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- Indeterminacy and Incommensurability in Constitutional Law
- Steven L. Winter
- California Law Review, Vol. 78, No. 6 (Dec., 1990), pp. 1441+1443-1541
- Subjects: Law, Philosophy, Feminist & Women's Studies
- Key terms: merleau, ponty, constitutional, legal, supra, tushnet, theory, indeterminacy, hereinaft, meaning, incommensurability, realist, politics, situatednes, conservative, realism, ackerman, langdell, phenomenology, critique, stabilize, sense, decisionmak, llewellyn, transcendental
- CiteRank: 0.575
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