The book presents legislation by a representative assembly as a form of law making which is especially apt for a society whose members disagree with one another about fundamental issues of principle for it is a form of law making that does not attempt to conceal the fact that our decisions are made and claim their authority in the midst of not in spite of our political and moral disagreements. Law and disagreement jeremy waldron a clarendon press publication a collection of essays from one of the worlds leading legal and political philosophers the authors arguments against bills of rights and his critique of american style judicial review are particularly topical. Jeremy waldrons law and disagreement 1999 is a landmark work in jurisprudence and in democratic theory in retrospect it also constitutes an intervention into a methodological debate over the aims of political theory defending the study of institutions over work attending to the ends and ideals of a good society. Waldrons law and disagreement makes a case against over constitutionalizing rights because as the title suggests people disagree about the nature of those rights waldron worries listing rights in a constitution focuses discourse too much on the text rather than the underlying right at stake
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