Keywords:Consent, scientific evidence, law & economics, analogy, Kelsen, legal positivsm, legal realism, responsability to protect.
In the editorial note to issue 52 we highlighted the casual and stimulating convergence in themes among most of the published articles. The current issue seems to show the exact opposite –the articles here published range over completely different areas, from moral philosophy to the epistemology of evidence, from legal interpretation to law and economics. Such diversity undoubtedly shows the richness of legal philosophy, an axis towards which many other disciplines –such as moral philosophy (or ethics), economy and even medical science– very often flow together.
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