A successful legal system involves a synthesis of different types of legal thinking. More to the point, the register in which questions are asked will often dominate the answers which are generated. Thus, if a question is asked on the basis of economic efficiency, then the likely answer is that economic efficiency is the answer which maximises profits for businesses and involves the unthinking application of legal rules. If the questions are asked on the basis of morality, then equity is likely to have something to contribute.
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