Cognitive Jurisprudence – Article by Adam J. Hirsch

From Volume 76, Number 6 (September 2003)
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Our law has no mind of its own. In times past, we have fancied law a product of the Deity, and we are still apt to depict it as something transcendent, or even broodingly omnipresent, if not divine. Some of our lawmakers maintain a tradition of donning garments befitting oracles when they utter their pronouncements.


 

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