The Limits of Epistemic Legalism: A Reply

Posted: 12 Dec 2010 Last revised: 23 Mar 2012

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Date Written: December 11, 2010

Abstract

This is Adrian Vermeule’s reply to the scholars' comments in the symposium on his book "LAW AND THE LIMITS OF REASON," in the second issue of The Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies (p. 5-55). The issue includes the following critical comments: Alon Harel, The Vices of Epistemic Institutionalism, 2 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 5 (2010); Rivka Weill, Can We Reason About Reason? On Adrian Vermeule’s Law and the Limits of Reason, 2 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 15 (2010); Ori Aronson, Getting It Right: Institutional Design and Epistemic Competence in Law and the Limits Of Reason, 2 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 32 (2010).

Keywords: Adrian Vermeule, Law and the Limits of Reason

Suggested Citation

Vermeule, Adrian, The Limits of Epistemic Legalism: A Reply (December 11, 2010). Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, Vol. 2, pp. 47-55, 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1723824

Adrian Vermeule (Contact Author)

Harvard Law School ( email )

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United States

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