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The Rise Of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, Their Effects, And How We Can Stop Their Growth, Andrea Prisco Apr 2022

The Rise Of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, Their Effects, And How We Can Stop Their Growth, Andrea Prisco

Dickinson Law Review

Dramatic changes in the agricultural industry over the last century have led to the rise of concentrated animal feeding operations– industrial facilities that raise a large number of animals in confined spaces. Animals raised in these facilities suffer from poor quality of life and abuse. For humans, these facilities have had adverse effects on the environment and public health, but they are also associated with high productivity and low food costs. This Comment analyzes the effects of concentrated animal feeding operations on animal well-being, the environment, and public health. This Comment also analyzes current federal legislation that helps combat the ...


The Unruliness Of Rules, Peter A. Alces Sep 2019

The Unruliness Of Rules, Peter A. Alces

Peter A. Alces

No abstract provided.


International Law And Dworkin's Legal Monism, Michael S. Green Sep 2019

International Law And Dworkin's Legal Monism, Michael S. Green

Michael S. Green

No abstract provided.


Dworkin V. The Philosophers: A Review Essay On Justice In Robes, Michael S. Green Sep 2019

Dworkin V. The Philosophers: A Review Essay On Justice In Robes, Michael S. Green

Michael S. Green

In this review essay, Professor Michael Steven Green argues that Dworkin's reputation among his fellow philosophers has needlessly suffered because of his refusal to back down from his "semantic sting" argument against H. L. A. Hart. Philosophers of law have uniformly rejected the semantic sting argument as a fallacy. Nevertheless Dworkin reaffirms the argument in Justice in Robes, his most recent collection of essays, and devotes much of the book to stubbornly, and unsuccessfully, defending it. This is a pity, because the failure of the semantic sting argument in no way undermines Dworkin's other arguments against Hart.


International Law And Dworkin's Legal Monism, Michael S. Green Sep 2014

International Law And Dworkin's Legal Monism, Michael S. Green

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


'Simple' Takes On The Supreme Court, Robert Tsai Jan 2013

'Simple' Takes On The Supreme Court, Robert Tsai

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

This essay assesses black literature as a medium for working out popular understandings of America’s Constitution and laws. Starting in the 1940s, Langston Hughes’s fictional character, Jesse B. Semple, began appearing in the prominent black newspaper, the Chicago Defender. The figure affectionately known as “Simple” was undereducated, unsophisticated, and plain spoken - certainly to a fault according to prevailing standards of civility, race relations, and professional attainment. Butthese very traits, along with a gritty experience under Jim Crow, made him not only a sympathetic figure but also an armchair legal theorist. In a series of barroom conversations, Simple ably ...


Work Versus Capital – An Exercise In Inverted Thinking, Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 2008

Work Versus Capital – An Exercise In Inverted Thinking, Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Dworkin V. The Philosophers: A Review Essay On Justice In Robes, Michael S. Green Jan 2007

Dworkin V. The Philosophers: A Review Essay On Justice In Robes, Michael S. Green

Faculty Publications

In this review essay, Professor Michael Steven Green argues that Dworkin's reputation among his fellow philosophers has needlessly suffered because of his refusal to back down from his "semantic sting" argument against H. L. A. Hart. Philosophers of law have uniformly rejected the semantic sting argument as a fallacy. Nevertheless Dworkin reaffirms the argument in Justice in Robes, his most recent collection of essays, and devotes much of the book to stubbornly, and unsuccessfully, defending it. This is a pity, because the failure of the semantic sting argument in no way undermines Dworkin's other arguments against Hart.


The Unruliness Of Rules, Peter A. Alces Jan 2003

The Unruliness Of Rules, Peter A. Alces

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Kyrkans Sociallära - En Lära För Vår Tid? [Social Teaching Of The Catholic Church – A Teaching For Our Time?], Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1999

Kyrkans Sociallära - En Lära För Vår Tid? [Social Teaching Of The Catholic Church – A Teaching For Our Time?], Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Om Etiska Företag [On Ethical Enterprises], Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1998

Om Etiska Företag [On Ethical Enterprises], Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.