Monday, July 31, 2017

Originalist Scholarship Relying on the Language of the Law-Part I - Online Library of Law & Liberty

The Constitution’s legal language is significant. Theoretically, it shows that original methods originalism is the correct form of originalism, because the Constitution’s legal interpretive rules are crucial to cashing out its meaning. Practically, the richness of its idiom provides resources to address otherwise unresolvable interpretive questions.


A new paper by the inimitable team of McGinnis and Rappaport. Don't miss it.

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