As the title suggests, the author focuses this article on the forms that legal understanding takes, what effect it has upon us and what contributions we make to these forms. Balkin suggests that coherence is in fact a result of a 'particular way of thinking about the law'. (1993) 103 Yale Law Jnl. 105
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