Monthly Archives: April 2012

Malcolm P. Sharp (1897-1980)

George Anastaplo             Malcolm P. Sharp was, at the time of his death, Professor of Political Science at Rosary College, having retired as Professor of Law in 1965 from the University of Chicago and in 1972 from the University of … Continue reading

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WHO COUNTS, HOW, AND WHY? NOTES TOWARD AN INTELLECTUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY

By George Anastaplo: It should be obvious that I need considerable time not to acknowledge formally (which I can do now) the generosity of the papers we have heard parts of this afternoon but rather to prepare proper responses. It … Continue reading

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Flyer Announcing George Anastaplo as Speaker at Literature and Law Conference

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The Textualist (reviewing George Anastaplo, The Constitution of 1787: a Commentary (1989))

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THE PASTS OF OUR PASTS: ON EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY, BIBLICAL REVELATION, AND THE LATEST ASTROPHYSICAL SPECULATIONS

For Michael C. D. McDaniel (1929-2003) by George Anastaplo The Rainbow comes and goes, And lovely is the Rose, The Moon doth with delight Look round her when the heavens are bare, Waters on a starry night Are beautiful and … Continue reading

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LESSONS FROM PLUTARCH

George Anastaplo [This talk, with its notes, may be found in George Anastaplo, “Lessons for the Student of Law: The Oklahoma Lectures,” 20 Oklahoma City University Law Review 44-69 (1965). There is added here the table of contents for this … Continue reading

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FIRST IMPRESSIONS

George Anastaplo Imagine someone saying: “But I know how tall I am!” and laying his hand on top of his head to prove it. -Ludwig Wittgenstein1 The six essayists who have contributed to this symposium are entitled to a public … Continue reading

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