Media as mathematics - calculating justice
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This chapter will inquire into understandings of mathematics in relation to legal theory and practice. It will draw selectively from historical scholarship, in particular the work of Fred Kort who used an algorithmic methodology in a study about judicial behaviourism and decision making. The historical perspective is a point of departure for a contemporary theory of mathematics that is relevant and indeed essential for an understanding of media-in-law practice. The chapter responds indirectly to the challenge that information technology and digital media have brought to professional and client practice that is rhetorical and verbal in its communication and logic.
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