Bibliography of Philosophical Works

I found this on a blog that looks interesting, if deep. It’s Punishment Theory which is touted as a group blog on criminal law and philosophy. Leans left, which means it should at a minimum be thought-provoking. Below are  links to online versions of philosophical works, some blogs, and then a lexicon from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  If this isn’t enough reading for a long winter then nothing is. Here is a list of links to various philosophical works, mostly (I think) listed for its relationship to the law: Webtexts Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle, Politics Jeremy Bentham, Introduction to Principles of Morals&Legislation The Federalist Papers Hugo Grotius, On the Law of War and Peace GWF Hegel, Selected Works Thomas Hobbes, Selected Works David Hume, Selected Works Immanuel Kant, Groundwork Immanuel Kant, Metaphysics of Morals John Locke, Selected Works John Stuart Mill, Selected Works Montesqueiu, The Spirit of Laws Plato, Gorgias Plato, Meno Plato, Protagoras Plato, The Republic Tocqueville, Democracy in America Weber, Protestantism and the Spirit of Capitalism Blogs Arts & Letters Daily Balkinization How Appealing Is That Legal? Legal Theory Sentencing Law and Policy TalkLeft: Politics of Crime Volokh Conspiracy Lexicon — from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy SEE ALSO Daniel Dennet’s Philosophical Lexicon Action Analytic/Synthetic Aretaic John Austin (by Bix) Autonomy Character Coherentism I Coherentism II Coherentism III Coherentism IV Conditionals Consequentialism Criminal Law Theory (by...

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