Vol. 15, No. 2
The Regent Law Review's Spring 2003 Issue (Vol. 15, No. 2) features two lectures by Robert P. George, three articles, one essay, and two comments. Below is a list of the articles and their authors. To order a copy, please fill out the subscription form.
(All articles and notes are in format.)
Robert P. George Lecture Series
Holmes on Natural Law – Robert P. George
Reason, Freedom, and the Rule of Law: Their Significance in Western Thought – Robert P. George
Validity and Obligation in Natural Law Theory: Does Finnis Come Too Close to Positivism? – Seow Hon Tan
Children, the Unprotected Minority: A Call for the Reexamination of Children’s Rights in Light of Stenberg v. Carhart – Charlene Quint Kalebic
The Greater Good? Can the Good v. United States Court Be Any Further Off? – Raymond W. Kaselonis, Jr.
Is Jesus Entitled to a Copyright? – Judge Robert Mahealani M. Seto
Religious Tax Exemption and the “Charitable Scrutiny” Test – Christine Roemhildt Moore
Intelligent Design: A Unique Perspective to the Origins Debate – T. Mark Moseley