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Legal Analysis and Reasoning

Bodenheimer, Edgar, "A Neglected Theory of Legal Reasoning," 21 JOURNAL OF LEGAL REASONING 373 (1969).

Burton., Steven J., "Reaffirming Legal Reasoning: The Challenge From the Left," 36 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 358 (1986).

Calhoun, Emily, "Thinking Like a Lawyer," 34 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 507 (1984).

Cohen, Felix S., "Field Theory and Judicial Logic," 59 YALE LAW JOURNAL 238 (1950).

Cohen, Morris R., "On Absolutisms in Legal Thought," 84 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 681 (1936).

Cohen, Morris R., "The Place of Logic in the Law," 29 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 622 (1916).

Dewey, John, "Logical Method and Law," 10 CORNELL LAW QUARTERLY 17 (1924-25).

Faust, John R., "Strict Liability in Landowner Cases," 42 OREGON LAW REVIEW 273 (1963).

Fletcher, George P., "Paradoxes in Legal Thought", 85 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW 1263 (1985).

Freund, Paul A., "Rationality in Judicial Decisions," and Kaplan, A. Graham, "Some Limitations on Rationality," in Friedrich, Carl, ed., Rational Decision, chapters 8 and 4, Nomos VII, N.Y. Atherton, 1967.

Fuller, Lon L, "Legal Fictions," 25 ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 363 (1930).

Isaacs, Nathan, "The Law and the Facts," XXII COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW 1 (1922).

Jaffe, Louis L., "Judicial Review: Constitutional and Jurisdictional Fact," 70 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 953 (1957).

Jaffe, Louis L., "Judicial Review: Question of Fact," 69 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1020 (1956).

Jaffe, Louis L., "Judicial Review: Question of Law," 69 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 239 (1955).

Kairys, David, Ed., Politics of Law: A Progressive Critique, N.Y., Pantheon, 1982 (3rd ed. 1998, N.Y., Basic Books).

Levi, Edward H., "The Nature of Judicial Reasoning," 32 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 395 (1965).

Mayo, Louis H., and Jones, Ernest M., "Legal-Policy Decision Process: Alternative Thinking and the Predictive Function," 33 GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 318 (1964).

Moore, Michael S., "A Natural Law Theory of Interpretation," 58 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 277 (1985).

Schlag, Pierre, "Cannibal Moves: An Essay on the Metamorphoses of the Legal Distinction," 40 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 929 (1988).

Schlag, Pierre, "Missing Pieces: A Cognitive Approach to Law," 67 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 1195 (1989).

Stick, John, "Can Nihilism Be Pragmatic?" 100 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 332 (1986).

Stoljar, Samuel J., "The Logical Status of a Legal Principle," 20 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 181 (1953).

Summers, Robert S., "Two Types of Substantive Reasons: The Core of a Theory of Common-Law Justification," 63 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 707 (1978).

Terrell, Timothy P., "Flatlaw: An Essay on the Dimensions of Legal Reasoning and the Development of Fundamental Normative Principles," 72 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 288 (1984).

Terrell, Timothy P., "'Property,' and the Distinction Between Definition and Theory in Legal Analysis," 70 GEORGETOWN LAW REVIEW 861 (1982).

Warner, Richard, "Three Theories on Legal Reasoning," 62 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1523 (1989).

Wellman, Vincent A., "Practical Reasoning and Judicial Justification: Toward an Adequate Theory," 57 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO LAW REVIEW 45 (1985).

Winter, Steven L., "Transcendental Nonsense, Metaphoric Reasoning, and the Cognitive Stakes for Law," 137  UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 1105 (1989).


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