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Response, Pre-Figuration And Evaluation, Pierre Schlag Jan 1992

Response, Pre-Figuration And Evaluation, Pierre Schlag

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In this response to Professor Rubin, Professor Schlag argues that a prescriptive theory of evaluation does not free an evaluator from the bias inherent in his own pre-figurations. On the contrary, the belief that better evaluative criteria will advance the cause of fairer evaluation is itself an effect of flawed and unrationalized pre-figurations of conventional legal thought. Professor Schlag argues that the evaluation question and its attendant disputes arise from a more significant development--the unraveling of the dominant paradigm of legal thought, the decomposition of normative legal thought.


Post-Modern Hearsay Reform: The Importance Of Complexity, Christopher B. Mueller Jan 1992

Post-Modern Hearsay Reform: The Importance Of Complexity, Christopher B. Mueller

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Writing For Judges, Pierre Schlag Jan 1992

Writing For Judges, Pierre Schlag

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Against Constitutional Theory, Paul Campos Jan 1992

Against Constitutional Theory, Paul Campos

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A Mirror For The Magistrate, Paul Campos Ed. Jan 1992

A Mirror For The Magistrate, Paul Campos Ed.

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