October 2001 LSAT Section 2 Question 25
Melody on September 12, 2015We are told in the second to last paragraph that Dworkin "stresses the fact that there is an internal logic to society's laws and the general principles they typically embody," (lines 35-37). The author continues to explain that these principles may "involve moral concepts like justice and fairness, which the judges may call upon to consult their own moral intuitions in arriving at an interpretation," (lines 40-42). However, the author stresses, this does not mean that "judges are free to impose their own morality at will, without regard to the internal logic of the laws,' (lines 43-44).
Sangwook on September 12, 2015Thanks a lot!!!^^