Example sentences for: dworkin

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  • Some of their criticisms are repeated here by legal academics Laurence Tribe and Ronald Dworkin: Scalia's originalism is too glib, because it doesn't distinguish between what the Constitution says and what its framers expected it to do ; too malleable, because it merely substitutes the guesswork of historians for the musings of moral philosophers; too value-laden, because it imputes an anti-evolutionary purpose to the Constitution.

  • The basics of his judicial philosophy are now usefully collated in this volume, which consists of an essay by the associate justice, followed first by responses from Gordon Wood, Laurence Tribe, Mary Ann Glendon, and Ronald Dworkin, and then by a reply from Scalia.

  • Dworkin wishes to replace the moral teleology of law with obeisance to cultural prejudices, informing us that unjust acts may be countenanced when popular ideology asserts them to be "personal" and hence putatively free of legal restraint.

  • Put Dworkin's Argument out of Its Misery

  • Dworkin reduces the ontological status of the fetus to an issue of ownership by calling it "her" fetus, using an assumption central to the validation of the master-slave relationship.

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