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A Coherentist Approach to Incoherent Law? Some Thoughts on Darryl Robinson's Justice in Extreme Cases

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Title:A Coherentist Approach to Incoherent Law? Some Thoughts on Darryl Robinson's Justice in Extreme Cases
Authors:DeFalco, Randle
Date Issued:2021
Citation:Randle DeFalco, A Coherentist Approach to Incoherent Law? Some Thoughts on Darryl Robinson's Justice in Extreme Cases, 35 TEMP. INT'l & COMP. L.J. 45 (2021).
Pages/Duration:11 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/76012
Journal:Temple International & Comparative Law Journal
Volume:35
Appears in Collections: DeFalco, Randle


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