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D'Amato, A.A., 1984. Jurisprudence: A Descriptive and Normative Analysis of Law, Distributors for the U.S. And Canada, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
D., W., 2000. ``Dirty Words'' and the Offense Principle. Law and Philosophy, 19, pp.545-584.
D., M., 2001. Two Liberal Fallacies in the Hate Crimes Debate. Law and Philosophy, 20, pp.175-193.
D., N., 1999. Conflicts of Justifications. Law and Philosophy, 18, pp.41-68.
D., A., 2000. Constitutions, Written and Otherwise. Law and Philosophy, 19, pp.451-464.
D., N., 1999. Addiction and Criminal Liability. Law and Philosophy, 18, pp.655-684.
D., N., 2000. Relativistic Justifications. Law and Philosophy, 19, pp.641-644.
D.’{}Almeida, L.{}s D., 2011. Legal Statements and Normative Language. Law and Philosophy, 30, pp.167-199.
Dagan, H., 2009. Just and Unjust Enrichments. In The Goals of Private Law. The Goals of Private Law. Hart Pub.
Dagger, R., 1977. What Is Political Obligation?. The American Political Science Review, 71, pp.86-94.
Dagger, R.,0 Political Obligation. In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Dagger, R., 2000. Philosophical Anarchism and its Fallacies:A Review Essay. Law and Philosophy, 19, pp.391-406.