Judges | Jurisprudence | Legal History
This exploratory essay is an admixture of amateur psychology, moral theory, and jurisprudence. It grows out of seminars I have given for judges, and reflects that focus. Co-theorists will now see some of what I have been telling practitioners. And error in my story may be exposed. But one can have no qualms about this. It is especially important to have things put right for judges.
Summers, Robert S., "Working Conceptions of "The Law"" (1982). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. 1198.
Published in: Law and Philosophy, Vol. 1, No. 2 (August 1982).