Critics of inclusive positivism have developed a number of arguments claiming to show that inclusive legal positivism is conceptually incoherent finally it discusses two components to the incorporation thesis the necessity component and the sufficiency component. Inclusive positivists assert that it is conceptually possible but not necessary that the legal validity of a norm should depend on its consistency with moral principles or values exclusive positivists assert the opposite the legal validity of a norm can never be a function of its consistency with moral principles or values. This chapter considers the differences between inclusive and exclusive legal positivism and distinguishes the chapters version of inclusive legal positivism from other accounts it argues that other inclusive legal positivists have not always grasped as well as they might just what it is about the chapters thesis that is objectionable from the exclusive legal positivist point of view
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