13 Ga. L. Rev. [ix] (1978-1979)
Table of Contents--Issue 4

handle is hein.journals/geolr13 and id is 9 raw text is: GEORGIA LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 13                   SuimRi 1979                    Numm 4
ARTICLES - PERSPECTIVES ON RIGHTS
What Is A Right? ............................. Antony Flew    1117
The Basis and Content of Human Rights ....... Alan Gewirth    1143
Ordering Rights Consistently: Or What We Do and Do
Not Have Rights To ......................... Roger Pilon    1171
Three Types of Rights .................. Lawrence C. Becker 1197
Possession As the Root of Title ........... Richard A. Epstein  1221
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Corporations and Rights: On Treating Corporate
People Justly ................................ Roger Pilon  1245
The Right to Life ....................... George P. Fletcher  1371
Human Rights and the Moral Foundations of
the Substantive Criminal Law  ....... David A. J. Richards  1395
Rights and the United States Constitution:
The Declension From Natural Law to Legal
Positivism  ............................. Edwin Vieira, Jr. 1447
Ideology and History ........................ David F. Forte 1501
GO VERNANCE
Tension Between Judicial and Legislative Powers as
Reflected in Confrontations Between Congress and
the  Courts  ..............................................  1513
BOOK REVIEW
FLETCHER: Rethinking Criminal Law ...... Thomas Morawetz      1558
BOOKS RECEIVED ......................................... 1565

VOLUME 13 INDEX         ........................................

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