Explorers Everywhere

It seems I will be teaching Jurisprudence again next year after a long hiatus. (That link is to the old syllabus; it will change some.)

Although I start with The Case of the Speluncean Explorers, I think, slightly wistfully, that I won’t be able to include this modern version from Legal Fiction.

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2 Responses to Explorers Everywhere

  1. Seth Gordon says:

    Wow. The Cold Equations, redone as a law review article.

    I find it interesting that all of the characters in that little drama agree that on a moral level, if not a legal one, the defendants are not guilty of murder.

  2. Michael says:

    The Cold Equations was published in 1954; The Case of the Speluncean Explorers was published in 1949…who who’s redoing whom? (Also, if you follow the link you’ll see readings of TCE which suggest that they are actually very different…)

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