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[104] Peter Sloterdijk, Critique of Cynical Reason.

[105] Roberto Mangabeira Unger, The Critical Legal Studies Movement, in Allan C. Hutchinson (ed.), Critical Legal Studies, pgs. 323 e ss.

[106] Roberto Mangabeira Unger, op.cit., pg. 323. Tradução e adaptação livre do autor. Critical legal studies arose from the leftist tradition in modern legal thought and practice. Two overriding concerns have marked this tradition. The first concern has been the critique of formalism and objectivism…

[107] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 108.

[108] Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Knowledge and Politics, pg. 63. Tradução e adaptação livre do autor. (...) that the political thought cannot answer the very questions it defines as fundamental.

[109] Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Law in Modern Society, pg. 143. Tradução e adaptação livre do autor. In such a society, every individual belongs to a large number of significant groups, but each of these groups affects only a limited part of his life. Thus, personality is carved up into a long list of separate or even conflicting specialized activities. The reverse side of this specialization is that the whole person comes to be seen and treated as an abstract set of capabilities never tied together in any context of group life.

[110] Duncan Kennedy, Legal Education as Training for Hierarchy, in David Kayris (ed.), The Politics of Law, pgs. 54 e ss.

[111] Duncan Kennedy, op.cit., pg. 56.

[112] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 111.

[113] Duncan Kennedy, The Structure of Blackstone’s Commentaries, in Allan C. Hutchinson, op.cit., pg. 139.

[114] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 115.

[115] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 122.

[116] Peter Gabel e Duncan Kennedy, Roll Over Beethoven, in Stanford Law Review, Janeiro de 1984, pgs. 1/56.

[117] Peter Gabel e Duncan Kennedy, op.cit., pg. 1.

[118] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 117.

[119] Douglas E. Litowitz, Postmodern Philosophy and Law, pgs. 91 e ss.

[120] Jacques Derrida, Force of Law: The Mystical Foundation of Authority”, in Cardozo Law Review, Julho/ Agosto de 1990, pgs. 955 e ss.

[121] Fred Dallmayr, Hermeneutics and the Rule of Law, in Cardozo Law Review, ed.cit., pgs. 1449 e ss.

[122] Arthur J. Jacobson, The Idolatry of Rules: Writing Law According to Moses, with Reference to Other Jurisprudences, in Cardozo Law Review, ed.cit., pgs. 1079 e ss.

[123] Thomas Keenan, Deconstruction and the Impossibility of Justice, in Cardozo Law Review, ed. cit., pgs. 1675 e ss.

[124] Mark Kelman, Trashing, in Allan C. Hutchinson, op. cit., pgs. 209 e ss.

[125] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 111.

[126] Mark Kelman, op.cit., pg. 209.

[127] Peter Fitzpatrick, The Mythology of Modern Law.

[128] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 107.

[129] Joseph William Singer, The Player and the Cards: Nihilism and Legal Theory, in The Yale Law Journal, Novembro de 1984, pgs.1/70.

[130] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 123.

[131] Ronald Dworkin, Taking Rights Seriously, pg. ix.

[132] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pg. 26.

[133] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pg. 27.

[134] Ronald Dworkin, A Matter of Principle.

[135] Ronald Dworkin, Law’s Empire, pgs. 45 e ss.

[136] Nome alternativo dado às ações afirmativas, affirmative action.

[137] Ronald Dworkin, Taking Rights Seriously, pgs. 223 e ss.

[138] Ronald Dworkin, The Court and the University, artigo, in The New York Times Review of Books, 15 de maio de 2003.

[139] Ronald Dworkin, A Badly Flawed Election, artigo, in The New York Times Review of Books, 11 de Janeiro de 2001.

[140] Ronald Dworkin, Freedom’s Law, The Moral Reading of the American Constitution, pgs. 44 e ss.

[141] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pgs. 130 e ss.

[142] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pgs. 167 e ss.

[143] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pgs. 265 e ss.

[144] Ronald Dworkin, op.cit., pgs. 332 e ss.

[145] Ronald Dworkin, Law’s Empire, pg. 55.

[146] H.L.A. Hart, The Concept of Law, pgs. 92 e ss.

[147] H.L.A. Hart, op.cit., pg. 6.

[148] Ronald Dworkin, Taking Rights Seriously, pg. xi.

[149] H.L.A. Hart, op.cit. pg. 90.

[150] Robert Paul Wolff, Understanding Rawls, pgs. 101 e ss.

[151] John Rawls, A Theory of Justice, pg. 3. Tradução e adaptação livre do autor. Justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought.

[152] John Rawls, op.cit., pgs. 118 e ss.

[153] John Rawls, op.cit., pg. 136.

[154] John Rawls, op.cit., pg. 137.

[155] John Rawls, op.cit., pgs. 138 e ss.

[156] John Rawls, Justice as Fairness, a Restatement.

[157] Prefácio do editor em John Rawls, op. cit., pg. xi. Tradução e adaptação livre do autor. (...) the most reasonable principles of justice are those that would be the object of mutual agreement by persons under fair conditions.

[158] James Boyd White, The Legal Imagination.

[159] Guyora Binder e Robert Weisberg, Literary Criticisms of Law.

[160] Ian Ward, Law and Literature, Possibilities and Perspectives, pgs. 172 e ss.

[161] Bruce L.Rockwood, Law and Literature- Perspectives, pg. 18.

[162] Guyora Binder e Robert Weisberg, op.cit., pgs. 112 e ss.

[163] Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature, pgs. 127 e ss.

[164] Richard A. Posner, op.cit., pgs. 209 e ss.

[165] Richard A. Posner, op.cit., pgs. 381 e ss.

[166] Gary Minda, op.cit., pg. 84.

[167] Richard A. Posner, Economic Analysis of Law, pg. 12.

[168] Gary Minda, op.cit. pg. 88.

[169] Jeffrey L. Harrison, Law and Economics, pg. 257.

[170] Eduardo Buscaglia e William Ratliff, Law and Economics in Developing Countries, pgs. 31 e ss.

[171] Richard A. Posner, The Economics of Justice, pgs. 48 e ss.

[172] Richard A. Posner, The Problems of Jurisprudence, pgs. 353 e ss.

[173] Werner Z. Hirsch, Law and Economics, an Introductory Analysis, pg. 2.

[174] Werner Z. Hirsch, op.cit., pg. 8.

[175] Werner Z. Hirsch, op.cit., loc.cit.

 é consultor-geral da União, doutor e mestre em Filosofia do Direito e do Estado pela PUC-SP.

Revista Consultor Jurídico, 7 de julho de 2011, 16h25

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Márcio Augusto Paixão (Advogado Autônomo)

Creio que melhor seria (para nós leitores)que Vossa Senhoria escrevesse um livro sobre o tema, pois me parece evidente o domínio da matéria. A supersintetização adotada para um assunto tão vasto, no meu ponto do vista, tornou o seu artigo materialmente superficial (com todo o respeito). Pela superficialidade, pode ser desinteressante a leitura para aqueles que já estudam jusfilosofia, ao passo em que para os leigos e iniciantes pouco se acrescenta ou se ensina. Eventual abordagem mais detalhada deduzida em uma obra mais extensa já conta com a pretensão de aquisição de parte deste leitor. "Prevalece" não é com "sc". Abraços

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