Law is ultimately just a set of regulations meant to govern society, and the value of a rule can only be determined by how well it serves to advance social justice. So it should come as no surprise that fundamental problems in almost every field of law are concerned with what justice demands in a particular domain of activity and what set of regulations will best accomplish it. These questions are addressed by academics who study the relationship between philosophy and law. Legal philosophers have made significant contributions over the past century to a wide range of fields, including the moral basis of private property rights, the welfare state, the justification for criminal punishment, the meaning of consent in private contracts, distributive justice in tax regimes, the state's right to regulate family relationships, the morality of preventive war, the moral foundation of legislation, intergenerational justice in environmental law, biomedical ethics, and the values of legal philosophy.
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