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The Sense of Justice

Biological Foundations of Law

Roger Masters Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA
Margaret Gruter The Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research
© 1999   310 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
Volume 136
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Paperback ISBN: 9780803943988 $80.00
The Problem of Justice in Contemporary Legal Thought Roger D Masters
PART ONE: LAW, BIOLOGY, AND THE SENSE OF JUSTICE
Moralistic Aggression, Processing Mechanisms, and the Brain Michael T McGuire
The Biological Foundations of the Sense of Justice
Emotion and the Costs of Altruism Robert Frank
The Economic Foundations of the Sense of Justice
Naturalistic Approaches to Justice in Political Philosophy and the Life Sciences Roger D Masters
PART TWO: LEGAL THEORY, NATURE AND THE SENSE OF JUSTICE
An Ethological Perspective on Law and Biology Margaret Gruter
The Sense of Justice and the Concept of Cultural Justice Wolfgang Fikentscher
Legal Anthropology
Traditional Legal Concepts from an Evolutionary Perspective Peter Strahlendorf
PART THREE: LEGAL PRACTICE, SOCIAL NORMS, AND THE SENSE OF JUSTICE
Intuition, Altruism and Spite William H Rodgers Jr
Justice as Justification
Empirical Evidence of the Sense of Justice Karen Cook and Karen Hegtvedt
An Ethological Interpretation of the Sense of Justice on the Basis of German Law Herbert Helmrich
PART FOUR: NATURE, CULTURE, AND THE SENSE OF JUSTICE
The Chimpanzee's Sense of Social Regularity and its Relation to the Human Sense of Justice Frans B M De Waal
The Child's Development of the Sense of Justice William R Charlesworth
Moral Development, Resources, and Emotions
The Evolution of Cultural Norms Lionel Tiger
Toward a More Coherent Theory of Justice Roger D Masters (with comments by Robert Cooter and E Donald Elliott)

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