Clarifications/Reminders 3

In law as elsewhere, we can know and yet not understand. Shadows often obscure our knowledge, which not only vary in intensity but are cast by different obstacles to light. These cannot all be removed by the same methods, and till the precise character of our perplexity is determined we cannot tell what tools we shall need.   – H. L. A. Hart, “Definition and Theory in Jurisprudence”

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