This book establishes legisprudence, in contrast to jurisprudence,
as a legal theory of rational law-making. It suggests that by
rejecting the common wisdom about the nature of political
law-making, legislation could be improved and streamlined. Using
the methods, theoretical insights and tools of current legal theory
and philosophy of law in a new way, the book suggests the creation
of law by legislators rather than government. Raising new questions... more...