Cultures, Disciplines, and Differences: Author's Response to Commentators
A notable feature of the book Cultural Difference on Trial: The Nature and Limits of Judicial Understanding is its cross-disciplinary ambition. It is a work of philosophy that is informed by the insights of legal theory, psychology, and anthropology. Its subject matter demands such scope. As a result, it is a work that is susceptible to engagement and critique on the part of practitioners across a range of academic disciplines. I am pleased that the three distinguished commentators on the book...[Show more]
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