The H.L.A. Hart Lecture in Jurisprudence and
1985: Richard Wollheim, 'Crime,
Punishment, and Pale Criminality'
1986: John Rawls, 'The
Idea of an Overlapping Consensus'
1987: Bernard Williams,
'Voluntary Acts and Responsible Agents'
Skinner, 'The Idea of the State' (unpublished)
1989: William J. Brennan
Have a Bill of Rights?'
1990: T.M. Scanlon, 'The
Aims and Authority of Moral Theory'
1991: Joel Feinberg,
Defence of Moral Rights'
1992: Tony Honoré, 'The Dependence of Morality On Law'
H.L.A. Hart Memorial Lecture
Neil MacCormick, 'The
Concept of Law and "The Concept of Law"'
Philippa Foot, 'Does
Moral Subjectivism Rest on a Mistake?'
1995: Morton Horwitz,
is Anglo-American Jurisprudence Unhistorical?'
Thomas Nagel, 'Justice
1997: R.A. Duff, 'Law,
Language, and Community: Some Preconditions of Criminal Liability'
Stephen Breyer, 'The Work of an American Constitutional Judge'
(published as 'Judicial
Violante, 'The Fight against Corruption and Organised Crime under the Rule of Law'
2000: Johan Steyn, 'Pepper
v Hart: A Re-examination'
2001: Ronald Dworkin, 'Hart's
Postscript and the Character of Political Philosophy'
Sir John Laws, 'Beyond
2003: Richard A. Epstein, 'The
Not So Minimum Content of Natural Law'
2004: David Wiggins,
in Ethics: Two Difficulties, Two Responses'
M. Fiss, 'The
War Against Terrorism and the Rule of Law'
L. Coleman, 'The Internal Point of View' (published as 'Beyond the Separability Thesis')
Morris J. Fish, 'An
Eye for an Eye: Proportionality as a Moral Principle of Punishment'
2008: Samuel Issacharoff, 'Political
Safeguards in Democracies at War'
2009: Joseph Raz, 'Responsibility and the Negligence Standard'
Amartya Sen, 'Rights and Responsibility' (published as
Laws, and Language')
2011: John Finnis, 'Equality and Differences'
Christine Korsgaard, 'Kantian Ethics, Animals, and the Law'
Will Kymlicka, 'Animals and the Frontiers of Citizenship'
(published version with Sue Donaldson)
Scheffler, 'Distributive Justice, the Basic Structure, and the Place of Private Law'
Nicola Lacey, 'Responsibility Without Consciousness' | More