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December 24, 2007

Laudan on "Rethinking Procedural Rights"

Here.  It would be hard to over-state how significant a paper this is for anyone interested in philosophical questions about proof and procedure; it should forever alter the terms of debate about the famous Blackstone ratio about the acceptable ratio of wrongful convictions to mistaken acquittals.

Posted by Brian Leiter on December 24, 2007 in Philosophy of Evidence and Proof | Permalink

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