In this article, Professor Hall describes the ways in which he proceeded to construct a philosophy of law "for our times." He finds partial truths and also fallacies in the dominating legal philosophies-legal positivism, natural law, and sociology of law. He delineates the salient features of his "integrative jurisprudence" in which the basic concept is "law-as-action."
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