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Even a basic activity like eating is indirectly aﬀected by law, in that the food we eat is required by legal rules to meet rigorous standards of purity, hygiene and even description. In this introductory chapter, attempts by various writers to analyse and explain law will be examined. We shall also consider some important social, economic and political developments over the past century or so which have profoundly aﬀected the nature and extent of the regulation of social life by means of legal rules and procedures.
2004, Collins). 15 E. Durkheim, The Division of Labour in Society (1964, Free Press, New York; Macmillan, London). 9 10 An Introduction to Law technology and social structure. He argued that the primary characteristic of the first type will be that the whole group exists and acts collectively towards common aims, the moral and legal code (the ‘collective conscience’) being acknowledged and accepted by the whole group and keeping the group together. This is called ‘mechanical solidarity’. In the event of any deviance from these collectively held norms of the group, sanctions are brought to bear on the oﬀender through repressive (criminal, or penal) law, which expresses the community’s anger and avenges the oﬀence against the collective moral sentiments of the group.
Again, there are many analyses of these issues, one or two of which may be briefly considered here. , p 26. Y. E. , at pp 23–24. For Hart’s response to Dworkin’s criticisms, see The Concept of Law (op. ), esp. pp 259–268. Law and society For example, Austin’s idea of why we obey law is found in his notion of the ‘habit of obedience’ to the sovereign body in a society, which, together with the everpresent threat of sanctions, explains obedience to law. Few, however, would accept this idea as an adequate explanation.
An Introduction to Law (Law in Context) by Phil Harris