Scalia’s jurisprudence was radically, objectively stupid

It’s not every day that my niche academic background in critical legal studies has any bearing on anything going on in the news, but since I wrote my Master’s thesis on the linguistics of Supreme Court jurisprudence, I have a few words to say on the occasion of Justice Scalia’s death.

Scalia’s major contribution to what he called “the science of statutor…

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