Index
Abortion,
191-192, 196-197, 201;
rights
11, 196,
201
Academics,
107-108, 150
Ackerman, Bruce,
12, 66-67, 157
Ad hoc doctrinalism,
231
Aesthetics,
61, 92
After Virtue,
170
Amendment
2
(Colorado),
206-207, 209
Amendments, constitutional,
138
Anarchy,
154
Angst,
142, 144,147-149,212,228
Aporetic dialogue,
103-104.
See also Socratic
dialogue
Aquinas, Thomas,
110, 137
Arguments: doctrinalist,
142;
Kantian,
112-115;
Lockean,
111-112, liS;
originalist,
124, 142,
181;
plain meaning,
141-142;
prudential,
142
Arnold, Matthew,
19
Astrology,
160-161, 165-166
Athenians,
103-104, 110
Austin, John,
110
Author: artificial,
166, 188;
"constructed,"
166-
169,188;
historical,
163, 164;
mindful,
161.
See
also "Constructed" author
Authorial intention,
117-120, 124
Authoritative texts,
159-160
Authorization,
219
Authorship,
117-11S
Bacon, Francis,
101
Balkin, Jack,
142
Barthes, Roland,
116
Baudrillard, Jean,
80
Bentham, Jeremy,
100, 104
Berger, Raoul,
157
Bible,
135-137, 174-175, 176, 186-188;
Aaron,
174-175;
Moses,
110,174-175,188.
See
Old Testament
Bickel, Alexander,
157,180
Biden, Joseph,
11
Bill of Rights,
124.
See also First Amend
Bobbitt, Philip,
142
Bollinger, Lee,
12
Boorstin, Daniel,
105, 107
Borges, Jorge Luis,
116-117, 120-121, 131
Bork, Robert,
7, 157, 180,205
Bourdieu, Pierre,
29
Bradley, Walter,
135
Brest, Paul,
124-125
Briefs,
145, 148
"Brooding omnipresence in the sky:'
16
Brown v. Board of Education,
157, 164, 1
181
Buber, Martin,
135-136
Burden of proof,
154-155
Bureaucracy,
29-31,49-51,64-66,98-9
also L.A. Law
Burger Court,
159
Burke, Kenneth,
197
Calabresi, Guido,
67
Campbell, O. J.,
136
Capital punishment,
11,
126-128.
See als
penalty
Cardozo, Benjamin Nathan,
136
Carrington, Paul,
15-16, 18, 21-22
Catechism,
203
Catholicism,
158, 178, 203, 207.
See als~
Chesterton, G. K.,
139
Christian thought,
172-173, 207
Civil religion,
159, 176, 191
Coase, Ronald,
67
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