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1960

  • ‘The Corporate Clique’, Letter to the Editor, Glasgow University Guardian, 26 February 1960, page 2‘
  • Last Will and Testament’, Glasgow University Guardian, 2 December 1960, page 4

1961

  • Glasgow University Students Handbook: A Guide to Gilmorehill, 1961-2 (as editor)‘
  • Scottish Nationalist Association’, in N. MacCormick (ed.), Glasgow University Students Handbook: A Guide to Gilmorehill, 1961-2, 149-50

1963-65

  • ‘Debate Retrospect: A Cursory Summary of the Year’s Debating’, Guardian Glasgow University Newspaper, 8 March 1963, 2

1965

  • ‘Glasgow Style and Oxford Manners’, The Glasgow Herald, 13 February 1965

1966

  • ‘Can Stare Decisis be Abolished?’, 11 Juridical Review (New Series) 197-213
  • ‘Review of Legal Systems and Lawyers’ Reasonings by J. Stone’ 11 Juridical Review (New Series) 187-191
  • ‘Review of Sovereignty within the Law by A. Larson, C.W. Jenks and others’ 11 Juridical Review (New Series) 283-286
  • ‘Review of Human Law and Human Justice by J. Stone’, Scots Law Times (News) 7-8

1967

  • ‘Seabathing, Sunbathing and Sea Coal’, Scots Law Times (News) 69-71
  • ‘The Misrepresentation Act, 1967’, Scots Law Times (News) 190-192
  • ‘Review of Other People’s Law by Lord Kilbrandon’, 12(2) Journal of the Law Society of Scotland 77-79

1969

  • ‘Balliol’s Experimental Summer School’, 4 (Michaelmas) Oxford Magazine 44-46

1970

  • The Scottish Debate, ed., London: Oxford University Press
  • ‘Introduction’, in N. MacCormick (ed.), The Scottish Debate, London: Oxford University Press, 1-3
  • ‘Independence and Constitutional Change’, in N. MacCormick (ed.), The Scottish Debate, London: Oxford University Press, 52-64
  • ‘Delegated Legislation and Civil Liberty’, 86 Law Quarterly Review 171-180
  • ‘Ius Quaesitum Tertio: Stair v. Dunedin’, 15 Juridical Review 228-246
  • ‘Review of Morality and the Law by S.E. Stumpf’, 20(80) The Philosophical Quarterly 300-301
  • ‘Review of The Ethics of Punishment by W. Moberly’, 20(80) The Philosophical Quarterly 301-302

1971

  • ‘Social Services and Controls’, in H.W.R Wade (ed.), Annual Survey of Commonwealth Law, London: Butterworths, 666-685
  • ‘Review of The Concept of a Legal System: An Introduction to the Theory of Legal System by J. Raz’, 21(85) The Philosophical Quarterly 380-381
  • ‘Review of The Constitutional Decisions of John Marshall ed. by J.P. Cotton’, 18(10) Notes and Queries 394-5

1972

  • ‘Voluntary Obligations and Normative Powers’, 46 Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 59-78 (symposium with J. Raz) (also published with modification as Chapter 10 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Review of Constitutional and Administrative Law by S.A. de Smith’, Summer, Public Law, 174-179

1973

  • Law as Institutional Fact, Edinburgh University Inaugural Lecture, No. 52, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (also published in the Law Quarterly Review in 1974, and as Chapter 2 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
  • ‘Legal Obligation and the Imperative Fallacy’, in A.W.B. Simpson (ed.), Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence, 2nd Series, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 100-130
  • ‘A Note upon Privacy’, 89 Law Quarterly Review 23-27
  • ‘Justice According to Rawls’, 89 Law Quarterly Review 393-417

1974

  • ‘Law as Institutional Fact’, 90 Law Quarterly Review 102-129 (also published by Edinburgh University Press in 1973, and as Chapter 2 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
  • ‘Privacy: A Question of Definition’, 1(1) British Journal of Law and Society 75-78
  • ‘Principles of Law’, 19 Juridical Review (New Series) 217-226
  • ‘The Rise of Scottish Nationalism: A Case of Too Little Too Late?’, 64(256) The Round Table 425-438
  • ‘Jurisprudence in the Law Course: A Footnote’, 13 Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law (New Supplement) 359-62 (1974-1975)
  • ‘A Filial Look at Home Rule’s Founding Father’, 20 November 1974, The Scotsman, 13

1975

  • Independence and Federalism After the Referendum, presented to the Andrew Fletcher Society in June 1975, Dundee: Andrew Fletcher Society, 10 pages
  • ‘Rapports Introductifs de la Responsabilité considérée comme un droit’, 2 Revue de Sciences Criminelle et Droit Pénal Comparé 484-497 (translated into French by D. Chast) (presented at 21 Journées de défense sociales: Journées Franco-Ecossaises, Edinburgh, 25-27 September 1974)
  • ‘We Need a New Politics’, February Life and Work 12-18

1976

  • Lawyers in their Social Setting, ed., Edinburgh: W. Green & Son
  • ‘Editor’s Foreword’, in N. MacCormick (ed.), Lawyers in their Social Setting, Edinburgh: W. Green & Son, vii-ix
  • ‘Accountability, Professionalism and the Scottish Judiciary’, in M.G. Clarke and H.M. Drucker (eds.), Our Changing Scotland, Edinburgh: Polygon Press, 79-86
  • ‘Minority Report’, with I. Aitken, T. Brinton and J. Haviland, Report of the Committee on Financial Aid to Political Parties, Cmnd. 6601, 75-81
  • ‘Justice: An Un-Original Position’, 3 Dalhousie Law Journal 367-384 (presented as a lecture at the Institut für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie der Universität des Saarlandes, 1 June 1975) (also published with modification as Chapter 5 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Children’s Rights: A Test Case for Theories of Right’, 52(3) Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 305-316 (also published with modification as Chapter 8 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
    • Translated into Spanish as ‘Los Derechos de los Niños: una prueba de fuego para las teorías de los derechos’, (1988) 5 Anuario de Filosofia del Derecho 293-306  
    • Reprinted in C. Nino (ed.), Rights, The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, New York: New York University Press, 1992, 75-86
  • ‘Formal Justice and the Form of Legal Arguments’, 6 Etudes de Logique Juridique 103-118
    • Excerpts included in M.D.A. Freeman (ed.), Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence, London: Sweet & Maxwell, Multiple editions, including 1994 and 2001
  • ‘The Mandate Question’, 12 Question (The Independent Political Review for Scotland) 8-9
  • ‘Review of How to Do Things with Rules by W. Twining and D. Miers’ 3(2) British Journal of Law and Society 279-282
  • ‘Review of Independence and Devolution: The Legal Implications for Scotland by J.P. Grant (ed.)’, Scots Law Times (News) 303-304
  • ‘Two-Stranded Support for Legislative Devolution’, 5-6 February 1976, The Scotsman 7

1977

  • Civil Liberties and the Law, presented at Heriot-Watt University on 25 October 1977, Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt University Special Lecture Series, 20 pages (also published with modification as Chapter 3 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Rights in Legislation’, in P.M.S. Hacker and J. Raz (eds.), Law, Morality and Society, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 189-209
    • Translated into German by D. Jaber, as ‘Rechte in der Gesetzgebung’, in M. Stepanians (ed.), Individuelle Rechte, Paderborn: Mentis, 164-183
  • ‘Challenging Sociological Definitions’, 4(1) British Journal of Law and Society 87-94
  • ‘Iudex qui Litem Suam Fecit’, Acta Juridica 149-165
  • ‘Review of Political Alienation and Political Behavior by D.C. Schwartz’, 10(3) Canadian Journal of Political Science 673-674
  • ‘Provincialism and the Scottish Universities’, Question, 18 March 1977,  3
  • ‘Liberty and Law’, Letter to the Editor, The Scotsman, October 27, 1977 [contests a report in the Scotsman of the lecture, repeating his objection to the National Front]
  • ‘Westminster must beware of pushing the SNP into an all-out battle’, The Times, 17 May 1977, page 14

1978

  • Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory, Oxford: Clarendon Press (2nd edition in 1994 with Oxford University Press)
    • Excerpts, mainly from the ‘Introduction’, reprinted under the title ‘Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory’ in N. Kuenssberg (ed.), Argument Amongst Friends: Twenty Five Years of Sceptical Enquiry, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 2010, 28-34
    • Translated into Chinese by J. Feng yi, as Fa lü tui li yu fa lü li lun, Beijing: Fa lü chu ban she, 2005
    • Translated into French by Jérôme Gagey, as Raisonnement Juridique et Théorie du Droit, Paris: P.U.F., 1996
    • Translated into Italian by A. Schiavello, ed.  by V. Villa, as Ragionamento giuridico e teoria del diritto, Torino: G. Giappichelli, 2001
    • Translated into Portuguese by W. Barcellos, as Argumentação jurídica e teoria do direito, São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2006
    • Excerpts included in H. Davies and D. Holdcroft (eds.), Jurisprudence: Texts and Commentary, London: Butterworths, 1991
  • ‘The Obligation of Reparation’, 78 Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (New Series) 175-193 (1977-1978) (presented at a Meeting of the Aristotelian Society, London, 20 March 1978) (also published with modification as Chapter 11 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘The Motivation of Judgement in the Common Law’, in Ch. Perelman and P. Foriers (eds.), La Motivation des Décisions de Justice, Brussels: Bruylant, 167-194 (presented as a lecture at the Centre National de Recherches de Logique, Brussels, 18 May 1976)
  • ‘Privacy and Obscenity’, in R. Dhavan and C. Davies (eds.), Censorship and Obscenity, Oxford: Martin Robertson & Co, 76-97 (also published with modification as Chapter 9 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Does the United Kingdom have a Constitution? Reflections on MacCormick v. Lord Advocate’, 29(1-2) Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 1-20
  • ‘Dworkin as Pre-Benthamite’, 87(4) Philosophical Review 585-607 (extended review essay of R. Dworkin, Taking Rights Seriously) (also published with modification as Chapter 7 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
    • Reprinted in M. Cohen (ed.), Ronald Dworkin and Contemporary Jurisprudence, London: Duckworth, 1984, 182-201
  • ‘Review of Canadian Society in Historical Perspective by S. D. Clark, and The Canadian Class Structure by D. Forcese’, 11(3) Canadian Journal of Political Science 676-677
  • ‘Review of A. Smith, Lectures on Jurisprudence, ed. by R. L. Meek, D. D. Raphael, P. G. Stein’, 88(352) The Economic Journal 837-839

1979

  • ‘Constitutional Points’, in D.I. Mackay (ed.), Scotland: The Framework for Change, Edinburgh: Paul Harris, 47-67
  • ‘Nation and Nationalism’, in C. MacLean (ed.), The Crown and the Thistle, Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 97-111 (also published with modification as Chapter 13 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Constitution’, in C. MacLean (ed.), The Crown and the Thistle, Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 149-155 (also published in a modified version, by SUNY Press, in 1999)
  • ‘Law, Obligation and Consent: Reflections on Stair and Locke’, 65(3) Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 387-411 (presented as the Austin Lecture, UK Association for Legal and Social Philosophy in 1978) (also published with modification as Chapter 4 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Review of Law and Society: Crisis in Legal Ideals, by E. Kamenka, R. Brown and E.R.S. Tay’, 27(3) Political Studies 525

1980

  • ‘The Coherence of a Case and the Reasonableness of Doubt’, 2 Liverpool Law Review 45-50
    • Translated into German, as ‘Die Kohärenz eines Falles und die Vernünftigkeit eines Zweifels’, in M. Martinek et al (eds.), Festschrift für Günther Jahr zum 70 Geburtstag, Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 119-126
  • ‘Wie ernst soll man Rechte Nehmen?’, 11(1) Rechtstheorie 1-7 (review essay of R. Dworkin, Taking Rights Seriously, 1978)
  • ‘Review of Natural Law and Natural Rights, by J. Finnis’, 28(4) Political Studies 651

1981

  • H.L.A. Hart, London: Edward Arnold (2nd edition, with substantive revisions, in 2008 with Stanford University Press)
    • Translated into Japanese by T. Tsunoda, as Hāto Hórigaku no zenizō, Kōyō: Shobō, 1996 (includes new preface)
    • Translated into Spanish by J.M. Pérez Bermejo, as H.L.A. Hart, Madrid: Marcial Pons, 2010
    • Chapter 4, ‘Social Rules’, translated into Spanish by L. Emilfork, as ‘Reglas Sociales’ (1986) 28 Revista de Ciencias Sociales 297-319
    • Excerpts included in H. Davies and D. Holdcroft (eds.), Jurisprudence: Texts and Commentary, London: Butterworths, 1991
  • ‘Stair as Analytical Jurist’, in D. M. Walker (ed.), Stair Tercentenary Studies, Edinburgh: Stair Society, 276-288
  • ‘The Artificial Reason and Judgement of Law’, in A. Aarnio, I. Niiniluoto and J. Uusitalo (eds.), Methodologie und Erkenntnistheorie der Juristischen Argumentation, Rechtstheorie Beiheft [Supplement] 2, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 105-120
    • Reprinted in A. Aarnio and N. MacCormick (eds.), Legal Reasoning, Vol. I, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1992, 167-182
  • ‘Adam Smith on Law’, 15(2) Valparaiso University Law Review 243-263 (also published with modification as Chapter 6 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Natural Law Reconsidered’, 1(1) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 99-109
  • ‘Law, Morality and Positivism’, 1(2) Legal Studies 131-145 (also published as Chapter 6 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
  • ‘The Limits of Reason: A Reply to Dr. Knud Haakonssen’, 67 Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 504-9 (also published with modification as part of Chapters 6 and 13 in Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘The Rational Discipline of Law’, 26 Juridical Review (New Series) 146-160 (presented at the Stair Tercentenary Conference, University of Glasgow, 28 March 1981)
  • ‘A Political Frontier of Jurisprudence: John Chipman Gray on the State’, 66(5) Cornell Law Review 973-985
  • ‘Review of Justice and Liberty by D.D. Raphael)’, 67(4) Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 557-558
  • ‘Review of Judging Justice: An Introduction to Political Philosophy by P. Pettit, and Justice, ed. by E. Kamenka and A. Erh-Soon Tay’, 1(2) Legal Studies 213-216

1982

  • Legal Right and Social Democracy: Essays in Legal and Political Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • Translated into Spanish by L.G. Soler, as Derecho Legal y Socialdemocracia: Ensayos Sobre Filosofia Juridica y Política, Madrid: Tecnos, 1990
    • Chapter 2, ‘Against Moral Disestablishment’, translated into Spanish, as ‘En contra de la ausencia de fundamento moral’, in R. Vásquez (ed.), Derecho y Moral: Ensayos Sobre un Debate Contemporáneo, Barcelona: Gedisa, 1998, 160-182
    • Chapter 13, ‘Nation and Nationalism’, translated into Catalan by A. Colomer and A. Monzon, as ‘Nació i Nacionalismo’, (1988-1989) 8(4) Afers: fulls de recerca i pensament 379-398
    • Excerpts included in H. Davies and D. Holdcroft (eds.), Jurisprudence: Texts and Commentary, London: Butterworths, 1991
  • ‘Law and Enlightenment’, in R.H. Campbell and A.S. Skinner (eds.), The Origins and Nature of the Scottish Enlightenment, Edinburgh: John Donald, 150-166
  • ‘On Analytical Jurisprudence’, in P. Trappe (ed.), Conceptions Contemporaires du Droit, Vol. I, Wiesbaden: Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (Supplementa), 29-41 (also published as Chapter 4 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
  • ‘Coercion and Law’, in P. Trappe (ed.), Conceptions Contemporaires du Droit, Vol. II, Wiesbaden: Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie Supplementa, 259-271 (also published with modification as Chapter 12 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Legal Reasoning and Practical Reason’, in P.A. French, T.E. Uehling Jr and H.K. Wettstein (eds.), Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 7, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 271-286
  • ‘Rights, Claims and Remedies’, in M.A. Stewart (ed.), Law, Morality and Rights, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 161-181 (also published in Law and Philosophy, 1982)
  • ‘Rights, Claims and Remedies’, 1(2) Law and Philosophy 337-357 (also published by Reidel in 1982)
  • ‘The Nature of Legal Reasoning: A Brief Reply to Dr. Wilson’, 2(3) Legal Studies 286-290
  • ‘Legal Right and Social Democracy’, 89(2) Queen’s Quarterly 209-304 (presented as the Corry Lecture at Queen’s University, 19 March 1981) (also published with modification as Chapter 1 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘The Polity and Values: The Question of Moral Disestablishment’, 57(1) International Social Science Review 32
  • ‘Review of Social Order and the Limits of Law: A Theoretical Essay, by I. Jenkins’, 30(1) Political Studies 153-154
  • Review of The Science of a Legislator, by K. Haakonssen’, 30(2) Political Studies 328-329
  • ‘Dr. W.D. Lamont’, 20 November 1982, The Times
  • ‘Boldness on the Bench. Review of What Next in the Law, by Lord Denning’, 4148 Times Literary Supplement, 1 October 1982, 1076

1983

  • ‘Contemporary Legal Philosophy: the Rediscovery of Practical Reason’, 10(1) Journal of Law and Society 1-18 (also published by Dartmouth in 1996)
    • Excerpts included in M.D.A. Freeman (ed.), Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence, London: Sweet & Maxwell, Multiple editions, including 1994 and 2001
  • ‘Jurisprudence and the Constitution’, 36 Current Legal Problems 13-30 (also published as Chapter 8 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
  • ‘Legal Decisions and their Consequences: from Dewey to Dworkin’, 58 New York University Law Review 239-258 (presented as the Dewey Lecture in Jurisprudence, School of Law, New York University, 5 October 1982) (also published with modification as Chapter 6 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
    • Reprinted in A. Aarnio and N. MacCormick (eds.), Legal Reasoning, Vol. II, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1992, 83-102
  • ‘What is Wrong with Deceit?’, 10(1) Sydney Law Review 5-19 (presented as a public lecture at the School of Law, University of Sydney, 22 July 1981)
  • ‘Reply to Mr Tur’, 24(4) Philosophical Books 205-208
  • ‘Gewirth’s Fallacy’, 9(2) Queen’s Law Journal 345-51 (1983-1984) (review of A. Gewirth, Human Rights)
  • ‘At the Side of the Accused. Review of Not Without Prejudice, by D. Napley’, 4164 Times Literary Supplement, 21 January 1983, 66

1984

  • ‘The Idea of Liberty: Some Reflections on Lorimer’s Institutes’, in V. Hope (ed.), Philosophers of the Scottish Enlightenment, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 233-248 (Festschrift for George Davie)
  • ‘On Reasonableness’, in C. Perelman and R. Vander Elst (eds.), Les Notions à Contenu Variable en Droit, Brussels: Bruylant, 233-248 (also published with modification by Notre Dame Law Review in 1999, and as Chapter 9 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Coherence in Legal Justification’, in W. Krawietz, H. Schelsky, H. Winkler and A. Schramm (eds.), Theorie der Normen: Festgabe für Ota Weinberger zum 65. Geburtstag, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 37-53 (also published by Reidel in 1984 and Jurisdiska Fakulteten i Uppsala in 1992)
    • Translated into Italian by M. La Torre as 'La congruenza nella giustificazione giuridica', Chapter 13 of N. MacCormick and O. Weinberger, Il diritto come istituzione, Milan: Dott. A Giuffrè, 1990, 335-357
    • Translated into Italian by P. Comanducci, in P. Comanducci and R. Guastini (eds.), L’analisi del ragionamento giuridico. Materiali ad uso degli studenti, Torino: G. Giappichelli, 1987, 243-263
  • ‘Coherence in Legal Justification’, in A. Peczenik, L. Lindahl and B. van Roermund (eds.), Theory of Legal Science: Proceedings of the Conference on Legal Theory and Philosophy of Science, Lund, Sweden, December 11-14 1983, Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 235-251 (also published by Duncker & Humblot in 1984 and Jurisdiska Fakulteten i Uppsala in 1992)
  • ‘Der Rechtsstaat und die Rule of Law’, 39 Juristenzeitung 65-70
    • Translated into English as ‘“Rechtsstaat” and Rule of Law’, in J. Thesing (ed.), The Rule of Law, Sankt Augustin: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 68-77
  • ‘Analytical Jurisprudence and the Possibility of Legal Knowledge’, 49 Saskatchewan Law Review 1-13 (1984-1985)
  • ‘Review of Max Weber, by A.T. Kronman’, 32(3) Political Studies 512-513
  • ‘Review of Ethics and the Rule of Law, by D. Lyons’, 32(4) Political Studies 695-696
  • ‘Between the One and the Many. Review of Public and Private in Social Life, by S.I. Benn and G.F. Gaus’, 4216 Times Literary Supplement, 20 January 1984, 58
  • ‘Education for Judges’, The Times, Letter, 18 January 1984, 11

1985

  • Grundlagen des Institutionalistischen Rechtspositivismus, with O. Weinberger, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (Schriften zur Rechtstheorie, Heft 113) (published in English in 1986 by Reidel)
  • Conditions of Validity and Cognition in Modern Legal Thought [Geltungs- und Erkenntnisbedingungen im modernen Rechtsdenken], with S. Panou and L. Lombardi Vallauri (eds.), Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag (Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, Beiheft [Supplement] 25)
  • ‘Alcuni problemi circa l’ordine spontaneo’, in S. Ricossa and E. Robilant (eds.), Libertà giustizia e persona nella società tecnologica, Milan: Dott A. Giuffré, 51-68 (presented in Turin in April 1984) (also published, with modifications, under the title ‘Spontaneous Order and the Rule of Law: Some Problems’, in 1986 (Jahrbuch des Öffentlichen Rechts der Gegenwart) and 1989 (Ratio Juris))
  • ‘The Limits of Rationality in Legal Reasoning’, in A-J. Arnaud, R. Hilpinen and J. Wróblewski (eds.), Juristic Logic, Rationality and Irrationality in Law, (Rechtstheorie, Beiheift [Supplement] 8), Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 161-177 (also published as Chapter 9 of An Institutional Theory of Law in 1986)
    • Translated into Spanish, as ‘Los límites de la racionalidad en el razonamiento jurídico’, in J. Betegón and J.R. de Páramo (eds.), Derecho y Moral: Ensayos Analíticos, Barcelona: Ariel, 9-22
  • ‘The Idea of a Free Government’, Occasional Paper of the Wilson Center, Washington: The Wilson Center 7-17 (presented at Johns Hopkins University, 12 September 1985)
  • ‘The Democratic Intellect and the Law’, 5(2) Legal Studies 177-183 (Presidential Address to the Society of Public Teachers of Law, 19 September 1984)
    • Reprinted in M. Del Mar, W. Twining and M. Giudice (eds.), Legal Theory and the Legal Academy, Vol. III, Library of Essays in Contemporary Legal Theory, 2010, Surrey: Ashgate, 43-54
  • ‘A Moralistic Case for A-Moralistic Law?’ 20(1) Valparaiso University Law Review 1-41 (presented as the Seegers Lectures at the Valparaiso School of Law, 26 and 27 March 1985)
  • ‘A Too Brief Reply to D’Amato, Boyle, Cullison and Stith’, 20(1) Valparaiso University Law Review 77-82
  • ‘Review of Good Law: Towards a Rational Lawmaking Process, by H.J.M. Boukema’, 16 Rechtstheorie 503-504
  • Translator of ‘The Digest of Justinian: Book One’, in T. Mommsen and P.J. Krueger (eds.) (English translation edited by A. Watson), The Digest of Justinian, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1-39

1986

  • An Institutional Theory of Law: New Approaches to Legal Positivism, with O. Weinberger, Dordrecht: D. Reidel (originally published in German in 1985 by Duncker & Humblot)
    • Translated into Chinese by Y. Zhou, as Zhi Du Fa Lun, Zhong Guo Zheng Fa Da Xue Chu Ban She (Press of China University of Political Science and Law), 1994 (2nd edition in 2004)    
    • Translated into French by O. Nerhot and P. Coppens, as Pour une théorie institutionnelle du droit, Bruxelles: Story Scientia LGDG, 1992
    • Translated into Italian by M. La Torre, as Il diritto come istituzione, Milan: Dott. A Giuffrè, 1990
  • The Legal Mind: Essays for Tony Honoré, with P. Birks (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • ‘Editors’ Preface’, with P. Birks, in P. Birks and N. MacCormick (eds.), The Legal Mind: Essays for Tony Honoré, Oxford: Oxford University Press, v-vi
  • ‘Speech Acts, Legal Institutions and Real Laws’, with Z. Bańkowski, in P. Birks and N. MacCormick (eds.), The Legal Mind: Essays for Tony Honoré, with P. Birks (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 121-134
    • Translated into French, as ‘La Théorie des actes de langage et la théorie des actes juridiques’, with Z. Bańkowski, in P. Amselek (ed.), Théorie des actes de langage, éthique et droit, Paris: P.U.F., 1986, 195-209
    • Translated into Spanish by J. Calvo González, as ‘La Teoría de los Actos de Habla y la Teoría de los Actos Jurídicos’, with Z. Bańkowski, (1991) 8 Anuario de Filosofía del Derecho 219-238
  • ‘The Interest of the State and the Rule of Law’, in P. Wallington and R. Merkin (eds.), Essays in Memory of Professor F.H. Lawson, London: Butterworths, 169-187 (originally presented as the 5th annual Lawson Lecture, Lancaster University, 12 March 1985) (also published with modification as Chapter 3 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Theory in the Law Curriculum’, with W. Twining, in W. Twining (ed.), Legal Theory and Common Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 238-254
  • ‘Spontaneous Order and the Rule of Law: Some Problems’, 35 Jahrbuch des Öffentlichen Rechts der Gegenwart 1-13 (presented at Liberty Fund conference at Gleneagles, Scotland, July 1986) (also published in Ratio Juris in 1989; earlier version in Italian published by Dott A. Giuffré in 1985)
    • Reprinted in the Hume Reprints Series, no. 2, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 1987, 13 pages
    • Reprinted in S. Ratnapala and G. Moens (eds.), Jurisprudence of Liberty, Sydney: Butterworths, 1996, 67-80 (2nd edition published by LexisNexis in 2010)
    • Translated into Spanish by F. Laporta, as ‘Orden Espontáneo e Imperio de la Ley: Algunos Problemas’, (1989) 6 Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 309-327

1987

  • ‘Hans Kelsen’, in V. Bogdanor (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Institutions, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 309-10
  • ‘Law’, in V. Bogdanor (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Institutions, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 319-321
  • ‘Sovereignty’, in V. Bogdanor (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Institutions, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 583-584
  • ‘Comment on G. Postema’s “The Normativity of Law”’, in R. Gavison (ed.), Issues in Contemporary Legal Philosophy, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 105-113
  • ‘Universalisation and Induction in Law’, in C. Faralli and E. Pattaro (eds.), Reason in Law, Milan: Seminario Giuridico della Università di Bologna, 91-106 (also published with modification as part of Chapter 5 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Smashing the Two-Way Mirror’, in E. Simpson (ed.), Anti-Foundationalism and Practical Reasoning: Conversations between Hermeneutics and Analysis, Edmonton, Alberta: Academic Printing and Publishing, 201-216
  • ‘Why Cases have Rationes and What These Are’, in L. Goldstein (ed.), Precedent in Law, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 155-182 (also published with modification as Chapter 8 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Law’, in D. Miller (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Thought, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 274-294
  • ‘John Austin’, in D. Miller (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Thought, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 27-28
  • ‘William Blackstone’, in D. Miller (ed.), The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Political Thought, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 47
  • ‘Changing Waterfront Uses on the River Clyde, Scotland: A Preliminary Survey’, O.T. Magoon et al (eds.), The Coastal Zone ’87, Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management, Seattle, May 26-29 1987, 4022-4031
  • ‘Review of The Ivory Tower: Essays in Philosophy and Public Policy, by A. Kenny’, 35(4) Political Studies 702
  • ‘Review of A Matter of Principle, by R. Dworkin’, 35(3) Political Studies 533
  • ‘Review of Essays on Kelsen, by R. Tur and W. Twining (eds.)’, 28(3) Philosophical Books 183-186
  • ‘Review of Philosophy and the Criminal Law, ed. by A. Duff and N.E. Simmonds’, 7(5) Canadian Philosophical Reviews 190-192
  • ‘Review of Precedent and Law: Dynamics of Common Law Growth, by J. Stone’, Summer Public Law 297-299
  • ‘Access to the Goods. Review of The Morality of Freedom, by J. Raz’, 4392 Times Literary Supplement, 5 June 1987, 599

1988

  • Constitutionalism and Democracy, presented as the 3rd Lecture at the Scottish National Party Annual National Conference, Inverness, September 1988, Edinburgh: SNP Publications Department, 16 pages
  • ‘Persons as Institutional Facts’, in E. Weinberger and W. Krawietz (eds.), Reine Rechtslehre im Speiegel Ihrer Fortsetzer und Kritiker, Vienna and New York: Springer-Verlag, 371-393 (also published with modification as Chapter 5 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘The Ethics of International Intervention: Reply to Mr. McMahan’, in A. Ellis (ed.), Ethics and International Relations, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 82-85
  • ‘On the Interpretation and Understanding of Case Law’, in S. Panou, G. Bozonis, D. Georgas and P. Trappe (eds.), Theory and Systems of Legal Philosophy, Vol. III, Stuttgart: Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie Supplementa, 134-144
  • ‘The Determinacy of Selves’, in W.J.A. Macartney (ed.), Self-Determination in the Commonwealth, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 112-118
  • ‘Institutions, Arrangements and Practical Reason’, 1(1) Ratio Juris 73-82
  • Japanese translation in (1988) 105 Hogaku Kyokai Zassi 389-408
  • ‘Le Raisonnement juridique’, 33 Archives de Philosophie du Droit 99-112 (also published by  Editions Yvonne Blais in 1992)
  • ‘Courage in Costume. Review of A “Life is too Short” – Autobiography, Vol 1, by N. Fairbairn’, 4426 Times Literary Supplement, 29 January 1988, 107
  • ‘How the Tories Raised the Stakes’, The Scotsman, Friday 18 1988, 17

1989

  • Enlightenment, Rights and Revolution: Essays in Legal and Social Philosophy, with Z. Bańkowski (eds.), Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press
  • ‘Editors’ Preface’, with Z. Bańkowski, in Z. Bańkowski and N. MacCormick (eds.), Enlightenment, Rights and Revolution: Essays in Legal and Social Philosophy, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, ix-xii
  • ‘La Texture Ouverte des Règles Juridiques’, in P. Amselek (ed.), Controverses autour de l’Ontologie Juridique, Paris: P.U.F., 109-126 (also published in English by Edinburgh University Press in 1991)
  • ‘Law, Morality and Discursive Rationality: Foreword’, with J. Wróblewski, in A. Aarnio and K. Tuori (eds.), Law, Morality and Discursive Rationality, Helsinki: Department of Public Law, University of Helsinki, 1-7
  • ‘Some Principles of Statutory Interpretation’, with Z. Bańkowski, in J. van Dunné (ed.), Legal Reasoning and Statutory Interpretation, Arnhem: Youda Quint., 41-53 (presented as one of the Rotterdam Lectures in Jurisprudence, 1 June 1988)
  • ‘Unrepentant Gradualism’, in O.D. Edwards (ed.), A Claim of Right for Scotland, Edinburgh: Polygon Press, 99-109
    • Reprinted in L. Paterson (ed.), A Diverse Assembly: The Debate on a Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1998, 174-182
  • ‘Constitutionalism and Constitutions’, in D. McCrone (ed.), What Scotland Wants: Ten Years On, Proceedings of a One Day Conference on 25 February 1989, Edinburgh: Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland, 3-8
  • ‘Constitutionalism and Democracy’, in O. Weinberger (ed.), Aktuelle Probleme Der Demokratie [Actual Problems of Democracy], Internationales Jahrbuch für Rechtsphilosophie und Gesetzgebung, Vienna: Manzsche Verlags- und Universitätsbuchhandlung, 17-28
  • ‘Discretion and Rights’, 8(1) Law and Philosophy 23-36
  • ‘Spontaneous Order and Rule of Law: Some Problems’, 2(1) Ratio Juris 41-54 (also published in Jahrbuch des Öffentlichen Rechts der Gegenwart in 1986; translation into Spanish referred to under 1986; earlier version in Italian published by Dott A. Giuffré in 1985)
  • ‘Preface’, 62 Southern California Law Review 743-745 (Symposium: The Works of Joseph Raz)
  • ‘The Ethics of Legalism’, 2 Ratio Juris 184-193
    • Reprinted in M. Del Mar, W. Twining and M. Giudice (eds.), Legal Theory and the Legal Academy, Vol. III, Library of Essays in Contemporary Legal Theory, 2010, Surrey: Ashgate, 177-186
    • Excerpts included in M.D.A. Freeman (ed.), Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence, London: Sweet & Maxwell, Multiple editions, including 1994 and 2001
  • Translator, with R. Alder, of R. Alexy, A Theory of Legal Argumentation, Oxford: Clarendon Press

1990

  • ‘Universalisation and Induction in Law’, in South Korean IVR (eds.), Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy East and West: Festschrift for Dr. Ton-Kak Suh’s 70th Birthday, Seoul, 105-118
  • ‘General Legal Concepts’, in T.B. Smith and R. Black (eds.), The Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia, Vol. 11, Edinburgh: The Law Society of Scotland and Butterworths, 359-419 (also published with modification as Chapters 5 to 9 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Reconstruction after Deconstruction: A Response to CLS’, 10 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 539-558 (also published, in a shorter version, by Edinburgh University Press in 1993)
  • ‘Of Self-Determination and Other Things’, 15 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 1-20
  • ‘Commentary on “The Future of Legal Systems” by Thijmen Koopmans’, Edinburgh: David Hume Institute (response to the Presidential Address to the David Hume Institute delivered at Royal Society of Edinburgh, November 1989), 13-18

1991

  • Interpreting Statutes: A Comparative Study, with R.S. Summers (eds.), Aldershot: Dartmouth
  • Controversies About Law’s Ontology, with P. Amselek (eds.), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
  • ‘On Method and Methodology’, with Z. Bańkowski, R.S. Summers and J. Wróblewski, in N. MacCormick and R.S. Summers (eds.), Interpreting Statutes: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 9-28
  • ‘Statutory Interpretation in the United Kingdom’, with Z. Bańkowski, in N. MacCormick and R.S. Summers (eds.), Interpreting Statutes: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 359-406
  • ‘Interpretation and Justification’, with R.S. Summers, in N. MacCormick and R.S. Summers (eds.), Interpreting Statutes: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 511-544
  • ‘On “Open Texture” in Law’, in P. Amselek and N. MacCormick (eds.), Controversies About Law’s Ontology, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 72-83 (also published in French by P.U.F. in 1989)
  • ‘Foreword to English Edition’, in P. Amselek and N. MacCormick (eds.), Controversies About Law’s Ontology, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, vii-x
  • ‘An Idea for a Scottish Constitution’, in W. Finnie, C. Himsworth and N. Walker (eds.), Edinburgh Essays in Public Law, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 159-181
  • ‘Moral Disestablishment and Rational Discourse’, in H. Jung, H. Müller-Dietz and U. Neumann (eds.), Recht und Moral, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, 219-234
    • Translated into German, as ‘Entrechtlichung der Moral und Rationaler Diskurs’, in A. Aarnio et al (eds.), Rechtsnorm und Rechtswirklichkeit, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1993, 547-561
  • ‘Preface’, with W. Twining, in W. Twining (ed.), Issues of Self-Determination, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, xi-xvii
  • ‘Is Nationalism Philosophically Credible?’, in W. Twining (ed.), Issues of Self-Determination, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 8-19 (also published with modification as Chapter 10 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999
    • Translated into Spanish as ‘¿Es filosóficamente creíble el Nacionalismo?’, (1994) 31 Anales de las Cátedra Francisco Suárez 61-71
  • Donoghue v. Stevenson and Legal Reasoning’, in P.T. Burns and S.J. Lyons (eds.), Donoghue v. Stevenson and the Modern Law of Negligence, Vancouver, B.C.: Continuing Legal Education of British Columbia, 191-214
  • ‘Philosophy in Legal Education’, March Scots Philosophical Newsletter 5-9
  • ‘Notes on Narrativity and the Normative Syllogism’, 4(2) International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 163-174 (also published with modification as part of Chapter 4 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Citizens’ Legal Reasoning and its Importance for Jurisprudence’, Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (Beiheft [Supplement] 40) 15-21 (ed. by E. Dais, S. Jorgensen and A. Erh-Soon Tay)
  • ‘Neil Gunn and Nationalism: A Memoir’, 67 (Winter) Chapman 63-64 (1991-1992)
  • ‘Law, State and Feminism: MacKinnon’s Theses Considered. Review of C. MacKinnon, Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, 10(4) Law and Philosophy 447-452
  • ‘Llewellyn Revisited. Review of The Case Law System in America, by K. Llewellyn’, with Z. Wiseman, 70 Texas Law Review 771-779 (1991-1992)
  • ‘Review of D. Lieberman: The Province of Legislation Determined’, 3(2) Utilitas 313-317
  • ‘Doing and Discussing. Review of General Theory of Norms, by H. Kelsen’, 4607 Times Literary Supplement, 19 July 1991, 22

1992

  • Legal Reasoning, Volumes I and II, with A. Aarnio (eds.), Aldershot: Dartmouth
  • The Judicial Application of Law by J. Wróblewski, with Z. Bańkowski (eds.), Dordrecht: Kluwer Publishing
  • ‘Introduction’, with A. Aarnio, in A. Aarnio and N. MacCormick (eds.), Legal Reasoning, Volume I, Aldershot: Dartmouth, ix-xvii
  • ‘Introduction’, with A. Aarnio, in A. Aarnio and N. MacCormick (eds.), Legal Reasoning, Volume II, Aldershot: Dartmouth, xi-xvii
  • ‘Republicanism and Enlightenment Thought: Observations from Scotland’, in A. E. Dick Howard (ed.), The United States Constitution: Roots, Rights and Responsibilities, Washington and London: Smithsonian Inst. Press, 97-114
  • ‘Coherence in Legal Justification’, in De Lege: Skrifter av Fakultetens Hedersdoktorer, Jurisdiska Fakulteten i Uppsala, Yearbook 2, 311-30 (also published by D. Reidel in 1984)
  • ‘La Raisonnement Juridique en Common Law: La Motivation Comme Justification’, in P. Legrand (ed.), Common Law: d’un siècle à l’autre, Cowansville, Québec: Editions Yvonne Blais, 309-332 (also published in Archives de philosophie du droit in 1988)
  • ‘Natural Law and the Separation of Law and Morals’, in R.P. George (ed.), Natural Law Theory, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 105-133
  • ‘Further Thoughts on Institutional Facts’, 5(1) International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 3-15
  • ‘Legal Deduction, Legal Predicates and Expert Systems’, 5(2) International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 181-202 (also published with modification as part of Chapter 4 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘A Deductivist Rejoinder to a Semiotic Critique’, 5(2) International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 215-224 (also published with modification as part of Chapter 4 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘The North Star: Scotland in Europe’, 1 Edit: University of Edinburgh Magazine 26-27
  • ‘Time to Tear Ourselves Away’, Thursday 6 February 1992, The Scotsman
  • ‘Responsibility’, The Scotsman, Letter, 8 February 1992

1993

  • ‘Law’, in P.H. Scott (ed.), Scotland: A Concise Cultural History, Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing, 343-355
  • ‘Reconstruction after Deconstruction: Closing in on Critique’, in A. Norrie (ed.), Closure or Critique: New Directions in Legal Theory, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 142-156 (also published, in a longer version, in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies in 1990)
  • ‘Constitutionalism and Democracy’, in R. Bellamy (ed.), Theories and Concepts of Politics, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 124-147
  • ‘Beyond the Sovereign State’, 56(1) Modern Law Review 1-18
  • ‘Argumentation and Interpretation in Law’, 6(1) Ratio Juris 16-29 (also published in Argumentation in 1995, and with modification as Chapter 7 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
    • Translated into Spanish by J. Bengoetxea as ‘La Argumentación y la Interpretación en el Derecho’, (1993) 36 Revista Vasca de Administración Publica 201-217  
    • Translated into German by J. Jung, as ‘Argumentation und Interpretation im Recht; “Rule-Consequentialism” und Rationale Rekonstruktion’, in G. Teubner (ed.), Entscheidungsfolgen Als Rechtsgründe: Folgenorientiertes Argumentieren in Rechtsvergleichender Sicht, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag, special issue of Arbeiten zur Rechtsvergleichung 169, 1995, 39-53
    • Translated into French by Le Centre de Philosophie du Droit, with the collaboration of E. Soubrenie, as ‘Argumentation et interprétation en droit’, in P. Amselek (ed.), Interprétation et droit, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 1995, 213-226
    • Reprinted in J. Bjarup (ed.), Allmän Rättslära. Texter till Rättskällor, Juridicum: Stockholms Universitet VT, 2005, 73-79
  • ‘H.L.A. Hart: In Memoriam’, 6(3) Ratio Juris 337-338
  • ‘Can a Law be Bad? Review of Norm and Nature, by R. Shiner’, 4696 Times Literary Supplement, 28 April 1993, 23
  • ‘With Due Respect: Ties of Sentiment and the Vindication of Rights. Review of What’s wrong with Rights? by E.F. Kingdom, and Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, by C. MacKinnon’, 4686 Times Literary Supplement, 22 January 1993, 3-4

1994

  • Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory, 2nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press (includes new ‘Foreword’, ix-xvi)
  • Prescriptive Formality and Normative Rationality in Modern Legal Systems, with W. Krawietz and G.H. von Wright (eds.), Berlin: Duncker and Humblot
  • ‘Four Quadrants of Jurisprudence’, in W. Krawietz, N. MacCormick and G.H. von Wright (eds.), Prescriptive Formality and Normative Rationality in Modern Legal Systems, Berlin: Duncker and Humblot, 53-70
  • ‘Legal Concepts’, in R. Asher (ed.) and J.W. Simpson (exec. ed.), Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics, Oxford: Pergamon Press, 2069-2074
  • ‘Diritto, “Rule of Law”, e democrazia’, translated into Italian by E. Diciotti and R. Guastini, in P. Comanducci and R. Guastini (eds.), Analisi e Diritto, Torino: Giappichelli, 189-209
  • ‘What Place for Nationalism in the Modern World?’, in H. McQueen (ed.), In Search of New Constitutions, Hume Papers in Public Policy, No. 2, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 79-95 (presented as Stevenson Lecture in Citizenship, University of Glasgow, 18 June 1994; also published by Westview Press in 1996, and with modification as part of Chapter 11 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Constitutionalism, Democracy and Welfare’, in M. Adler (ed.), Democracy and Social Security, Proceedings of the 5th Annual Erasmus / Tempus Course on ‘Social Security in Europe’, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, 5-8
  • ‘Legal Reasoning and the Institutional Theory of Law’, in P. Koller, W. Krawietz and P. Strasser (eds.), Institution und Recht, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (Rechtstheorie Beiheft [Supplement] 14), 117-139 (also published with modification as Chapter 4 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • The Concept of Law and the Concept of Law’, 14(1) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1-23 (also published by Clarendon Press in 1996) (presented as the Hart Lecture, University of Oxford, 11 May 1993)
  • ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Subsidiarity’, 2 Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet 290-297 (also published by Lothian Foundation Press in 1995; by Sakkoulas Publications in 1994; by Schäffer-Poeschel in 1997; and in Rechtstheorie in 1994) (presented as a Lecture on the occasion of receiving a Doctor Juris honorary degree at the University of Saarland)
  • ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Subsidiarity’, in L. Kotsiris (ed.), Law at the Turn of the 20th Century, Thessaloniki: Sakkoulas Publications, 1994, 185-197 (also published by Lothian Foundation Press in 1995; by Schäffer-Poeschel in 1997; in Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet in 1994; and in Rechtstheorie in 1994)
  • ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Subsidiarity’, 25 Rechtstheorie 281-290 (also published by Lothian Foundation Press in 1995; by Sakkoulas Publications in 1994; by Schäffer-Poeschel in 1997; and in Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet in 1994)
  • ‘On Justification and Interpretation’, with J. Wróblewski, 53 Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 255-268
  • ‘John Smith: An Appreciation’, 8 Scottish Affairs 5-8
  • ‘In Memoriam: Eugene Kamenka’, 17 IVR Newsletter 1-2
  • ‘Review of Interpretation and Legal Theory by A. Marmor’, 105(1) Ethics 195-196
  • ‘Names Can Hurt People: Should “Shameless Indecency” be an Exception to Free Speech? Review of Only Words by C.A. MacKinnon’, 4757 Times Literary Supplement, 3 June 1994, 3-4
  • ‘Free Under the Law. Review of Ethics in the Public Domain, by J. Raz’, 4787 Times Literary Supplement, 30 December 1994, 11
  • ‘Rights of a Sovereign Nation’, The Scotsman, 20 December 1994, page 6
  • ‘Legal Training’, The Scotsman, Letter, 21 June 1994
  • Contemporary Questions in Legal Theory: Intensive Course, ed., Course Reader for the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 202 pages

1995

  • ‘Defeasibility in Law and Logic’, in Z. Bańkowski, I. White and U. Hahn (eds.), Informatics and the Foundations of Legal Reasoning, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 99-117 (also published with modification as Chapter 12 in Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Argumentation und Interpretation im Recht: “Rule Consequentialism” und rationale Rekonstruktion’, in G. Teubner (ed.), Entscheidungsfolgen als Rechtsgrunde, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 39-53 (draws on passages from ‘On Method and Methodology’ in Interpreting Statutes, 1991) (translated into German with the assistance H. Jung)
  • ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Subsidiarity’, in R. Bellamy, V. Bufacchi and D. Castliglione (eds.), Democracy and Constitutional Culture in Europe, London: Lothian Foundation Press, 95-106 (also published in Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet in 1994, and in Rechtstheorie in 1994, both in slightly different versions)
  • ‘Time, Narratives and Law’, in J. Bjarup and M. Blegvad (eds.), Time, Law and Society, Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie, Bieheft [Supplement] 64, Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 111-125 (also published with modification as Chapter 11 in Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
  • ‘Sovereignty: Myth and Reality’, in De Lege: Uppsala University Law Faculty Yearbook (Special Issue ed. by N. Jareborg, ‘Towards Universal Law: Trends in National, European and International Lawmaking’), Uppsala: Iustus Förlag, 227-248 (also published with modification in Scottish Affairs in 1995, and as Chapter 8 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Sovereignty: Myth and Reality’, 11 Scottish Affairs 1-13 (also published with modifications by Iustus Förlag in 1995, and as Chapter 8 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘The Maastricht-Urteil: Sovereignty Now’, 1(3) European Law Journal 259-266
    • Translated into German by the editorial team with the assistance of C. Starck, as ‘Das Maastricht-Urteil: Souveränität heute’ 50 Juristenzeitung 797-800
    • Translated into Spanish, as ‘La sentencia de Maastricht: soberanía ahora’, 55 Debats: Revista trimestral editada por la Institució Alfons el Magnànim 25-30
    • Reprinted in F. Fleerackers, E. van Leeuwen, and B. van Roermund (eds.), Law, Life and the Image of Man: Modes of Thought in Modern Legal Theory, Festschrift for Jan. M. Broekman, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1996, 447-453
    • Excerpts reprinted in D. Chalmers, C. Hadjiemmanuil, G. Monti and A. Tomkins (eds.), European Union Law: Texts and Materials, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006
  • ‘The Relative Heteronomy of Law’, 3(1) European Journal of Philosophy 69-85 (presented at the Legal Theory Workshops Series,  Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 23 September 1994) (also published with modification as Chapter 14 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Argumentation and Interpretation in Law’, 9(3) Argumentation 467-480 (also published in Ratio Juris in 1995)
  • ‘Eugene Kamenka 1928-1994’ 20 Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 1-3
  • ‘The European Union?’, with Z. Bańkowski and A. Scott, RUSEL Working paper No. 22, Department of Politics, University of Exeter, last accessed on 7 November 2010, 10 pages
  • ‘Professor Barrie Wilson: A Tribute by the Provost of Law and Social Sciences’, in 5 Bulletin: The University of Edinburgh News 1 and 24
  • ‘Review of H. Kelsen, General Theory of Norms. Trans. by M. Hartney’, 43(4) Political Studies 784
  • ‘Evils that Mann Did. Review of Crossing Over the Line, Legislating Morality and the Mann Act, by D.J. Langum’, 4800 Times Literary Supplement, 31 March 1995, 10

1996

  • ‘What Place for Nationalism in the Modern World?’, in S. Caney, D. George and P. Jones (eds.), National Rights, International Obligations, Boulder: Westview Press, 34-52 (also published by The David Hume Institute in 1994, and with modification as part of Chapter 11 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • The Concept of Law and the Concept of Law’, in R.P. George (ed.), The Autonomy of Law: Essays on Legal Positivism, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 163-194 (also published in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies in 1994) (presented as the Hart Lecture, at the University of Oxford, 11 May 1993)
  • 'Law and Philosophy: The Rediscovery of Practical Reason', in P.A. Thomas (ed.), Legal Frontiers, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 41-65 (also published in the Journal of Law and Society in 1983
  • ‘Liberalism, Nationalism and the Post-sovereign State’, 44(3) Political Studies 553-567 (special issue ed. by R. Bellamy and D. Castiglione) (also published with modification as part of Chapter 11 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
    • Reprinted in R. Bellamy and D. Castiglione (eds.), Constitutionalism in Transformation: European and Theoretical Perspectives, Oxford: Blackwell, 1996, 141-155
  • ‘Libertad, Igualdad y Nacionalismo’, 130 Sistema: Revista de ciencas sociales 31-49 (translated into Spanish by L. R. Abascal)
  • ‘Institutional Normative Order: A Conception of Law’, 82 Cornell Law Review 1051-1070 (1996-1997) (also published with modification as Chapter 1 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Justice as Impartiality: Assenting with Anti-contractualist Reservations. Review of Justice as Impartiality by B. Barry’, 44(2) Political Studies 305-310
  • ‘The Law is a Mongrel: How a Separate Legal Tradition Underpins Scottish Nationhood. Review of A Legal History of Scotland, Volume 2, by D.M. Walker’, 4845 Times Literary Supplement, 9 February 1996, 3-4
  • ‘Whither Scotland’s Flower?’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 13 December 1996, Issue 1258, Page 16

1997

  • Interpreting Precedents: A Comparative Study, with R.S. Summers (eds.), Aldershot: Dartmouth [see review by Lundmark in American Journal of Comparative Law, 1998, 46(1)]
  • Constructing Legal Systems: ‘European Union’ in Legal Theory, (ed.), Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing
  • ‘Democracy, Subsidiarity and Citizenship in the “European Commonwealth”’, in N. MacCormick (ed.), Constructing Legal Systems: ‘European Union’ in Legal Theory, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishing, 1-26 (also published in Law and Philosophy in 1997, in Diritto Pubblico in 1999, and with modification as Chapter 9 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Introduction’, with R.S. Summers, in N. MacCormick, R.S. Summers and A.L. Goodhart (eds.), Interpreting Precedents: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 1-15
  • ‘Precedent in the United Kingdom’, with Z. Bańkowski and G. Marshall, in N. MacCormick, R.S. Summers and A.L. Goodhart (eds.), Interpreting Precedents: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 315-354
  • ‘Further General Reflections and Conclusions’, with R.S. Summers, in N. MacCormick, R.S. Summers and A.L. Goodhart (eds.), Interpreting Precedents: A Comparative Study, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 531-550
  • ‘The Ideal and the Actual of Law and Society’, in J. Tasioulas (ed.), Law, Values and Social Practices, Aldershot: Dartmouth, 15-37
  • ‘Universal and Particular: The Problem with Precedent’, in A. Aarnio, R. Alexy and G. Bergholtz (eds.), Justice, Morality and Law: A Tribute to Aleksander Peczenik on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday, 16 November 1997, Lund: Juristförklaget i Lund, 261-271
  • ‘On Institutional Normative Order: An Idea About Law’, in E.G. Valdés, W. Krawietz, G.H. von Wright and R. Zimmerling (eds.), Normative Systems in Legal and Moral Theory: Festschrift for Carlos E. Alchourrón and Eugenio Bulygin, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1997, 411-425  
  • ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Subsidiarity’, in M. Herberger, A-W. Scheer and J. Zentes, Entwicklungslinien in Recht und Wirtschaft, Stuttgart: Schäffer-Poeschel, 247-254 (also published in by Lothian Foundation Press in 1995; by Sakkoulas Publications in 1994; by Schäffer-Poeschel in 1997; in Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet in 1994; and in Rechtstheorie in 1994) (presented as a Lecture on the occasion of receiving a Doctor Juris honorary degree at the University of Saarland)
  • ‘Estado de derecho y rule of law’, in J. Thesing (ed.), Estado de Derecho y Democracia, Buenos Aires: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 101-117
  • ‘Democracy, Subsidiarity and Citizenship in the “European Commonwealth”’, 16(4) Law and Philosophy 331-356 (also published by Kluwer Academic Publishing in 1997, in Diritto Pubblico in 1999, and with modification as Chapter 9 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Law as Institutional Normative Order’, 28 Rechtstheorie 219-234 (contribution to special issue, ed. by A. Aarnio and W. Krawietz, ‘New Approaches and Ways of Legal Thinking: the Otto Brusiin Lectures 1982-1997’) (also published with modification as Chapter 1 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘The Memory of Sir Walter Scott’, (1997) Bulletin of the Edinburgh Walter Scott Society 6-14
  • ‘Speaking Volumes: J.M. MacCormick’s The Flag in the Wind’, The Times Higher Education Supplement, 26 December 1997, Issue 1312, page 22
  • ‘Scottish National Party’, April Round&About 6
  • ‘Why the Finns look to Scotland’, The Independent Argyll & Bute (DATE UNKNOWN, PAGE UNKOWN)
  • ‘Stop Grousing and Play Rugby’, Daily Record, January 9, 1997

1998

  • Laws, Institutions and Facts, with H. de Jong (eds.), 17(3) Law and Philosophy 213-345 (Special Issue)
  • ‘Sovereignty or Subsidiarity? Some Comments on Scottish Devolution’, in A. Tomkins (ed.), Devolution and the British Constitution, London: Key Haven Publications, 1-18
  • ‘Sovereign States and Vengeful Victims: The Problem of the Right to Punish’, with D. Garland, in A. Ashworth and M. Wasik (eds.), Fundamentals of Sentencing Theory: Essays in Honour of Andrew von Hirsch, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 11-30
  • ‘Weinberger, O’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 701-702
  • ‘Villey, M’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 614-615
  • ‘Savigny, F. K. von’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 482-483
  • ‘Renner, K’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 267-268
  • ‘Pound, R’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 609-610
  • ‘Pothier, R.J.’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 608-609
  • ‘Llewellyn, K.N.’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 661-662
  • ‘Hohfeld, W.N.’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 476-477
  • ‘Hart, H.L.A.’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 234-236
  • ‘Frank, J’ , in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 725-726
  • ‘Legal Reasoning and Argumentation’, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 525-531
  • ‘Law, Philosophy of’, with B. Brown, in E. Craig (ed.), Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge, 464-468
  • ‘The English Constitution, the British State, and the Scottish Anomaly’, Scottish Affairs (Special Issue ‘Understanding Constitutional Change’, Edinburgh (The British Academy Lecture 1997), 129-146 (also published in Proceedings of the British Academy in 1999, and with modification as Chapter 4 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘The Dialectic of Might and Right: Legal Positivisms and Constitutional Change’, 51 Current Legal Problems 37-63 (special issue, ed. by M.D.A Freedman, ‘Legal Theory at the End of the Millennium’, Oxford: Oxford University Press) (also published with modification as Chapter 5 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Raimo Siltala, A Theory of Precedent: From Analytical Positivism to A Post-Analytical Philosophy of Law, Opponent’s Review’, 4 Oikeus 424-432
  • ‘Norms, Institutions and Institutional Facts’, 17(3) Law and Philosophy 301-345 (also published with modification as Chapters 1 and 2 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘After Sovereignty: Understanding Constitutional Change’, 9 The King’s College Law Journal 20-38 (also published with modification as Chapter 6 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Precedent as a Source of Law’, 60 Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie 177-185 (special issue ed. by E. Attwooll and P. Comanducci)
  • ‘The Significance of Precedent’, Acta Juridica 174-187
    • Reprinted in G. Bradfield and D. van der Merwe (eds.), “Meaning” in Legal Interpretation, Cape Town: Juta & Co Ltd, 174-187
  • ‘Reasonableness and Objectivity’, 74(5) Notre Dame Law Review 1575-1603 (1998-1999) (also published with modification by Bruylant in 1984, and as Chapter 9 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
    • Translated into Spanish by F. Atria, as ‘Razonabilidad y Objetividad’ (2002) 45 Revista de Ciencias Sociales 399-436
    • Reprinted in F. Atria and N. MacCormick (eds.), Law and Legal Interpretation, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003, 527-555
  • ‘The Scottish Parliament as Law-Maker: Laws for an Information Age?’, 29(3) Law Librarian 152-156 (presented as the Annual Lecture of the Scottish Group of the Society for Computers and Law, Edinburgh, 18 June 1998)
    • Also published, in a shorter version, in (1998) 9(4) Computers and Law 22-23
  • ‘Preface’, with H. de Jong, 17(3) Law and Philosophy 213
  • ‘A Parliament Once Again?’, 4976 Times Literary Supplement, 14 August 1998, 11-12
  • ‘Risking Constitutional Collision in Europe?’, 18(3) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 517-532 (review of D. Rossa Phelan, Revolt or Revolution: The Constitutional Boundaries of the European Community) (also published with modification as Chapter 7 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Jurisprudence, Democracy, and the Death of the Weimar Republic. Review of Popular Sovereignty and the Crisis of German Constitutional Law by P.C. Caldwell and Legality & Legitimacy by D. Dyzenhaus’, 77(4) Texas Law Review 1095-1106 (1998-1999)
  • ‘To “Ought” from “Is”. Review of The Disintegration of Natural Law: Aquinas to Finnis, by P.C. Westerman’, 4980 Times Literary Supplement, 11 September 1998, 26
  • ‘Introduction’, in A. Artosi, M. Atienza and H. Yoshino (eds.), From Practical Reason to Legal Computer Science. IVR 17th World Congress Bologna, 16-21 June, 1995, Proceedings, Bologna: CLUEB, 7-12
  • ‘Time for a Rethink about Ferries’, Herald Scotland, 10 July 1998
  • ‘Independence has to be Transformed from Abstract Ideal to Concrete Proposal’, Herald Scotland, 14 November 1998
  • ‘Obituary: Allan Macartney’, The Independent, Thursday 27 August 1998
  • ‘Right of Reply: The SNP's constitutional affairs spokesman counters David Aaronovitch's attack on the Scots’, The Independent, 4 September 1998

1999

  • Questioning Sovereignty: Law, State and Nation in the European Commonwealth, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • Translated into Italian by A. Torre, as La sovranità in discussione, Bologna: Società editrice il Mulino, 2003
    • Excerpts from Chapter 6 included in M.D.A. Freeman (ed.), Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence, London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2001
  • Laws, Facts and Values, ed., Law and Philosophy, 18(5) 443-577 (Special Issue)
  • ‘My Philosophy of Law’, in L. Wintgens (ed.), The Law in Philosophical Perspective: My Philosophy of Law, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 121-145 (also published with modification as part of Chapter 1 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Nation and Nationalism’, in R. Beiner (ed.), Theorizing Nationalism, Albany: SUNY Press, 189-204 (also published, in an earlier version, by the Scottish Academic Press, in 1979, and with modification as Chapter 13 in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982)
  • ‘Does a Nation Need a State? Reflections on Liberal Nationalism’, in E. Mortimer and R. Fine (eds.), People, Nation and State: The Meaning of Ethnicity and Nationalism, London: I.B. Tauris, 125-137
  • ‘Rhetoric and the Rule of Law’, in D. Dyzenhaus (ed.), Recrafting the Rule of Law: the Limits of Legal Order, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 163-177 (also published by the Philosophy Documentation Center in 2001, and with modification as Chapter 2 of Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005) (presented at the Perelman Symposium, 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, 1998)
    • Translated into Spanish by I. Linfante, as ‘Retórica y Estado de Derecho’, (1999) 21 Isegoría: Revista de filosofía moral y política, 5-21
  • ‘Can Judges Make Mistakes?’, in H. Jung and E. Neumann (eds.), Rechtsbegründung – Rechtsbegründungen, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlaggeselsschaft, 76-89 (presented as the Annual Lecture of the Centre for Law and Society, University of Edinburgh, 1986) (also published with modification as Chapter 13 in Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, 2005)
    • Translated into Basque by J. Bengoetxea Caballero, as ‘Akatsik egin al dezakete epaileek?’, (2003) 10 Eleria: Euskal Herriko Legelarien Aldizkaria 113-123 (republished in the same journal (2006) 15, 145-155)
  • ‘Powers and Power-Conferring Norms’, in S. Paulson (ed.), Normativity and Norms: Critical Perspectives on Kelsenian Themes, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 493-506 (an earlier and narrower version was presented at the 5th Siena Kelsen Symposium, June 1993) (also published with modification as Chapter 9 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Decentralisation, Devolution and Confederal Independence’, in E. Bort and R. Keat (eds.), The Boundaries of Understanding, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 197-208
  • ‘The Impact of Information Technology on Legal Scholarship: Commentary’ (comment on paper by R. Susskind), in T. Coppock (ed.), Information Technology and Scholarship: Applications in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 186-188
  • ‘The English Constitution, the British State, and the Scottish Anomaly’, 101 Proceedings of the British Academy 289-306 (also published in Scottish Affairs in 1998, and with modification as Chapter 4 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Institutions and Laws Again’, 77(6) Texas Law Review 1429-1441
  • 'Democracy and Subsidiarity', 1 Diritto Pubblico 49-60 (also published by Law and Philosophy in 1997, by Kluwer Academic Publishing in 1997, and with modification as Chapter 9 in Questioning Sovereignty, 1999)
  • ‘Editor’s Preface’, 18(5) Law and Philosophy 443-445 (Special Issue on ‘Laws, Facts and Values’)
  • ‘Untitled [describing Adam Smith and John MacCormick]’, 20 The Scottish Review 62-64 (A contribution to a symposium on ‘The Greatest Scot of the 20th Century and the Greatest Scot in History’)
  • ‘Law is the New World Order. Review of Crimes Against Humanity, by G. Robertson’, The Sunday Herald, August 15 1999, 9
  • Review of Institutional Theory of Law by Peter Morton’, Law Quarterly Review, 1999, 145-148
  • ‘Scotland and Europe Membership Would Continue’, Herald Scotland, 1 June 1999
  • ‘Negotiation on Several Fronts’, Herald Scotland, 5 June 1999
  • ‘Plight of Arran Aromatics’, Herald Scotland, 17 June 1999
  • ‘Action to End the ‘Banana War’’, Herald Scotland, 23 September 1999

2000

  • Stands Scotland Where She Did? New Unions for Old in these Islands, presented as the 6th John Maurice Kelly Memorial Lecture, 21 October 1999, Dublin: Faculty of Law, University College Dublin, 27 pages
  • ‘Legality Without Legalism’, with Z. Bańkowski, in W. Krawietz, R.S. Summers, O. Weinberger, and G.H. von Wright, The Reasonable as Rational? On Legal Argumentation and Justification, Festschrift for Aulis Aarnio, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 181-195
  • ‘Ethical Positivism and the Practical Force of Legal Rules’, in T. Campbell and J. Goldsworthy (eds.), Judicial Power, Democracy and Legal Positivism, Aldershot: Ashgate, 37-57
  • ‘Wrongs and Duties’, in M. Friedman, L. May, K. Parsons and J. Stiff (eds.), Rights and Reason: Essays in Honour of Carl Wellman, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 139-155 (also published with modification as Chapter 6 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Devolved Lands: 1. “Independence in Europe”: A Liberal Road for the Scottish National Party’, in J. Prest (ed.), Balliol College Annual Record 2000, Oxford: Oxuniprint (Oxford University Press), 11-14
  • ‘Is There a Constitutional Path to Scottish Independence?’, 53(4) Parliamentary Affairs 721-736
  • ‘Problems of Democracy and Subsidiarity’, 6(4) European Public Law 531-542 (presented as a lecture at the University of Hull on 11 December 1999)
  • ‘SNP on Europe’, The Sunday Herald, 20 August 2000, Letter
  • ‘SNP Follows Logic of Independence in Europe’, Herald Scotland, 9 October 2000
  • ‘Maximum Benefits of Glasgow’s Grand Watercourse’, Herald Scotland, Letter, 25 September 2000
  • ‘The Republic and Religion’, The Guardian, Letters, 9 December 2000

2001

  • A Special Conception of Juvenile Justice: Kilbrandon’s Legacy, presented as the 5th Kilbrandon Child Care Lecture, University of Glasgow, 1 November 2001, Publisher unknown, Pamphlet held by Law and Europa Library, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, 27 pages
  • De Iurisprudentia’, in J. Cairns and O. Robinson (eds.), Critical Studies in Ancient Law, Comparative Law and Legal History: Essays in Honour of Alan Watson, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 79-82
  • ‘Integration and Integrity in the Legal Reasoning of the European Court of Justice’, with J. Bengotxea and L. Moral Soriano, in G. De Burca and J.H.H. Weiler (eds.), The European Court of Justice, Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 43-86
  • ‘Rhetoric and the Rule of Law’, in D.M. Rasmussen (ed.), Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Charlottesville: Philosophy Documentation Center, Vol. 11, 51-67 (also published by Hart Publishing in 1999)
  • ‘Some Observations about Sovereignty’, in European Law Students’ Association – International (ed.), International Law as We Enter the 21st Century, Berlin: Berlin Verlag Arno Spitz GmbH, 15-23
  • ‘Foreword’, in J. Moore and K. Munro, Scottish Official Publications: An Introduction and Guide, Edinburgh: The Stationary Office, vii-ix
  • ‘On the Very Idea of a European Constitution: Jurisprudential Reflections from the European Parliament’, 3 Juridisk Tidskrift vid Stockholms universitet 529-541 (2001-2002) (presented as the Cassel lecture at the University of Stockholm on 1 June 2001)
  • ‘A Comment on the Governance Paper’, in C. Joerges, Y. Meny and JHH. Weiler (eds.), Symposium: Mountain or Molehill? A Critical Appraisal of the Commission White Paper on Governance, a contribution to the Jean Monnet Working Paper No.6/01 (last accessed 6 December 2012)
  • ‘Inserting Safeguards in European Arrest Warrants’, The Scotsman, 21 December 2001

2002

  • ‘Untitled’, in T. Devine and P. Logue (eds.), Being Scottish: Personal Reflections on Scottish Identity Today, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 152-154
  • ‘Prólogo’, with Z. Bańkowski, in L. Moral Soriano, El Precedente Judicial, Madrid: Marcial Pons, 9-10
  • ‘On the Very Idea of Intellectual Property: An Essay according to the Institutionalist Theory of Law’, 3 Intellectual Property Quarterly 228-239 (presented as the SCRIPT Presidential Lecture, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, 11 February 2002) (also published with modification as parts of Chapters 8 and 13 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘EU Update on Legal Aid; Trade in Services; Single Market; Employment Law; Company Law; and a Note on the Convention on the Future of Europe’, 1 December, The Journal Online: The Members’ Magazine of the Law Society of Scotland (last accessed on 13 June 2011)
  • ‘The Real Financial Priorities for MEPs’, Herald Scotland, 16 September 2002
  • ‘Scotland and the Future of Europe’, Herald Scotland, 5 November 2002
  • ‘A European Vote on Media Concentration’, Herald Scotland, 21 November 2002
  • Scotland in the European Parliament: A View of Scotland’s Potential in Europe, presented with I. Hudghton, 15 minute film, Edinburgh: Picture Perfect Production for the G/EFA Group in the European Parliament
  • Why a European Parliament: A Guide to European Decision-Making, presented with I. Hudghton, 15 minute film, Edinburgh: Picture Perfect Production for the G/EFA Group in the European Parliament

2003

  • The New European Constitution: Legal and Philosophical Perspective, Warszawa: Biuro Trybunału Konstytucyjnego (originally presented as the Leon Petrazycki lecture, at the Polish Constitutional Tribunal, 11 June 2003, translated into Polish by W. Mleczko)
  • Law and Legal Interpretation, with F. Atria (eds.), Aldershot: Ashgate
  • ‘Introduction’, with F. Atria, in F. Atria and N. MacCormick (eds.), Law and Legal Interpretation, xi-xxxiii
  • ‘Republicanism, Fletcher and Ferguson’, in P.H. Scott (ed.), The Saltoun Papers: Reflections on Andrew Fletcher, Edinburgh: Saltire Society, 31-39
  • ‘How to Have a Healthy Constitution? Reviewing Allott’s Health of Nations’, 40(6) Common Market Law Review 1537-1549
  • ‘Fishing Industry will be Key Election Issue’, The Scotsman, 4 January 2003
  • ‘SNP’s reckoning on benefits of the EU’, Letter, The Scotsman, 10 January 2003
  • ‘SNP Not Behind the New EU Draft’, Letter, The Scotsman, 14 February 2003
  • ‘Open-Door Approach’, Letter, The Scotsman, 20 February 2003
  • ‘A Strengthened Definition of Subsidiarity’, The Scotsman, 14 March 2003
  • ‘Extension of Powers is Implicit in Scotland Act’, The Scotsman, 25 April 2003
  • ‘Europe…The Devil will be in the Detail’, The Scotsman, 16 May 2013
  • ‘First Step on the Road to Ruin for Scotland’, Scotland on Sunday (Supplement), 8 June 2003, 8
  • ‘EU Constitution and Democracy’, The Times, July 11 2003
  • ‘We Must Fly our Flag to Keep Funds’, The Scotsman, 14 July 2003
  • ‘Europe’s Beleaguered Nations’, The Scotsman, 12 December 2003 [A Review of C. Booker and R. North, The Great Deception]

2004

  • A Union of Its Own Kind? Reflections on the European Convention and the Proposed Constitution of the European Union, Edinburgh: Neil MacCormick (personal publication), 40 pages
  • ‘Questioning Post-Sovereignty’, 29(6) European Law Review 852-863
  • ‘The European Constitutional Convention and the Stateless Nations’, 18(3) International Relations 331-344 (presented as the Inaugural Lecture marking the establishment of the Wales in Regional Europe (WiRE) project at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 3 November 2003)
  • ‘Doubts about the “Supreme Court” and Reflections on MacCormick v. Lord Advocate’, 3 Juridical Review 237-250

2005

  • Rhetoric and the Rule of Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press
    • Translated into Portuguese by C. Hübner Mendes and M.P. Veríssimo, as Retórica e o Estado de Direito, Rio de Janeiro: Elsevier, 2008
    • Chapter 5, ‘Universals and Particulars’, translated into Spanish by G. Moro, as ‘Universales y particulares’ (2009) 32 Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 127-150
    • Chapter 3, ‘On the Legal Syllogism’, translated into Spanish by F. Laporta, as ‘La argumentación silogística: una defensa matizada’ (2007) 30 Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 321-334 (this chapter was first presented as the John Dewey Lecture, University of Minnesota, 2000)
  • Who’s Afraid of a European Constitution?, Exeter: Imprint Academic
  • ‘New Unions for Old’, in W. L. Miller (ed.), Anglo-Scottish Relations from 1900 to Devolution and Beyond, Proceedings of the British Academy, Vol. 128, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 249-255
  • ‘Legislative Deliberation: Notes from the European Parliament’, in L. Wintgens (ed.), The Theory and Practice of Legislation: Essays on Legisprudence, Aldershot: Ashgate, 285-296
  • ‘The Sovereignty Issue in the EU Constitution’, in M.C. Specchia and S. Suppa (eds.), Quaderni del Dottorato 2003, Torino: Giappichelli Editore, 69-76 (presented at a workshop at Bari, 30 October 2003)
  • ‘The European Constitutional Process: A Theoretical View’, 39 Anales de la Cátedra Francisco Suárez 289-313 (Special issue, ‘Derecho y justicia en una sociedad global’, ed. by M. E. Castillo and M.S. L López) (published earlier, in a non-authoritative version for the IVR Congress, in M. Scarmilla and M. Saavedra (eds.), Law & Justice in a Global Society, Spain: Anales de la Cátedra Francisco Suárez, 299-319 (and in Spanish at 275-297))
  • ‘Adam Ferguson: How Civil will Future Society Be?’, in B. Shimshon (ed.), Enlightenment Lectures 2002, Glasgow: Smith Institute, 17-24
  • ‘The Health of Nations and the Health of Europe’, 7 The Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies 1-16 (presented as the Mackenzie Stuart Lecture at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, 11 November 2004)
  • ‘Taking Responsibility Seriously’, 9(1) Edinburgh Law Review 168-175 (review essay of Responsibility in Law and Morality by P. Cane) (also published with modification as parts of Chapters 6, 12 and 13 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Review of A Life of H.L.A. Hart: The Nightmare and the Noble Dream, by Nicola Lacey’, 14(3) Social & Legal Studies 433-435

2006

  • The European Union and the Idea of a Perfect Commonwealth, presented as the 2006 Hume Lecture on 1 March 2006, Hume Occasional Paper No. 68, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 29 pages
    ‘Particulars and Universals’ in Z. Bańkowski and J. MacLean (eds.), The Universal and the Particular in Legal Reasoning, Aldershot: Ashgate, 25-40
  • ‘An Attempted Response’, in Z. Bańkowski and J. MacLean (eds.), The Universal and the Particular in Legal Reasoning, Aldershot: Ashgate, 253-264
  • ‘Does Law Really Matter?’, in M. Leskiewicz (ed.), Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association Annual Publication, Brisbane: UQ Vanguard, 5-23 (presented as the Inaugural Lecture of the Australian Legal Philosophy Students Association, Brisbane, 2005) (also published with modification as part of Chapter 4 in Institutions of Law, 2007)
  • ‘Review of John Smith: A Life by M. Stuart’, 56 Scottish Affairs 142-145
  • ‘Entrevista a Neil MacCormick’, with M. Atienza, translated into Spanish by M. Atienza, 29 Doxa: Cuadernos de filosofía del derecho 479-489
  • ‘Founding Principles’, Letter, The Scotsman, 15 August 2006

2007

  • Institutions of Law: An Essay in Legal Theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press [Review by Tim Murphy?]
  • ‘Why Law Makes No Claims’, in G. Pavlakos (ed.), Law, Rights and Discourse: The Legal Philosophy of Robert Alexy, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 59-68
  • ‘Sir Neil MacCormick’, in M.E.J. Nielson (ed.), Legal Philosophy: 5 Questions, New York: Automatic / VIP Press, 171-186
  • ‘A Common Approach to Crime? Observations on the European Arrest Warrant and the Democratic Deficit’ in H. Müller-Dietz, E. Müller, K-L Kunz, H. Radtke, G. Britz, C. Momsen and H. Koriath (eds.), Festschrift für Heike Jung zum 65. Geburtstag am 23. April 2007, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 535-541
  • ‘Judicial Independence: Who Cares?’, 151 Proceedings of the British Academy 195-212 (presented as the 2006 British Academy Law Lecture)
  • ‘On Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations’, 11(2) Edinburgh Law Review 149-161
  • ‘The Law School of the University of Edinburgh: Tercentenary Address held in the McEwan Hall, February 2007’ 53(2) University of Edinburgh Journal 84-87
  • ‘Ronald Dworkin: Mr Justice. Review of Exploring Law’s Empire, by S. Hershovitz (ed.); Is Democracy Possible Here?, by R. Dworkin; Justice in Robes, by R. Dworkin; and Ronald Dworkin, by A. Ripstein (ed.)’, 5462 Times Literary Supplement, 5 December 2007, 3-5
  • ‘SNP Minority’, Letter, The Scotsman, 5 November 2007
  • ‘Legality of a referendum on the future of the Union and the right of the people to decide’, The Herald (Glasgow), Letter, 10 May 2007

2008

  • Practical Reason in Law and Morality, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • H.L.A. Hart, 2nd ed. Stanford: Stanford University Press
  • ‘MacCormick on MacCormick’, in A.J. Menéndez and J.E. Fossum (eds.), The Post-Sovereign Constellation: Law and Democracy in Neil D. [sic] MacCormick’s Legal and Political Theory, Report 04/08, Oslo: Arena, 11-20 (also published in 2011 by Springer)
  • ‘The Convention and its Constitution: All a Great Mistake?’, in H. Petersen, A.L. Kjær, H. Krunke and M.R. Madsen (eds.), Paradoxes of European Legal Integration, Aldershot: Ashgate, 17-27
  • ‘Church of Scotland’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 128
  • ‘Revolution’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1020-1021
  • ‘Scottish Parliament’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1059-1060
  • ‘Treaty of Union’, in P. Cane and J. Conaghan (eds.), The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1192
  • ‘Introduction’, in J. MacCormick, The Flag in the Wind: The Story of the National Movement in Scotland, Edinburgh: Berlinn, ix-xvii
  • ‘A Reply to Comments on Rhetoric and the Rule of Law’, 59(1) Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 43-48
  • ‘Review of Our Knowledge of the Law, by G. Pavlakos and Law as a Moral Idea, by N. Simmonds’, 12(1) Edinburgh Law Review 150-153

2009

  • ‘Stair and the Natural Law Tradition: Still Relevant?’, in H. MacQueen (ed.), Miscellany Six, Edinburgh: The Stair Society, 1-10 (presented as a lecture at the Annual General Meeting of the Stair Society, Edinburgh, 3 November 2007)
  • ‘Concluding for Institutionalism’, in M. Del Mar and Z. Bańkowski (eds.), Law as Institutional Normative Order, Surrey: Ashgate, 187-200

2010

  • ‘Sovereignty and After’, in H. Kalmo and Q. Skinner (eds.), Sovereignty in Fragments: The Past, Present and Future of a Contested Concept, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 151-168

2011

  • ‘MacCormick on MacCormick’, in A.J. Menéndez and J.E. Fossum (eds.), Law and Democracy in Neil MacCormick’s Legal and Political Theory: The Post-Sovereign Constellation, Dordrecht: Springer, 17-24 (also published by Arena in 2008)
  • ‘Direito, Interpretação e Razoabilidade’, R. Porto Macedo Jr (ed.), Direito e Interpretação: Racionalidade e Instituições, São Paulo: Editora Saraiva, 31-62
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