The learned Judge has in this work discussed the question of morality in its various facets and ramifications and in the context of the Indian judiciary and the Indian Courts, and such related areas as constitutional philosophy vis-a-vis morality, enforcement of morality and limitation of courts, court’s duty and its jurisdiction, and the extent to which it may enforce morality; how Indian civilization maintained and passed on its moral values from one generation to another, 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 of the issues that have been dealt with in this book. An analysis of the positivist theory of law (pure theory) has been done by the author, and why it does not suit India.
The book will be thought provoking and informative for persons associated with the field of law, behavioural science, sociology, psychology and politics as well as citizens concerned with the social order in society.
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