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Articulating Justice: The Continental Tradition and the Rule and Language of Law



47 Rutgers L. Rec. 1 (2019) | WestLaw | LexisNexis | PDF

The contemporary era is frequently characterized as one in which the law's legitimacy is under assault. In the popular imagination, this assault inexorably follows from the embrace of a Continental philosophical tradition that claims that “all truths are partial.” Yet a more careful examination of several seminal Continental thinkers suggests that the Continental tradition provides the theoretical foundation for the rule of law that our pluralistic age increasingly lacks. I argue that Continental thought both legitimates American legal traditions and institutions while providing the justification for their dynamism and growth in the face of evolving notions of justice.

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