philosophy, 16:723-750   (p. 3-30)
  2. Benjamin G. Damstedt (2003), “Limiting Locke : a natural law justification for the fair use doctrine,” Yale law journal, 112:1179-1221   (p. 31-73)
  3. Richard J. Arneson (2005), “The shape of Lockean rights : fairness, Pareto, moderation, and consent,” Social philosophy and policy, 22:255-285   (p. 75-105)

Part II, Property

  1. Leif Wenar (1998), “Original acquisition of private property,” Mind, 107:799-819   (p. 109-129)
  2. Donna M. Byrne (1999), “Locke, property, and progressive taxes,” Nebraska law review, 78:700-738   (p. 131-169)
  3. Jeremy Waldron (2005), “Nozick and Locke : filling the space of rights,” Social philosophy and policy, 22:81-110   (p. 171-200)

Part III, Abortion

  1. Kimberly Sharron Dunn (1990), “The prize and the pirce of individual agency : another perspective on aborton and liberal government,” Duke law journal, 39:81-117   (p. 203-239)

Part IV, Constitutional law

  1. Suri Ratnapala (1993), “John Locke’s doctrine of the separation of powers : a re-evaluation,” American journal of jurisprudence, 38:189-220   (p. 243-274)
  2. David L. Wardle (2002), “Reason to ratify : the influence of John Locke’s religious beliefs on the creation and adoption of the United States Constitution,” Seattle University law review, 26:291-308   (p. 275-292)
  3. John M. Kang (2004), “John Locke’s politican plan, or, There’s no such thing as judicial impartiality (and it’s a good thing, too),” Vermont law review, 29:7-31   (p. 293-317)

Part V, Law and society

  1. Martha C. Nussbaum (2006), “Radical evil in the Lockean state : the neglect of the political emotions,” Journal of moral philosophy, 3:159-178   (p. 321-340)

Part VI, Punishment

  1. A. John Simmons (1991), “Locke and the right to punish,” Philosophy and public affairs, 20:311-349   (p. 343-381)
  2. Brian Calvert (1993), “Locke on punishment and the death penalty,” Philosophy, 68:211-229   (p. 383-401)

Part VII, Tolerance and civil disobedience

  1. Donald L. Doernberg (1985), “ ‘We the people’ : John Locke, collective constitutional rights, and standing to challenge government action,” California law review, 73:52-118   (p. 405-471)
  2. James Tully (1990), “Political freedom,” Journal of philosophy, 87:517-523   (p. 473-479)
  3. Paul Bou-Habib (2003), “Locke, sincerity and the rationality of persecution,” Political studies, 51:611-626   (p. 481-496)

Name Index   (p. 497-499)