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I want to do an EPQ concerning the question, do we have an obligation to follow the law. Does anyone have any book or journal or specific site recommendations that will be used to help with this question. If so can you please suggest them, it will be greatly appreciated.

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Hello,

I want to do an EPQ concerning the question, do we have an obligation to follow the law. Does anyone have any book or journal or specific site recommendations that will be used to help with this question. If so can you please suggest them, it will be greatly appreciated.

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The question isn't very good. Why are we obliged to do anything? Usually because the law creates obligations. Your question is basically: 'are we obliged to follow society's single biggest creator of obligations?'
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Lots of good recommendations above. Here's one more, directly on the question: Christopher Heath Wellman & A John Simmons, Is There a Duty to Obey the Law? (Cambridge University Press 2005).
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Thanks whoever suggested something useful, appreciate it!
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