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Measuring Justice: Notes on Fish, Foucault, and the Law
Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature
My paper can be described in several ways. It is an illustration of something I call rhetorical hermeneutics: the use of rhetoric to practice theory by doing history (Mailloux 1989). It is also part of a larger project on "The Ancients and the Postmodem": an argument that much poststructuralist thought in law, critical theory, and other human sciences can be usefully understood as a contemporary reception of classical Greek rhetoric and philosophy (Shankman 1994, Mailloux 1995, Zuckert 1996. Indoi:10.2307/743403 fatcat:xmuqhcoyifhv3oqjdidbaxpkua