"This book will consider the relationship between law, reason, and emotion. Law, reason, and emotion have a long, close, and complicated connection in the history of philosophy and justice. This is nothing new. Cicero famously observed that "law is the highest reason, inherent in nature," which neatly captures the mutual dependency between emotions and the law"--
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