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Marianne Constable
Professor, Department of Rhetoric
University of California, Berkeley
constable@berkeley.edu

Just Silences: The Limits and Possibilities of Modern Law. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ.
Press, 2005.
Ed. with Austin Sarat, David Engel, Valerie Hans, and Susan Lawrence. Everyday Practices
and Trouble Cases in Law and Society Research. Evanston, IL: Northwestern Univ. Press,
1998.
Ed. with Austin Sarat, David Engel, Valerie Hans, and Susan Lawrence. Crossing Boundaries:
Traditions and Transformations in Law and Society Research. Evanston, IL: Northwestern
Univ. Press, 1998.
The Law of the Other: The Mixed Jury and Changing Conceptions of Citizenship, Law and
Knowledge. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1994.

David H. Fisher
Professor of Philosophy and 2007“11 Ruge Fellow
North Central College
dh¬sher@noctrl.edu
“Or Image of That Horror? Imagining Radical Evil?” In This Thing of Darkness: Perspectives
on Evil and Human Wickedness. Eds. Richard Paul Hamilton and Margaret Sonser Breen.
Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2004: 51“68.
“Loyalty, Tolerance, and Recognition: Aspects of Morality in a Multicultural Society.” J. of
Value Inquiry 31.3 (1997): 339“51.
“The Function of Images and the Imagination in Moral and Ethical Re¬‚ection.” In Picturing
Cultural Values in Postmodern America. Ed. William Doty. Tuscaloosa: Univ. of Alabama
Press, 1995: 173“86.

Eugene Garver
Regents Professor of Philosophy
Saint John™s University (Minnesota)
egarver@csbsju.edu
Confronting Aristotle™s Ethics: Ancient and Modern Morality. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press,
2006.
For the Sake of Argument: Practical Reasoning, Character and the Ethics of Belief. Chicago:
Univ. of Chicago Press, 2004.
Aristotle™s Rhetoric: An Art of Character. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1994.
Machiavelli and the History of Prudence. Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1987.
Contributors and Selected Bibliography 299

Peter Goodrich
Professor of Law
Director, Program in Law and Humanities
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
goodrich@yu.edu
Ed. with Francis J. Mootz III. Nietzsche and Law. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008.
Laws of Love: A Brief Historical and Practical Manual. New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
2006.
Oedipus Lex: History, Psychoanalysis, Law. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1995.
Legal Discourse: Linguistics, Rhetoric and Legal Analysis. New York: St. Martin™s Press,
1987.

Robert L. Hayman Jr.
Professor of Law
Widener University School of Law
rlhayman@widener.edu
With Leland Ware, Choosing Equality: Essays and Narratives on the Desegregation Experience.
Harrisburg: Penn State Univ. Press, 2008.
With Michael J. Cozzillio, Sports and Inequality. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press,
2005.
With Nancy Levit, Richard Delgado, and Jean Stefancic, Jurisprudence: Classical and Con-
temporary “ From Natural Law to Postmodernism. St. Paul, MN: West Group American
Casebook Series, 2002.
The Smart Culture: Society, Intelligence, and Law. New York: New York Univ. Press,
1998.

Nancy Levit
Curators™ and Edward D. Ellison Professor of Law
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
levitn@umkc.edu
“Confronting Conventional Thinking: The Problems Heuristics Pose for Feminist Legal
Theory.” Cardozo L. Rev. 28.1 (2006): 391“440.
With Robert R. M. Verchick, Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer. New York: New York Univ.
Press, 2006.
With Robert L. Hayman Jr., Richard Delgado, and Jean Stefancic, Jurisprudence: Classical to
Contemporary “ From Natural Law to Postmodernism. St. Paul, MN: West Group American
Casebook Series, 2002.
The Gender Line: Men, Women, and the Law. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1998;
2000.

Frank I. Michelman
Robert Walmsley University Professor
Harvard University
fmichel@law.harvard.edu
“The Constitution and Social Rights.” I. Con 1.1 (2003): 13“34.
“Morality, Identity, and Constitutional Patriotism.” Ratio Juris 14.3 (2001): 253“71.
300 Contributors and Selected Bibliography

Brennan and Democracy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1999.
“Law™s Republic.” Yale L.J. 97.8 (1988): 1493“1537.

Francis J. Mootz III
William S. Boyd Professor of Law
William S. Boyd School of Law
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Jay.Mootz@unlv.edu
Gadamer and Law. Ed. Francis J. Mootz III. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2007.
Rhetorical Knowledge in Legal Practice and Critical Legal Theory. Tuscaloosa: Univ. of
Alabama Press, 2006.
“Psychotherapeutic Practice as a Model for Postmodern Legal Theory.” Yale J. Law &
Human. 12.2 (2000): 299“395.
“Law in Flux: Philosophical Hermeneutics, Legal Argumentation and the Natural Law
Tradition.” Yale J. Law & Human. 11.2 (1999): 311“82.

Philippe Nonet
Emeritus Professor of Law
University of California “ Berkeley
pnonet@law.berkeley.edu
“Time and Law.” Theoretical Inquiries in Law. 8.1 (2007): 311“32.
“Antigone™s Law.” Law, Culture, & the Human. 2.2 (2006): 314“35.
“Sanction.” Cumberland L. Rev. 25.3 (1995): 489“532.

Dennis Patterson
Board of Governors Professor of Law and Philosophy
Co-director, Institute for Law and Philosophy
Rutgers University, School of Law (Camden)
Professor of Jurisprudence and International Trade
Swansea University, School of Law, Wales, UK
dpatters@camden.rutgers.edu
The New Global Trading Order. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2008.
Mind, Meaning and Law. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2007.
Law and Truth. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1996.

Penelope Pether
Professor of Law
Villanova University School of Law
pether@law.villanova.edu
“Sorcerers, Not Apprentices: How Judicial Clerks and Staff Attorneys Impoverish U.S. Law.”
Ariz. St. L.J. 39.1 (2007): 1“67.
“Praxis; or the Bene¬ts of Shedding Hostility to Theory.” Law, Culture and the Human. 2.1
(2006): 51“66.
“Take a Letter Your Honor: Outing the Judicial Epistemology of Hart v. Massanari.” Wash.
and Lee L. Rev. 62.4 (2005): 1553“95.
“Inequitable Injunctions: The Scandal of Private Judging in the U.S. Courts.” Stan. L. Rev.
56.6 (2004): 1435“1579.
Contributors and Selected Bibliography 301

Austin Sarat
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science and Five College
Fortieth Anniversary Professor
Amherst College
adsarat@amherst.edu
Ed. with Lawrence Douglas and Martha Umphrey. The Limits of Law. Stanford, CA: Stanford
Univ. Press, 2005.
Mercy on Trial: What It Means to Stop an Execution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press,
2005.

Eileen A. Scallen
Professor of Law
William Mitchell College of Law
eileen.scallen@wmitchell.edu
“Evidence Law as Pragmatic Legal Rhetoric: Reconnecting Legal Scholarship, Teaching and
Ethics.” Quinnipiac L. Rev. 21.4 (2003): 813“91.
“ ˜Mere™ Rhetoric about Common Ground and Different Perspectives: A Comment on
Twining™s ˜Evidence as a Multi-disciplinary Subject™.” Law, Probability & Risk 2.1 (2003):
109“16.
“Classical Rhetoric, Practical Reasoning, and the Law of Evidence.” American U. L. Rev. 44.5
(1995): 1717“1816.

Pierre Schlag
Byron R. White Professor of Law
University of Colorado School of Law
schlag@colorado.edu
The Enchantment of Reason. Durham, NC: Duke Univ. Press, 1998.
Laying Down the Law: Mysticism, Fetishism and the American Legal Mind. New York: New
York Univ. Press, 1996.
Tactics of Legal Reasoning. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1986.

Jeanne L. Schroeder
Professor of Law
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
schroedr@yu.edu
The Four Lacanian Discourses or Turning Law Inside-Out. London: Birkbeck Press, 2008.
“His Master™s Voice: H. L. A. Hart™s Positivism and Lacanian Discourse Theory.” Law &
Crit. 18.1 (2007): 117“42.
The Triumph of Venus: The Erotics of The Market. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press,
2004.
The Vestal and the Fasces: Hegel, Lacan, Property, and the Feminine. Berkeley: Univ. of
California Press, 1998.

Emily Sherwin
Professor of Law
Cornell University Law School
els36@cornell.edu
302 Contributors and Selected Bibliography

With Larry Alexander. Demystifying Legal Reasoning. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press,
2008.
“Judges as Rulemakers.” U. Chi. L. Rev. 73.3 (2006): 919“31.
With Larry Alexander. The Rule of Rules: Morality, Rules, and the Dilemmas of Law. Durham,
NC: Duke Univ. Press, 2001.
“A Defense of Analogical Reasoning in Law.” U. Chi. L. Rev. 66.4 (1999): 1179“97.

Steven D. Smith
Warren Distinguished Professor of Law
University of San Diego School of Law
smiths@sandiego.edu
“The (Always) Imminent Death of the Law.” U. San Diego L. Rev. 44.1 (2007): 47“67.
Law™s Quandary. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press, 2004.
With Paul Campos and Pierre Schlag. Against the Law. Durham, NC: Duke Univ. Press,
1996.

Lawrence B. Solum
John E. Cribbet Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy
University of Illinois College of Law
lsolum@gmail.com
“Natural Justice.” American J. Juris. 51.1 (2006): 65“105.
“Public Legal Reason.” Va. L. Rev. 92.7 (2006): 1449“1501.
“Procedural Justice.” S. Cal. L. Rev. 48.1 (2004): 181“321.
“Virtue Jurisprudence: A Virtue-Centered Theory of Judging.” Metaphilosophy 34.1“2
(2003): 178“213. Reprinted in Moral and Epistemic Virtues. Eds. Michael Brady and
Duncan Prichard. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003, 163“98.

Michael Sullivan
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Emory University
michael.sullivan@emory.edu
Legal Pragmatism: Community, Rights, Democracy. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press,
2007.
With Daniel Solove. “Can Pragmatism Be Radical? Richard Posner and Legal Pragmatism.”
Yale L.J. 113.3 (2004): 687“741.

Brian Z. Tamanaha
Benjamin N. Cardozo Professor of Law
St. John™s University School of Law
tamanahb@stjohns.edu
Law as a Means to an End: Threat to the Rule of Law. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press,
2006.
On the Rule of Law: History, Politics, Theory. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2004.
A General Jurisprudence of Law and Society. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2001.
Realistic Socio-Legal Theory: Pragmatism and a Social Theory of Law. Oxford: Clarendon
Press, 1997.
Contributors and Selected Bibliography 303

George H. Taylor
Professor of Law
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
gtaylor@pitt.edu
“Ricoeur™s Philosophy of Imagination,” J. French Phil. 16.1“2 (2007): 93“104.
“Derrick Bell™s Narratives as Parables,” N.Y.U. Rev. Law & Soc. Change 31.2 (2007): 225“71.
Editor of Paul Ricoeur, Lectures on Ideology and Utopia. New York: Columbia Univ. Press,
1986.

Adam Thurschwell
Civilian Defense Counsel
Of¬ce of the Chief Defense Counsel
Of¬ce of Military Commissions
United States Department of Defense
(Af¬liation provided for identi¬cation purposes only. The views expressed are the author™s
alone and are not those of the Of¬ce of Military Commissions “ Defense or the United
States Department of Defense.)
athurschwell@gmail.com
“Specters of Nietzsche: Potential Futures for the Concept of the Political in Agamben and
Derrida.” In Nietzsche and Law. Eds. Francis J. Mootz III and Peter Goodrich. London:
Ashgate Publishing, 2008: 357“426.
“Specters and Scholars: Derrida and the Tragedy of Political Thought.” In Derrida and
Legal Philosophy. Eds. Peter Goodrich, Florian Hoffman, Michel Rosenfeld, and Cornelia
Vismann. New York: Macmillan Palgrave, 2008: 152“64.
“Cutting the Branches for Akiba: Agamben™s Critique of Derrida.” In Politics, Metaphysics,
and Death: Essays on Giorgio Agamben™s Homo Sacer. Ed. Andrew Norris. Durham, NC:
Duke Univ. Press, 2005: 173“97.
“On the Threshold of Ethics.” Cardozo L. Rev. 15. (1994): 1607“55.

Robin West
Professor of Law
Georgetown University Law Center
west@law.georgetown.edu
Marriage, Sexuality and Gender. Boulder: Paradigm Press, 2007.
Re-imagining Justice: Progressive Interpretations of Formal Equality, Rights and the Rule of
Law. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2003.
Caring for Justice. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997.

Steven L. Winter
Walter S. Gibbs Professor of Constitutional Law
Wayne State University Law School
swinter@wayne.edu
“What Is the ˜Color™ of Law?” In Cambridge Handbook of Metaphor and Thought. Ed. Ray
Gibbs. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2008. 363“79.
“What Makes Modernity Late?” Int™l. J. Law in Context 1.1 (2005): 61“80.
A Clearing in the Forest: Law, Life, and Mind. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2001.
“The Next Century of Legal Thought?” Cardozo L. Rev. 22.3“4 (2001): 747“72.
304 Contributors and Selected Bibliography

R. George Wright
Lawrence A. Jegen Professor of Law
Indiana University School of Law “ Indianapolis
gwright@iupui.edu
“Personhood 2.0: Enhanced and Unenhanced Persons and the Equal Protection of the
Laws.” Quinnipiac L. Rev. 23.4 (2005): 1047“95.
Selling Words. New York: New York Univ. Press, 1997.
Does the Law Morally Bind the Poor? New York: New York Univ. Press, 1996.
Name Index




Bernstein, Lisa A., 36, 42
Ackerman, Bruce, 115
Bernstein, Richard J., 200, 234, 237
Adams, John, 198
Bingham, John W., 9, 28
Adler, Matthew D., xvii, 99, 114“21 (essay),
Bix, Brian H., xvii, 32“33, 99“105 (essay), 114,
274“75, 280, 286“87
117, 274“75, 280, 286“88
Agamben, Giorgio, xvii, 107“11, 113, 132, 137,
Black Jr., Charles L., 85, 86
280, 287
Blackstone, William, 48, 108, 113, 251“52, 255
Agus, Irving A., 37, 42
Boas, Franz, 10
Alexander, Gregory S., 103
Bollinger, Lee C., 168, 175
Alexander, Larry, xix, 103, 117, 241“48 (essay),
Bourdieu, Pierre, 74, 76, 78
277, 281, 287
Bracton, Henry de, 48
Al¬eri, Anthony V., 92, 95
Bradley, Joseph P., 190
Allen, Anita L., xviii, 184“92 (essay), 277, 288“89
Brague, Remi, 251, 255
Allen, Ronald J., 200, 203
Braithwaite, William T., 46, 51
Amar, Akhil, 115
Brandeis, Louis, xii, 10, 28, 47
Annas, Julia, 124
Brandom, Robert, 228“30
Ansaldi, Michael, xiii“xv, xxi
Bratman, Michael, 117
Anscombe, Elizabeth, 124, 129
Brewer, Scott, 244, 247
Aquinas, Thomas, 57“58, 63, 101, 251, 280
Breyer, Stephen G., 126
Aristotle, xvii, 63, 124“25, 127“28, 143, 161, 164,
Broekman, Jan M., xv, xvi, 11“18 (essay),
196“97, 209, 211, 218“19, 234, 236, 266, 280
274“75, 282“83, 285
Arendt, Hannah, 233, 236“37
Burke, Edmund, 58
Augustine of Hippo, 44, 45, 51
Burns, Robert P., xix, 232“38 (essay), 274, 283,
Austin, J. L., 224
288
Austin, John, 59, 99, 102, 104, 223“24
Burton, Steven J., 244, 247
Bush, George W., 70, 186
Backer, Larry Cat´ , xvi, 44“52 (essay), 274, 281
a
Badiou, Alain, 139, 146
Camus, Albert, 94, 95
Balin, Jane, 80
Canale, Damiano, 244, 247
Balkin, Jack M., xvi, 64“72 (essay), 91, 95, 274,
Caputo, John D., 51
276, 282, 285
C´ rdenas, Emilio J., 195, 203
a
Ball, Carlos A., xx, 273“78 (essay)
Cardozo, Benjamin, 9, 28, 185“86
Barnett, Randy, 123
Carlson, David Gray, xviii, 139“47 (essay),
Baudrillard, Jean, 263“64
274“75, 281
Bayes, Thomas, 91
Carter, Robert, 90
Beckett, Samuel, 257
Carter, Stephen L., 168, 175
Bell, Derrick, 92, 95
Caudill, David S., xvi, 19“26 (essay), 277, 281“82
Benedict XVI, Pope, 44, 49“51
Chomsky, Noam, 228
Bentham, Jeremy, 59, 63, 102, 104, 114
Churchland, Patricia, 228
Bentley, Arthur F., 9

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Ely, Amie N., 106, 113
Churchland, Paul, 228
Ely, John Hart, 39, 42, 115
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 197“98, 203
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 15
Clark, Gregory, 41, 42
Epstein, Richard, 115
Clarke, Connor, xvii, 106“13 (essay), 274, 280
Erlanger, Howard, 91, 95
Coase, Ronald H., 37“38, 42, 122
Eskridge Jr., William N., 115
Cohen, David, 159, 166
Euclid, 30
Cohen, Felix S., 90“91, 95, 198
Cohen, Morris, 3, 60, 63
Faigman, David L., 196, 203
Coke, Edward (Lord), 47, 126
Farber, Daniel A., 91, 95, 115, 200, 203, 246“47
Cole, David, 85“86
Fauconnier, Gilles, 83“84, 86

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