In Formalism and Pragmatism in American Law Thomas Grey gives a
full account of each of these modes of legal thought, with
particular attention to the versions of them promulgated by their
influential exponents Christopher Columbus Langdell and Oliver
Wendell Holmes, Jr. Grey argues that legal pragmatism as understood
by Holmes is the best jurisprudential framework for a modern legal
system. He enriches his theoretical account with treatments of
central issues in three important areas of law in the United
States: constitutional interpretation, property, and torts.
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