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Law

This is the set of primary and secondary socially recognized rules.

Primary Rules

These regulate physical action and change in the world.

Secondary Rules

These are rules of recognition and adjudication for primary rules and other secondary rules.

These are composed of external and internal elements, which involve both the recognition of actual legal practices and the recognition of law as a standard from those to whom they apply.

Obligation

This is a question raised regarding how the law compels those to whom they apply.

Formalism

This holds that law is a set of rules that have determinate content.

Rule-Skepticism

This holds that rules are so indeterminate that we should be skeptics about rules.

Indeterminacy

This is a premise made by the author regarding rules, including their application and content, and that judges must render them determinate through their own discretion.

Moral Rules

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