University of Iowa
Larry Alexander and Ken Kress have written one of the most interesting and engaging articles on jurisprudence in recent times- That is not surprising, as they are two of the most consistently interesting and engaging figures on the contemporary legal scene. Their case against the use of Dworkinian legal principles in adjudication is simply devastating. In particular, their argument that Dworkinian legal principles must be identical to correct moral principles in all future cases-their so-called "Argument from Fit" 2 -seems to me unanswerable.
Gary S. Lawson,
A Farewell to Principles
Iowa Law Review
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