Vincent Luizzi; LEGAL REASONING AND LEGAL THEORY. By Neil MacCormick. Oxford: Clarendon Press. , The American Journal of. Since its first appearance in , this work has established itself as a classic of legal philosophy. This study focuses on current jurisprudential. Citation Information. Kloepfer, Stephen. “Book Review: Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory, by Neil MacCormick.” Osgoode Hall Law Journal ().
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