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0.09 Robert Post, Introduction: After Bakke, Representations, 1996.
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0.08 Peter Brooks, The Overborne Will, Representations, 1998.
0.08 Fran├žois Ewald, Norms Discipline and the Law, Representations, 1990.
0.07 Jennifer Nedelsky, Law Boundaries and the Bounded Self, Representations, 1990.
0.07 Elizabeth Fowler, The Failure of Moral Philosophy in the Work of Edmund Spenser, Representations, 1995.
0.06 Lawrence Douglas, The Shrunken Head of Buchenwald: Icons of Atrocity at Nuremberg, Representations, 1998.
0.05 Martin Stone, The Placement of Politics in Roberto Unger's Politics, Representations, 1990.
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0.05 Peter Sahlins, Fictions of a Catholic France: The Naturalization of Foreigners 1685-1787. Representations, 1994,