Indeterminacy, Pragmatic indeterminacy, Formalism, Judicial decisions, Benson, Hegland, Kress
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If, as a result of taking Indeterminacy seriously, we revolutionize the way we teach law and the way we select judges, then we will also revolutionize the way cases are litigated (because the new judges will expect to hear a different kind of argumentation) and the way people order their lives in anticipation of the way their disputes will be decided by these new judges.
D'Amato, Anthony, "Pragmatic Indeterminacy" (2010). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 78.