Tradition and Creativity in Culture and Law

Glendon, Mary Ann
November 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1992, Issue 27, p13
Discusses implications of tradition and creativity in culture and law for linguistic usage. Sign of a way of thinking about the place of man in the universe; Qualities possessed persons who made advances in the history of science; Features of the common law tradition as antithetical.


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