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  • Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1341158
  • Keyterms: constitutional, argument, framer, intent, supra, commensurability, amendment, theory, dworkin, speech, constitution, constructivist, court, precedent, coherence, supreme, judicial, interpretive, interpretation, practice, justice, kind, meaning, language
  • CiteRank: 327447

Top Words
Word Count
the3007
of2134
to1274
and927
that917
a907
in888
is592
constitutional555
be523
at439
arguments429
as376
or359
see348
Top Bigrams
Bigram Count
of the501
supra note217
that the196
of constitutional155
to the152
constructivist coherence151
in the132
to be123
on the114
it is111
arguments from97
and the83
arguments of77
value arguments77
our constitutional65
Top Trigrams
Trigram Count
constructivist coherence theory57
arguments from text51
moral and political45
of constitutional argument42
our constitutional practice42
the supreme court41
intent of the40
harvard law review38
ought to be35
the intent of34
of the framers32
of constitutional theory32
the category of27
the commensurability problem27
of arguments from25
Top Quadgrams
Quadgram Count
the intent of the34
intent of the framers26
arguments from text and22
kinds of constitutional argument20
arguments of constitutional theory17
practice of constitutional interpretation17
to the commensurability problem16
of our constitutional practice16
of arguments from text14
of the fourteenth amendment14
the practice of constitutional13
in our constitutional practice13
within the category of13
the framers of the13
different kinds of constitutional13
Top Keyterms
Keyterm Weight
constitutional2.0
argument1.993
framer1.991
intent1.986
supra1.985
commensurability1.983
amendment1.983
theory1.982
dworkin1.981
speech1.981
constitution1.981
constructivist1.981
court1.979
precedent1.979
coherence1.979

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