Common law judging : subjectivity, impartiality, and the making of law /
Are judges supposed to be objective? Citizens, scholars, and legal professionals commonly assume that subjectivity and objectivity are opposites, with the corollary that subjectivity is a vice and objectivity is a virtue. These assumptions underlie passionate debates over adherence to original inten...
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
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