Law, pragmatism, and democracy: Reply to Somin

Critical Review 16 (4):465-471 (2004)
Abstract While pragmatism cannot resolve deep normative disagreements, it can, as a technique of judicial reasoning, at once resolve satisfactorily the majority of cases that do not involve such disagreements, while protecting democracy from overweening judicial assertiveness.
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