Laying Down the Law -- Mysticism, Fetishism, and the American Legal Mind
University of Colorado Law School
New York University Press, 1998
Laying Down the Law is a collection of short essays aimed at acquainting American law and legal thought with their own postmodern condition. The book contains revised versions of the following previously published essays: Fish v. Zapp, Contradiction and Denial, Normative and Nowhere to Go, Values, This Could be Your Culture, Anti-Intellectualism, Pre-figuration, and How to Do Things with the First Amendment.
Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 26, 1999
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