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Mark Greenberg

Professor of Law
Associate Professor of Philosophy


Mark Greenberg B.A. Johns Hopkins University, 1982
J.D. UC Berkeley-Boalt Hall, 1985
B.Phil. University of Oxford, 1990
D.Phil. University of Oxford, 2000
UCLA Faculty Since 2004
greenberg@law.ucla.edu
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Articles and Chapters


The Moral Theory Impact of Law, 123 Yale Law Journal 1288 (2014). Full Text

The Standard Picture and Its Discontents, in Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Law: Vol. 1 (edited by Leslie Green and Brian Leiter, Oxford University Press, 2011). Full Text

The Communication Theory of Legal Interpretation and Objective Notions of Communicative Content, UCLA School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper 10-35 (2010). Full Text

Moral Concepts and Motivation, 23 Philosophical Perspectives 137-64 (2009). Full Text

Explaining Legal Facts, UCLA School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper 08-19 (2008). Full Text

The Prism of Rules, UCLA School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper 07- 31 (2007). Full Text

Incomplete Understanding, Deference, and the Content of Thought, UCLA School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper 07-30 (2007). Full Text

Reasons without Values?, 2 Social Political and Legal Philosophy 133 (2007). Full Text

On Practices and the Law, 12 Legal Theory 113-136 (2006). Reprinted in "Law: Metaphysics Meaning and Objectivity," 2 Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy 95 (2007).

Hartian Positivism and Normative Facts: How Facts Make Law II, in Exploring Law's Empire (edited by Scott Hershovitz, Oxford University Press, 2006). Full Text

Conceptual Role Semantics (with Gilbert Harman), in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Language (edited by Ernie Lepore and Barry Smith, Oxford University Press, 2006). Full Text

Setting Asymmetric Dependence Straight, UCLA School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory Working Paper 06-03 (2006). Full Text

A New Map of Theories of Mental Content: Constitutive Accounts and Normative Theories, 15 Philosophical Issues 299-320 (2005). Full Text

Goals versus Memes: Explanation in the Theory of Cultural Evolution, in Perspectives on Imitation (edited by Susan Hurley and Nick Chater, MIT Press, 2005). Full Text

Proving Rationality, in Perspectives on Imitation (edited by Susan Hurley and Nick Chater, MIT Press, 2005). Full Text

How Facts Make Law, 10 Legal Theory 157-98 (2004). Reprinted in 1) Scott Hershovitz, ed., Exploring Law’s Empire (Oxford University Press, 2006); 2) 2 Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy (forthcoming); 3) E. Caceres, I. Flores, J. Saldana, and E. Villanueva, eds., Problemas Contemporaneos de la Filosofia del Derecho (Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, 2005); 4) 1 Problema (2006). Full Text

Apocalypse Not Just Now, 21 London Review of Books 19 (July 1, 1999). Reprinted (in Portugese) in Best of (1999). Full Text

The Meaning of Original Meaning (with Harry Litman), 86 Georgetown Law Journal 569-619 (1998). (Runner-up, American Philosophical Association’s Berger Memorial Prize in Philosophy of Law.) Full Text

Federal Power and Federalism: A Theory of Commerce-Clause Based Regulation of Traditionally State Crimes (with Harry Litman), 47 Case Western Reserve Law Review 921-78 (1997).

Dual Prosecutions: A Model for Concurrent Federal Jurisdiction (with Harry Litman), in The Federal Role in Criminal Law (543 Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 72-84 (1996).

Reporters' Draft for the Working Group on Federal-State Cooperation, 46 Hastings Law Journal 1319-38 (1995).

The Appropriate Source of Law for Forum Non Conveniens Decisions in International Cases: A Proposal for the Development of Federal Common Law, 4 Berkeley Journal of International Law 155-197 (1986). (Formerly International Tax & Business Lawyer)


Other


Life's a Game, The Economist (July 13, 2000). Reviewing Nonzero, by Robert Wright.

What Connects Thought and Action?, Times Literary Supplement (June 23, 1995). Reviewing The Elm and the Expert, by Jerry Fodor.

Book Review, 108 Law Quarterly Review 164-169 (1992). Reviewing Legal Theory, Political Theory, and Deconstruction, by M. Kramer.  (Co-author)