Is There an Implicit Theology in the Practice of Ordinary Law?Joseph Vining
Law is not a social science. Its sister disciplines are not economics, sociology, social psychology, and political science. Does law have a sister discipline? This paper is an inquiry into whether the affinities between law and theology are such that law and theology might be viewed as sister disciplines, each a source of help to the other in its own understanding of what it contributes to thought and action in the world.
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