proceduralist

proceduralist

A physician, usually a specialist or subspecialist who performs diagnostic or therapeutic procedures
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Mediation in Contemporary Chinese Civil Justice: A Proceduralist Diachronic Perspective
at 43 ("For the proceduralist in me, the most intriguing part of the Stern opinion is the Court's assertion that Article III courts are experts' at resolving state common law claims like the one at stake in the case.
Rather, proceduralist justifications (33) grounded in democratic discourse and autonomy have displaced epistemic rationales as the predominant explanations for free speech protection.
Patients suffering from VCFs are typically referred though either a primary care provider or specialist to an experienced proceduralist.
99) This approach draws on John Hart Ely's proceduralist account of judicial review in the United States, which sought, perhaps unsuccessfully," (100) to eschew judicial consideration of 'substantive values' better resolved by political debate in favour of a focus on the protection of the political process and the promotion of access to it.
As for the legislative branch, Congress contents itself with occasional proceduralist hand-wringing about executive oversight, but if it did intervene, the result might well be even looser restrictions on targeting.
3) For the proceduralist, reasons for action cannot motivate, and practical reason lacks the capacity, or is severely constrained in its capacity, to criticize our reasons for action, understood as what is instrumentally valuable to the attainment of our desires.
In the final part, we show how the substantial aspects of democracy are concealed in its very proceduralist and instrumentalist conceptions.
When I talked to Hernandez, he unsurprisingly had nice things to say about the fledgling revival of American clemency, and he was not persuaded by proceduralist carping that that clemency taints our legal system by introducing inconsistency.
Based on both sets of literature selected for this review, a number of consequentialist and proceduralist issues appear pertinent to priority setting process.
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.
This is an important departure from Kramer and Ackerman's value-neutral or proceduralist conceptions of public authority.