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Concept of Law: Online Articles

"The Concept of Law is an analysis of the relation between law, coercion, and morality, and it is an attempt to clarify the question of whether all laws may be properly conceptualized as coercive orders or as moral commands". H. L. A. Hart

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Iyer, T. K. K. (1973). Constitutional law in Pakistan: Kelsen in the courts. The American Journal of Comparative Law, 759-771.

The Disenchantment of Logically Formal Legal Rationality, or Max Weber's Sociology in the Genealogy of the Contemporary Mode of Western Legal Thought.​

Redding, J. A. (2003). Constitutionalizing Islam: Theory and Pakistan. Va. J. Int'l L.44, 759.