Dr Wilson

Synopsis

Course focuses on two subjects: how justices should decide (jurisprudence) and how they do decide (behaviorism). The first half of the course is about the history and philosophy of legal justification. The second half examines the empirical evidence about judicial decision making, which culminates in a theoretical model that tries to harmonize philosophy with empiricism. The course has a multidisciplinary focus.


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