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Reason in Law examines the intersection of law and politics: legal reasoning. It teaches students how to examine judicial decisions, encouraging them to become âthoughtful judges of judging.â Using cases ripped from the headlinesâsuch as the Alabama federal courthouse âTen Commandmentsâ case, Ashcroft v. Oregon, and Lawrence v. Texasâauthors Carter and Burke teach through illustrative examples and have assembled a gallery of fascinating cases to engage student interest.
Ultimately, the text attempts to answer the question: âHow can a pluralistic society be ruled legitimately?â If people of differing political allegiances can interpret the same legal text quite differently, how can the rule of law be properly applied?
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About: Reason in Law examines the intersection of law and politics: legal reasoning.
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