proceduralist

proceduralist

A physician, usually a specialist or subspecialist who performs diagnostic or therapeutic procedures
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If we move from the immediate question of university education, it seems to me, at a minimum, to be a very open question whether contemporary proceduralist accounts of law, for example, provide an adequate foundation for human justice.
But while Hart's Holmes lecture can justly be seen as exemplary of his broader contribution, Fuller's most original interventions in legal scholarship originated not so much in a philosophical view but rather in a broader cross-disciplinary interpretation of legal institutions and processes--a set of interests which justifies Summers' assessment of him as 'the greatest proceduralist in the history of legal theory.
This is an important departure from Kramer and Ackerman's value-neutral or proceduralist conceptions of public authority.
Some variations on 44," for example, is a proceduralist tour de force, systematically arranging lowercase "b"s (or perhaps "d"s) into a permutational grid:
We report a case of invasive Neisseria sicca/subflava meningitis after a spinal injection procedure during which a face mask was not worn by the proceduralist.
I ultimately believe we can still express proceduralist preferences for decentralized decision-making, regardless of the perspective adopted, based on observations about the value over time of such a structure.
This proceduralist orientation is evident in the mix of communications personnel in large ministries like Education and Environment as well, where two-thirds of communications staff work in divisions like Issues & Media Relations in Education and Strategic Communications in Environment.
good faith and meet minimal proceduralist standards of attention,
For a discussion of the role of arbitration within the DSB, see Yasuhei Taniguchi, The WTO Dispute Settlement as Seen by a Proceduralist, 42 CORNELL INT'L L.
One of the pleasures of reading the most thought-provoking proceduralist works is not dissimilar to that which can be derived from the traditional scansion of verse: the recognition of rules governing apparent diversity.
24) He might, in that case, be more sympathetic to proceduralist over substantive defenses of democracy.
Five sampling areas were chosen for their repeated contact with either the proceduralist or the patient.