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Law and Evil presents an alternative evolutionary
picture of man, focusing on the origins and nature of human evil, and
demonstrating its useful application in legal-philosophical analyses. Using
this representation of human nature, Wojciech Załuski analyses the development
of law, which he interprets as moving from evolutionary ethics to genuine
ethics, as well as arguing in favour of metaethical realism and ius naturale.
(Subjects: philosophy of law, evolution, natural law, evil)