Law and Philosophy Society
|Vice President:||Bryn Mayes|
Prior Discussion Materials
- Lon L. Fuller, The Case of the Speluncean Explorers, 62 Harv. L. Rev. 616 (1949).
- Aristotle's Nicomachaen Ethics
- C.S. Lewis — Mere Christianity Book I
- Legal Theory Lexicon 010: Deontology
- Legal theory Lexicon 018: Justice
- Legal Theory Lexicon: Prisoner Dilemma and Utilitarianism
- Les Miserables Synopsis
- LPS Crash Course in Legal Theory
- Washington v. Glucksberg Philosophers Brief
- The Merchant of Venice — Summary
- The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
- "Crash Course in Legal Theory"
- LexisNexis® 1995 U.S. Briefs 1858 — "Washington v. Glucksberg Philosophers' Brief"
Those with further questions, ideas, or input on the Law & Philosophy Society can contact Amber Sizemore at email@example.com.
Law & Philosophy Society Blog:
In an effort to stay connected to the DSL community at University Park, and to engage the community at large, the Law & Philosophy Society has created a blog. (Please note that Penn State Law is not responsible for content displayed at third party sites.)
LPS members who have been invited to join the blog as authors are encouraged to post articles and comments, thereby furthering the purpose of LPS in maintaining an active and open dialogue about current philosophical legal issues. If you are a member of the DSL community and would like to be added as an author on the blog, please contact Amber Sizemore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the community at large, regardless of affiliation with Penn State Law, are also encouraged to share their thoughts in the comment sections of the blog. We look forward to hearing from you!