Contested Practices: Arthur Isak Applbaum's Ethics for Adversaries

Jahrbuch für Recht Und Ethik/Annual Review of Law and Ethics 16:254-77 (2002)
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Examines Applbaum's elaboration, on contractualist grounds, of a plausible understanding of adversarial ethics, primarily but not exclusively in the contest of the legal system. Raises criticisms of what are arguably unnecessary concessions and offers the behavior of US government lawyers in the Korematsu case as an example for consideration.

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