Document Type

Response or Comment

Publication Date

1985

Publication Information

30 Am. J. Juris. 21 (1985)

Abstract

"The present study critically examines the account of legal thought developed in Roberto Unger's very long article, ""The Critical Legal Studies Movement"" (1983), and tests it against Unger's own account of certain ""exemplary"" difficulties in the Anglo-American law of Contract. These scrutinies reveal that Unger's account fundamentally misunderstands the ways of legal thought, and disguises its misunderstanding behind equivocations on ""(in)determinate"" and ""(un)justified."""

Comments

Reprinted with permission of American Journal of Jurisprudence.

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