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Book Reviews, Ernest Van Den Haag, James F. Neal Mar 1976

Book Reviews, Ernest Van Den Haag, James F. Neal

Vanderbilt Law Review

Consensual Government "The Morality of Consent" by Alexander M. Bickel

Reviewed by Ernest van den Haag

Bickel wanted to make the scope of the law comprehensive enough to proclaim the norms that are consensually perceived to be necessary to social life, yet to let individuals and groups pursue their choices without being forced to conform altogether to majority views or being strapped into judicial strait jackets. His work, and the unifying theme of this posthumous collection of essays, very largely consisted of elaborations of his answer to the question: how can we define the province of constitutional interpretation so as …


Fetal Research: An Investigator's View, David G. Nathan Jan 1976

Fetal Research: An Investigator's View, David G. Nathan

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cost-Benefit Ethics: The Utilitarian Approach To Fetal Research, Juliana Geran Pilon Jan 1976

Cost-Benefit Ethics: The Utilitarian Approach To Fetal Research, Juliana Geran Pilon

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Impact On Fetal Research Of The Report Of The National Commission For The Protection Of Human Subjects Of Biomedical And Behavioral Research, Robert J. Levine Jan 1976

The Impact On Fetal Research Of The Report Of The National Commission For The Protection Of Human Subjects Of Biomedical And Behavioral Research, Robert J. Levine

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Fetal Experimentation: Rights Of The Father And Questions Of Personhood, John P. Wilson Jan 1976

Fetal Experimentation: Rights Of The Father And Questions Of Personhood, John P. Wilson

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.