ABSTRACT. Dworkin argues that political and legal concepts have a deep structure that determines what these terms really mean. Dworkin identifies legal understanding with judicial methods of rational reconstruction, explaining the internal experience of judging and revealing the ideals that lie behind judicial practice. There is an inevitable evaluation or normative dimension to statements about what the law is, because the very problem is a normative one.


Written by EUGEN NEATA

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