Boyle tries to reverse the held belief that objectivity is the problematic term within critical legal theory, and that it is indeed subjectivity which is more elusive to tie down. To this end, Boyle concentrates on the construction of subjectivity within law and social theory. (1991) 62 University of Colorado Law Rev. 489
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