Eric Posner

Eric Posner, a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, is author of The Twilight of International Human Rights Law. Follow him on Twitter.

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July 1 2008 11:11 PMA Logic Puzzle for Phil
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June 29 2008 5:53 PMShareholders You Can Do Without
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June 25 2008 11:06 AMThe Eighth Amendment Ratchet Puzzle in Kennedy v. Louisiana
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June 23 2008 10:34 AMThe Canard That Didn't Quack
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June 9 2008 12:16 PMAgainst Orwell
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June 4 2008 11:58 PMClimate Bill Confusion
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June 3 2008 11:15 AMAgitprop-Art
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May 30 2008 11:46 AMRick Hills on Slippery Slopes
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May 22 2008 6:25 PMReply to Diane, Kenji, and Dahlia
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May 21 2008 10:54 AMJustice Bush
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May 15 2008 11:17 AMQuand le Chat N'est Pas Là, les Souris Dansent
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May 15 2008 12:54 AMAre the Military Commissions Doomed?
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May 12 2008 10:32 PMIs Liberal Constitutionalism "More Honest" Than Justice Scalia?
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May 1 2008 9:57 AMStickK It to Them
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April 27 2008 11:44 PMPay Equity and the Ledbetter Act
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June 29 2008 11:25 PMWill Heller Implode?
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June 25 2008 4:32 PMFrom the Trenches to the Benches
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June 24 2008 9:43 PMJudges on Tanks
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June 15 2008 4:00 PMThe Decline of Morality Since Caveman Times
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June 5 2008 3:25 PMMore Climate Confusion: Trading Permitaxes
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June 4 2008 10:14 AMAnti-Intellectuals and Anti-Anti-Intellectuals
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June 1 2008 6:19 PMFreeman Dyson Solves Global Warming and All Other Problems
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May 27 2008 9:42 AMShould We Pay People (More) To Reproduce?
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May 22 2008 10:37 AMThe Supreme Court: Collectively Good, Individually Bad
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May 15 2008 12:33 PMThe French Example
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May 15 2008 10:34 AMPlus Ça Change
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May 13 2008 12:04 PMResponse to Jack on the Warren Court
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May 4 2008 11:26 PMThe Puzzling Consensus in Favor of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
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April 28 2008 11:25 PMVoters and Fraudsters
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April 24 2008 10:58 PMMore on the National Surveillance State

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