Reply to Patrick Emerton
Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy | Australian Society of Legal Philosophy | Published : 2014
Lon Fuller was an odd fit within legal philosophy during his time, and arguably still remains so. Consciously normative in orientation, his thinking was at the same time grounded in real world questions and the need for real world solutions to them. And, though dedicated to illuminating things legal, he took a very liberal approach to the kinds of resources that we might fruitfully bring to bear on such inquiry: from conventional philosophy to sociology to architecture to economics to psychoanalysis and more.