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Autonomy in the Law considers one of the most important benefits of the rule of law. Juxtaposing European and American conceptions of autonomy in the law of families, capital punishment and, criminal trials reveals the common values that justify all legal systems. Law protects the autonomy of individuals and associations by defending the boundaries of their own self-rule. This book illuminates the fundamental purpose of law by examining how European and American lawyers, judges and citizens do and should apply legal autonomy to the practical circumstances of litigation, legislation and the law.
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Mortimer Sellers (M.N.S. Sellers) (born 1959) is Regents Professor of the University System of Maryland and President of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR).
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