May 2007 Vol. 105 No. 7 THE REVIEW

Interview with James Boyd White

The occasion of the following interview was the Montesquieu Lecture at the University of Tilburg, which Professor James Boyd White delivered in February 2006. In the lecture, entitled “When Language Meets the Mind,” Professor White discussed the manner of interpreting and criticizing texts, both in the law and in other fields, that he has worked out over his career.

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