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Our Aesthetic Constitution
6 Our Constitutional Logic 202 (2013)
  • Peter J. Aschenbrenner, Purdue University
If natural language is deficient, then descriptions-in-words of constitutions may suffer the same fate. What other choices are there, when an investigator – or more typically, a speaker in ordered discourse – or even more usually a speaker uttering demotic elaboration – sets out to describe constitutional text? Isn’t it obvious that artifacts featuring words lock users into using more words? OCL offers (the first of) several studies.
Publication Date
August, 2013
Citation Information
Peter J. Aschenbrenner. "Our Aesthetic Constitution" 6 Our Constitutional Logic 202 (2013)
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