Justice in Robes

Justice in Robes

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How should a judge's moral convictions bear on his judgments about what the law is? In these essays, Dworkin charts a variety of dimensions in which law and morals are interwoven. He argues that pragmatism is empty as a theory of law, and that value pluralism misunderstands the nature of moral concepts.... and so, pages later, he insists that he is not aquot;sliding intoaquot; the very realism that he here embraces.74 Darwinian pragmatism helps to explain, moreover, his deep admiration for Oliver Wendell Holmes, whose own essay aquot;The Path of the Lawaquot;anbsp;...

Title:Justice in Robes
Author: Ronald Dworkin
Publisher:Harvard University Press - 2006

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