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Abstract

My plan for this Article, then, is as follows. I shall first try to
prove to your satisfaction that there cannot be any normative system ultimately based on anything except human will. I shall then try to
trace some of the scars left on recent jurisprudential writings by this
growing, and apparently terrifying, realization. Finally, I shall say a
few things about-of all things-law and the way in which the impossibility
of normative grounding necessarily shapes attitudes toward constitutional
interpretation.

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1979

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