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Justice Scalia has made the question of textual interpretation tantamount to a referendum on whether we are a government characterized by the "rule of law" or the "rule of men." Aristotle is frequently quoted in support of statements about the rule of law and methods of statutory interpretation. While frequent, quotation of and reliance on Aristotle has been selective. The dichotomy between methods of interpretation and the rule of law turns out to be a false one. This Article examinesdoi:10.2139/ssrn.246817 fatcat:45kmrurtsvdylitcm2m2i2kbue