A philosophical critique of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s jurisprudential theory called Textualism. It is my argument that Scalia’s jurisprudential philosophy fails to achieve his goal of encouraging an objective Federal Judiciary. Furthermore, the theory establishes a dangerous façade behind which activist judges can pursue their political agendas under the guise of objectivity.
Savage, Jeremy B., "The Words on the Page: A Philosophical Critique of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's Textualism" (2012). Lawrence University Honors Projects. Paper 27.