Looking for a book reviewer on originalism
whoooo26505 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 24 15:57:56 PDT 2011
I am looking for a name of a scholar who I can give to publishers as a potential reviewer for my book. When you send book chapters or manuscripts to publishers, some want you to include a name or two of a potential reviewer. I'm looking for someone who would know enough about jurisprudence and philosophy to evaluate the kind of book I've written. It's not a journalistic work -- it's not an expose about the events and developments in the field. It's a true philosophy book: it uses thought experiments, thinking exercises, logic, examples, argument, etc., as its "proof." The goal of the book is clear thinking about the subject of originalism.
If anyone on this list is a good candidate to review a completely original work in philosophy of law -- someone who is a careful thinker and would actually take the patience to read the thing -- could you please email me privately? I'd like to have 2 or 3 names to give to publishers. Right now, when they ask for names, I just go,"duh."
(I've been hesitant to ask people who are in the book. E.g., I haven't asked Solum or Whittington because their views are a principal target of the book. Perhaps that impulse is wrong, though.)
Much thanks for any who reply in private.
Regards and thanks.
Dr. Sean Wilson, Esq.
Wright State University
Personal Website: http://seanwilson.org
SSRN papers: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=596860
Wittgenstein Discussion: http://seanwilson.org/wittgenstein.discussion.html
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