December 1999 LSAT Section 3 Question 18
Melody on August 15, 2015In the last paragraph we are given the exmaple of a game in which participants compete to steal the item of highest value from a shop. We are told that a CLS scholar might object that legal cases are unlike games, in that one cannot merely apply the rules without appealing to other considerations like purpose, policy and value. Meyerson, however responds by stating that these considerations may not be separate from the rules of the game.
Sangwook on September 2, 2015Many thanks!!^^