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Part I. Karl Llewellyn and the Course of Philosophy in American Law: 1. On philosophy in American law K. N. Llewellyn; 2. Law in life, life in law: Llewellyn's legal realism revisited Jan M. Broekman; 3. On realism's own 'hangover' of natural law philosophy: Llewellyn Avec Dooyeweerd and David S. Claudill; 4. On the instrumental view of law in American legal culture Brian Z. Tamanaha; 5. When things went terribly, terribly wrong Steven L. Winter; 6. The mechanics of perfection: philosophy, theology and the perfection of American law Larry Cata Backer; Part II. Philosophical Perspectives on Law: 7. Toward normative jurisprudence Robin West; 8. Critical legal theory today Jack M. Balkin; 9. Reviving the subject of law Penelope Pether; 10. Law and creativity George H. Taylor; 11. The stories of American law Robert L. Hayman, Jr and Nancy Levit; Part III. Areas of Philosophy and Their Relationship to Law: 12. On philosophy in American law: analytical legal philosophy Brian H. Bix; 13. Political philosophy and prosecutorial power Austin Sarat and Connor Clarke; 14. On (moral) philosophy and American legal scholarship Matthew D. Adler; 15. The aretaic turn in American philosophy of law Lawrence B. Solum; 16. On continental philosophy in American jurisprudence Adam Thurschwell; 17. Psychoanalysis as the jurisprudence of freedom Jeanne L. Schroeder and David Gray Carlson; Part IV. Philosophical Examinations of Legal Issues: 18. Law as premise Frank I. Michelman; 19. Doing justice to justice: Paul Ricoeur on justice David Fisher; 20. Love is all you need: freedom of thought versus freedom of action Eugene Garver; 21. Legal philosophy over the next century (while we wait for the personal rocket transportation we were promised) R. George Wright; 22. Atmospherics: abortion law and philosophy Anita L. Allen; Part V. Law, Rhetoric and Practice Theory: 23. Foundationalism and ground truth in American legal philosophy: classical rhetoric, realism and pragmatism Eileen A. Scallen; 24. The irrelevance of contemporary academic philosophy for law: recovering the rhetorical tradition Francis J. Mootz III; 25. Dicta Peter Goodrich; 26. Recent and future concepts of law: from conceptual analysis to a practice theory of law Dennis Patterson; 27. The tasks of a philosophy of law Robert P. Burns; Part VI. Questioning the Relationship between Philosophy and American Law: 28. Law and philosophy at odds Larry Alexander and Emily Sherwin; 29. Jurisprudence: beyond extinction? Steven D. Smith; 30. It is what it is Pierre Schlag; 31. Philosophy? In American law? Philippe Nonet; Part VII. Commentaries: 32. Optimism and pessimism in American legal philosophy Carlos Ball; 33. The jurisprudential moment Marianne Constable; 34. Fresh looks, philosophy in action and American law Michael Sullivan.