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  1. The Authoritative and the Authoritarian.Joseph Vining - 1987 - Ethics 97 (4):873-874.
     
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  2. From Newton's Sleep.Joseph Vining - 1995
    What does the presence of law say of the beliefs of individuals in a society--their actual beliefs--about language, themselves, the world around them? In a strikingly original work intended not only for practicing lawyers but for anyone interested in the modern dilemma of the loss of meaning, Joseph Vining invites us to reconsider law as a unique form of thought, inseparably connected to everything in the world that makes up human identity. Oliver Wendell Holmes asserted at the end of the (...)
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    The Authoritative and the Authoritarian.Joseph Vining - 1986 - University of Chicago Press.
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  4. A Note on the Application of Interpretive Theory to Legal Practice.Joseph Vining - 1987 - Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
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    The Least of the Sentient Beings.Joseph Vining - unknown
    Rats and mice are very much more likely to be experimented on today in biomedical research than dogs, cats, or primates. Rats and mice, however, are explicitly excluded from the federal Animal Welfare Act's protections against animal pain and suffering in a research setting. This paper is a response to an invitation to reflect on how medical and scientific researchers should think about the rats and mice they use, in light of ongoing legal developments in the human-animal relationship. The invitation (...)
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    The Mystery of the Individual in Modern Law.Joseph Vining - manuscript
    What did the twentieth century threaten in the deepest way? What were those who were eventually defeated at such staggering cost fighting from the start? The individual, the sacredness and value of the individual, and spirit itself, seen in us in being seen as an individual, and seen beyond us. The home in the secular world for both these, the individual and spirit, is the legal mind and the legal form of thought. The individual in modern law is a mystery (...)
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