Judicial review without shortcuts: A vindication of the knower from a pragmatist and critical theoretical approach

Philosophy and Social Criticism 47 (1):54-57 (2020)
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In my article, I want to focus on the critique Cristina Lafont makes to expertocracy and epistocracy, mainly through the institution of judicial review, to which she dedicates chapter 7 and part of...

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