1. Why is the concept of law hard, according to Chapter 1?
According to Chapter 1, the concept of law is hard to analyze and most statements about law have been clearly true and deeply puzzling. We have a general idea of the concept of law and its role in different contexts, such as in regards to rules.
2. What are the first two questions that combine into the question of what law is?
The first two questions that combine into the question of what law is, include the question of what makes a law obligatory, how law and morality are related, and
3. How do we speak of justice?
We speak of justice according to the law and the justice or injustice of laws. Law is therefore seen as a branch of morality or justice.
4. What are understood as norms?
Sometimes, rules are understood as norms and are habitually obeyed by a social group.
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