Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture
Publisher: Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
Coverage: Vols. 1-6 (2007-2011) All Published
Additional Information: The Center for Law, Philosophy and Culture exists to provide a forum for inquiry into the meaning of law and legal institutions as they relate to culture and the human good. It sponsors academic and public-policy explorations of the diverse ways in which law and legal institutions may express a cultural orientation to the human good or serve to renew and transform culture in the light of human and moral ideals. The scope of the center's inquiry encompasses the fields of jurisprudence, philosophy of law, comparative law, and social and political ethics. It fosters multidisciplinary collaboration between legal scholars and experts in such adjunct disciplines as philosophy, theology, history, literature, the arts, anthropology, and politics.