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  1. Judges Taken Too Seriously: Professor Dworkin's Views on Jurisprudence.Michel Troper - 1988 - Ratio Juris 1 (2):162-175.
    . The author analyses Ronald Dworkin's ideas about legal theory and legal philosophy, with particular regard to metatheoretical and methodological problems. He focuses on the questions of the function and the object of jurisprudence, and on those of the content and method of argumentation of jurisprudence. According to the author, Dworkin's theory is a normative theory, an ideology referred to the judicial practice. Although judges really make law, one can deny that they do. This strategy is the one judges traditionally (...)
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