Proponents of the Law and Literature movement would most likely agree with which one of the following statements conc... on March 16, 2022

why D

no idea where this answer comes from

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Emil-Kunkin on March 18, 2022

Hi Medas,

The Law/Literature view holds that opinions are performances that attempt, in their own way, to promote a particular ethical or moral value. (Lines 45-47)

This could support D in two ways. We could make the argument that since judges are all acting "in their own way" that no two opinions will be the same. We could also understand that since different judges have different political or ethical values, each of their opinions will therefore be different even when confronted by the same problem.