1 Crit 1 (2008)

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APRIL 1, 2008
In 1927, Heisenberg introduced his uncertainty principle. By
1934, Wittgenstein was breaking with his early work. In 1923,
Kandinsky was putting the finishing touches on Composition VIII:

And in 1958, H.L.A. Hart, the great jurisprudential thinker, was
dividing up the world of law into cores and penumbras:

Arresting, isn't it?

Pierre Schlag, University of Colorado Law School. Professor Schlag is
currently visiting at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

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