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Morality Law

Morality Law

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  • Publisher: Eastern Book Company
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2012
  • ISBN 10 9350287021
  • ISBN 13 9789350287026
  • Approx. Pages 263 + contents

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Description
This book is an effort to trace the pros and cons of the positivist theory of law (pure theory). To what extent the West suffered because of it, why the positivist theory does not suit India, how morality in law has been dealt with by the Indian higher judiciary, their success and failure, constitutional philosophy vis-a-vis morality, moral philosophy and its necessity, enforcement of morality and limitation of courts, court's duty and its jurisdiction, and the extent to which it may enforce morality, what is civilization with a chapter on Indian civilization, how Indian civilization maintained and passed on its moral values from one generation to another, rise and fall of civilization, how morality is inculcated and passed on from generation to generation, success and failure of Indian legislature and courts to generate and carry forward morality, how a country or the world may suffer with the loss of morality, are some issues that have been dealt with in this book.
The book is thought provoking and informative equally for persons associated with the field of law, behavioural science, sociology, psychology and political personnel as well as citizens concerned with the social order.
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Contents
Table of Cases
1.    Civilizatiion
2.    Glimpses of the Indian Civilization
3.    Evolutiion of Morality
4.    Philosophy of Morality and Law
5.    Morality to Include
6.    Constitutional Morality
7.    Morality in Law
8.    Judicial Overreach
9.    Psychology and Consequence of Immorality
10.  Drawbacks
11.  Afterword
Appendix
Multiolicity of Crime at a Glance
Bibliography
Subject Index
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Author Details
Hon'ble Mr Justice Devi Prasad Singh, born on 20th January, 1953 in village Karma, Tahsil Sadarof District Faizabad, started his academic career from the government primary school of the village, then joined Sree Marwari High School Rangoon (now Yangon), Burma (now Myanmar). He passed his intermediate examination from the Government Intermediate College, Faizabad and obtained his B.Sc., LL.B., degrees from the K.S. Saket (Post Graduate) College, Faizabad, in the State of Uttar Pradesh in India.
He was enrolled as an advocate with the Bar Council of U.P. and joined the Bar in 1976. He started his personal career from Allahabad and shifted to civil court, Faizabad. He shifted to Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court in 1981. He was elected twice as member of the Bar Council of U.P. and worked in different committees of the State Bar Council. While working as Chairman of the Bar Council of U.P. he computerised the office, placed it on website and started a camp office at Lucknow.
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