Law has been a major interest of the Western, and particularly the European, mind. Like physics it has provided a subject matter upon which many of the resources of the human intellect may be tested. It has yielded to many methods and, as a specialty with a circumscribed body of material, it has demanded the formulation of clear ideas so that interconnections are manifest and irrelevancies eliminated. Its great reward is the bestowal of the sense for style, which Whitehead has termed the ultimate morality of mind, and which is the product of specialization alone.
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