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Jeremy Waldron著作一览【待补充】

Jeremy Waldron is University Professor at New York University School of Law, and teaches legal and political philosophy. He was previously University Professor in the School of Law at Columbia University.He was born and educated in New Zealand, where he studied for degrees in philosophy and in law at the University of Otago. He was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand in 1978. He studied at Oxford for his doctorate in legal philosophy, and taught at Oxford University as a Fellow of Lincoln College from 1980-82. From 1982-1987, he taught political theory at the University of Edinburgh, and from 1987-1995, he was a Professor of Law in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program in the School of Law (Boalt Hall) at the University of California, Berkeley. He was briefly at Princeton, as Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics, before moving to New York in 1997.
Professor Waldron has written and published extensively in jurisprudence and political theory. His books and articles on theories of rights, on constitutionalism, on democracy, property, torture, and homelessness are well known, as is his work in historical political theory (on Aristotle, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill, and Hannah Arendt).
Professor Waldron gave the second series of Seeley Lectures at Cambridge University in 1996, the 1999 Carlyle Lectures at Oxford University, the Spring 2000 University Lecture at Columbia, and the Wesson Lectures at Stanford in 2004. He travels widely and has delivered public lectures all over the world, from Buenos Aires to Jerusalem. He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1998.

Books

Toleration and its Limits: Nomos XLVIII (New York University Press, 2008) (ed. with Melissa Williams)
God, Locke, and Equality: Christian Foundations of Locke’s Political Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2003),
The Dignity of Legislation: The 1996 Seeley Lectures (Cambridge University Press, 1999),
Law and Disagreement (Oxford University Press, 1999),
Liberal Rights: Collected Papers 1981-1991 (Cambridge University Press, 1993)
The Right to Private Property (Oxford University Press, 1988)

Chapters

“Hart and the Principles of Legality,” in The Legacy of H.L.A. Hart (Matthew Kramer and et al., ed., Oxford University Press, 2008)
“Moral Autonomy and Personal Autonomy,” in Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism (Joel Anderson and John Christman, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2005)
“The Rule of Law as a Theater of Debate,” in Dworkin and His Critics (Justine Burley, ed., Blackwell Publishers, 2004)
“Taking Group Rights Carefully,” in Litigating Rights: Perspectives from Domestic and International Law (Grant Huscroft and Paul Rishworth, ed., Hart, 2002)
“Property, Honesty, and Normative Resilience,” in New Essays in the Legal and Political Theory of Property (Stephen Munzer, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2001)
“Arendt’s Constitutional Politics,” in The Cambridge Companion to Hannah Arendt (Dana Villa, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2001)
“Normative (or Ethical) Positivism” in Jules Coleman (ed.), Hart’s Postscript: Essays on the Postscript to The Concept of Law. (New York: Oxford University Press2001)
“Deliberation, Disagreement and Voting,” in Deliberative Democray and Human Rights (Harold Koh and Ronald Slye, ed., Yale University Press, 1999)

Articles

“Lucky in your Judge,” 9 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 185 (2008)
“Dignity and Rank,” 48 Archives Européennes de Sociologie 201 (2007)
“Legislation and the Rule of Law,” 1 Legisprudence 91 (2007)
“Public Reason and ‘Justification’ in the Courtroom,” 1 Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture 107 (2007)
“The Core of the Case Against Judicial Review,” 115 Yale Law Journal 1346 (2006)
“Foreign Law and the Modern Ius Gentium,” 119 Harvard Law Review 129 (2005)
“Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House,” 105 Columbia Law Review 1681 (2005)
“Terrorism and the Uses of Terror,” 8 The Journal of Ethics 5 (2004)
“Security and Liberty: The Image of Balance,” 11 Journal of Political Philosophy 191 (2003)
“Indigeneity: First Peoples and Last Occupancy,” 1 New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 55 (2003)
“The Primacy of Justice,” 9 Legal Theory 269 (2003)
“Who is my Neighbor?: Humanity and Proximity,” The Monist 86 (2003)
“Is the Rule of Law an Essentially Contested Concept?,” 21 Law and Philosophy 137 (2002)
“One Law for All: The Logic of Cultural Accommodation,” 59 Washington and Lee Law Review 3 (2002)
“Homelessness and Community,” 50 University of Toronto Law Journal 371 (2000)
“Minority Cultures and the Cosmopolitan Alternative,” 25 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 751 (1992)

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