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Law Morality and Legal Justification
Methods and Techniques of Legal Reasoning
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accept accordance action action-guiding capacity anti-foundationalism applying Dworkin's theory applying Eskridge's theory applying MacCormick's theory argu Article 177 Brian Weber claim coherence combination of textual concept concerns Congress consequentialist arguments consider considerations current values Dworkin's theory decide Eskridge Eskridge's theory decide explains H. L. A. Hart intended intentionalist argument interpretive arguments Joseph Raz judge applying Dworkin's judge applying Eskridge's judge applying MacCormick's judicial legal justification legal norm legal positivism legal reasoning legal system legislature MacCormick's theory decide meaning of Article ments Neil MacCormick Oxford paragraph political principle problem provision purpose of Article question reads as follows relevant Robert Alexy Robert Carroll Rome Treaty Ronald Dworkin rules soundest theory specifically statutory interpretation statutory text subjective-teleological argument supra ch supra note Supreme Court Swedish systemic arguments teleological arguments Tellico Dam textual analysis textual and systemic textual argument theory of law theory of legal tion Warsaw Convention