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UK Fellow, Section S1, Law, Section H12, Philosophy, elected in 1987

Professor Joseph Raz FBA

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About this Fellow

Legal Philosophy with Moral, Political and Legal Philosophy, and Philosophy of Action

Website: http://josephnraz.googlepages.com/home

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor, Columbia University Law School; Professor, King's College London

Past Appointments

  • Research Fellow, Nuffield College University of Oxford, 1970 - 1972
  • Fellow and Tutor, Balliol College University of Oxford, 1970 - 1985
  • Professor of the Philosophy of Law and Fellow of Balliol College, University of Oxford, 1985 - 2006
  • Research Professor, University of Oxford, University of Oxford, 2006 - 2009
  • Law Faculty & Dept. of Philosophy, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1967 - 1972
  • Professor, Columbia University, New York, 1991
  • Research Professor (part time), King's College London University of London, 2011

Publications

The Practice of Value 2003 Oxford: OUP

Between Authority & Interpretation 2009 Oxford: OUP

From Normativity to Responsibility 2011 OXFORD: OUP

The Concept of a Legal System 1980, 2nd ed. Oxford: OUP

Practical Reason and Norms 1999 (first edition 1975) Oxford: OUP

Value, Respect, and Attachment 2001 Cambridge: CUP

The Authority of Law 1979. Second edition 2009, Oxford: OUP

The morality of freedom 1986

Ethics in the public domain 1995

Engaging reason 2000

Other Law Fellows

Professor Kenneth Reid

The law of property, both in Scotland and as part of European private law; doctrinal legal history, especially of the 18th and 19th centuries; law reform; mixed jurisdictions

Professor Christine Chinkin

Public international law including human rights law especially with respect to the guarantee of women's rights; peace agreements and conflict resolution

Professor Conor Gearty

The theory, law and practice of human rights; the law and practice of civil liberties; the study of terrorism in all its legal, political, historical and international relations aspects

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