Law as “Ought” or “Is”?

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Arthur Leff’s God-Haunted World: Without God, meaningful law becomes impossible. One powerful argument for this view comes from a surprising source—an atheistic law professor writing in the Duke Law Journal. Yale Law School professor, Arthur Leff, argued that unless God is taken to be the moral authority behind human law, the law collapses into various arbitrary arrangements, […]

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