"Indicating a clear and laudable desire to bridge vocabulary gaps between scholarly disciplines, Bix clearly defines intersecting terms.... Bix's work succeeds in offering reliable, accessible definitions of legal terms. Recommended."--Choice
"[This] Dictionary of Legal Theory should be on the shelf of anyone with an interest in legal theory. Bix has an exceptional ability to provide lucid definitions of even the most recondite theoretical concepts. This is more than just expositional skill: he often does real philosophical work in clarifying and distinguishing complex theoretical issues."--Dan Farber, Sho Sato Professor of Law, University of California at Berkeley
"Brian Bix has produced a useful and instructive explanation of an impressive variety of terms, concepts, and thinkers. Highly recommended for both students and teachers of law, and for generalists and specialists alike."--Cass R. Sunstein, Karl N. Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Chicago Law School
About the Author
Brian Bix is Frederick W. Thomas Professor of Law and Philosophyat the University of Minnesota.